SiMoNsAyS

Guide: Mozilla Firefox Unattended

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quick question, i'm using the default profile method that asta mentioned and how would i apply tweaks from flexbeta firetweaker on the default profile?

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pretty easy.. if u download the lastest Firefox that simon uploaded a few days ago.

u will find in your start menu a shortcut called default profile.

all u need to do is lanuch the default profile add the tweaks from

flexbeta

then just follow the steps to sfx your default profile

good luck

@simon how do i integrate the dsl tweak?

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DSL tweak, in your default profile folder put a file called, user.js and reuopdate your self extracting profile.

Or What I do is install the chrome extension (brillant extension imo) and add it to the user.js tab thier, then update your user profile.

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Hey Simon.. just noticed you updated the thread yesterday... whatd I miss? :unsure:

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Hey Simon.. just noticed you updated the thread yesterday... whatd I miss? :unsure:

you can see it in the post above, nothing important i just changed the code for installing themes from -install-global-extension to -install-global-theme (that works the same).

@Astalavista, nice ;)

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Ok...after reading 20 pages of this post here... here is what i can see

There is REBUILDED version of Firefox...

There is REBUILDED unatttended version of Firefox...

But havent found yet a way to just command line it like other app.

Is there any FirefoxInstaller.exe /qn

That just plain install it without some tweak that is not much usefull for corporative environment

What kind of installer is the original installer?

What are the switch for?

Thank you!

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As I said, I only use the official installer for now. and that one is available here. It's a MSI, so just use /QN or /QB switches as normal.

The rest of what you said, I didn't get. :/

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As I said, I only use the official installer for now. and that one is available here. It's a MSI, so just use /QN or /QB switches as normal.

The rest of what you said, I didn't get. :/

have u tested that /qn /qb :P

it does not work u did not read my post

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As I said, I only use the official installer for now. and that one is available here. It's a MSI, so just use /QN or /QB switches as normal.

The rest of what you said, I didn't get. :/

have u tested that /qn /qb :P

it does not work u did not read my post

/Qn works fine for me.... tried on my RIS unattended setup

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:huh

simon and totoymola and i tested it it does not work.

Posted by: Confused Amused Dec 28 2004, 02:51 AM
The msi definitely doesn't work.

Posted by: SiMoNsAyS Dec 28 2004, 06:41 AM
not sure, i'm curious too.
i think this is the first msi file i find that does not use those switches...

this was test last dec. so unless they updated it ... i will download it now

i just downloaded and used this...ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-trunk/

firefox-1.0+.en-US.win32.installer.msi /qb
ERROR
firefox-1.0+.en-US.win32.installer.msi /qN
nothing happens

pls make sure of your finding before u post pls edit your post

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