Bug#393837: epiphany-extensions: Unable to edit or delete certificates
joss at debian.org
Sat Nov 15 13:45:25 UTC 2008
Le samedi 15 novembre 2008 à 13:30 +0000, Sam Morris a écrit :
> > Does it happen with a brand new user account?
> Indeed it does not. Ye gods. :)
> Looking at some of the obscurely named files in my profile, I see a lot
> of chrome URLs with suspicious names like
> 'chrome://pippki/content/editcerts.js' in XUL.mfasl.
Ah, this must be the thing.
> Ok, I just made a copy of my profile and launched a new epiphany with
> 'epiphany -p --profile=/tmp/testprofile' and could not reproduce the
> Then I restarted my regular copy of epiphany and the problem is now
> gone. I thought I restarted epiphany after upgrading epiphany-gecko, but
> maybe there was another window left open and minimised on another
> workspace that I didn't notice, preventing it from actually quitting
> when I closed its last window. :(
No, there is some fucking caching of SYSTEM FILES that remains even
after closing all windows.
I’m somehow reassured that this is “only” this issue…
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