mozptch Utility Helps System Administrators Configure and Maintain Mozilla Installations

Tuesday May 4th, 2004

Detlef Oertel wrote in to tell us about mozptch, an automatic configuration utility for Mozilla. Designed for maintaining large numbers of Mozilla installations, mozptch allows system administrators to specify details such as where profiles are stored, set arbitary preferences and configure helper applications. It currently only runs in Windows but a Linux version is planned.

#7 Re: Making changes manually

by PC1

Sunday May 16th, 2004 8:17 AM

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After several attempts, I was able to find the reason for not clearing the cookies on restart. Apparently, the cookperm.txt file had the cookies allowed for some sites (as yahoo, hotmail, etc...). After I updated my cookperm.txt file and had only blocked sites in it (used sites from my hosts file and sites added by spywareblaster ending up with a total of "1587" blocked sites), the cookie behaviour went back to normal; the cookies are now being thrown out on exit.