New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby SRWare » Mon Aug 13, 2012 10:02 pm

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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby Azrael5 » Tue Aug 14, 2012 12:01 pm

to set Srware Iron as the default web browser:

    by terminal install exo utils: apt-get install exo-utils;
    then type: exo-preferred-applications;
    choose other in the choosing browser area;
    indicate this position: /usr/share/iron/iron.
To make Ubuntu software Center able tio manage link of software it lists:

    create into main folder (your name or pc name you have set) the following folder: http://www.srware.net
    copy into it iron file from /usr/share/iron/;
    (eventually) reboot.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby Azrael5 » Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:00 pm

in the previous message the folder to create must to have this name: "www.srware.net".
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby Azrael5 » Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:16 pm

Right protocol:
Azrael5 wrote:to set Srware Iron as the default web browser:

    by terminal install exo utils: apt-get install exo-utils;
    then type: exo-preferred-applications;
    choose other in the choosing browser area;
    indicate this position: /usr/share/iron/iron.
To make Ubuntu software Center able tio manage link of software it lists:

    create into main folder (your name or pc name you have set) the following folder: "www.srware.net" without quote
    copy into it iron file from /usr/share/iron/;
    (eventually) reboot.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby bigjackmcbastard » Wed Aug 15, 2012 5:35 am

I want to use Iron with and without addons in Ubuntu 12.04. I like hoverzoom, lastpass, and a few other extensions. But sometimes I want to run an instance of Iron with no addons. Is there a switch that disables extensions so I can create a separate launcher? I mean something other than incognito mode.

Thank you. Love this software! :ironvschrome
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby DDZ57 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:49 pm

Azrael5 wrote:to set Srware Iron as the default web browser:

by terminal install exo utils: apt-get install exo-utils;
then type: exo-preferred-applications;
choose other in the choosing browser area;
indicate this position: /usr/share/iron/iron.



exo-utils is for XFCE users. For others Desktop Environnments, use its own utility. For example with LXDE, it is :

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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby mapx » Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:57 pm

bigjackmcbastard

try this flag

--disable-extensions
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby sean.n.bean » Thu Aug 16, 2012 8:54 pm

bksening wrote:The general answer, to keep your privacy secure, you canNOT install any extensions at all; you have no idea what an extension is doing unless you read through all the extension source code and verify it yourself. The whole point of the message (the extensions can access your data ...) is because there IS VERY serious danger.

Bottom line - extensions are ALWAYS a potential threat to anyone's privacy.


that's what i expected the true answer would be, honesty is appreciated... so thus far not using any addons... i really miss fbpurity though... :cry:
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