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Have you ever spent hours trying to run 2 instances of Firefox on Linux, using command-line arguments (like -ProfileManager) that *used* to work, but now simply open a window in the same Firefox process? If you did, this blog is for you... First of all, Mozilla-based products like Firefox use profiles. That feature is so useful that it deserves a blog of its own (no, I won´t reinvent the wheel...
on Feb 27, 2007