[Bug 103428] Re: if a firefox download is opened in e.g. openoffice, it is saved to /tmp, then deleted by bootclean script
eddiemartinez at gmail.com
Sat Apr 7 07:30:34 UTC 2007
I believe the issue is that /tmp files are lost on reboot, which is why
they are in the /tmp file. This is more an issue of Firefox choosing to
save in /tmp (without using the save as and redirecting to a different
folder) than it is feisty or ubuntu. Iirc, it does the same thing in
other Os'. I think the package should be firefox. Alfonso you are right
that it is a feature, but I believe it is a bad one.
This should be firefox wishlist, in changing the redirect.
This could effect Ubuntu in terms how Ubuntu handles firefox files, but
I haven't hard of anything changing anytime soon.
This bug should be closed.
** Changed in: firefox (Ubuntu Feisty)
Sourcepackagename: None => firefox
if a firefox download is opened in e.g. openoffice, it is saved to /tmp, then deleted by bootclean script
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