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Import firefox settings into Linux?

Heeter

Overclocked Like A Mother
#1
Hi guys,

I am using, for the first time, Ubuntu Linux. I would like to know if I can import my firefox/thunderbird settings from my XP machine into this machine.

This is actually my first time using Linux all together.

Where can I put those settings folders that I will copy from the Application Data folder from my XP box?

Thanks in advance.

Heeter
 

j79zlr

Glaanies script monkey
Political User
#6
I wouldn't just copy the files, you can use the bookmarks.html file for your bookmarks, but just configure Firefox again, it would take less time.
 
#7
j79zlr said:
I wouldn't just copy the files, you can use the bookmarks.html file for your bookmarks, but just configure Firefox again, it would take less time.
I would like to note this is the method I usually go with when moving between operating systems
 

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