Install Sqlite And Query Firefox Log Files Using SQL

September 10, 2014

Firefox saves a lot of log information in RDBMS files that can be queried in sqlite, using standard SQL commands.

SQLite3

SQLite3

 

To query the files, you have to have the right version of sqlite. Turns out that an old version was installed with my Redhat Linux 6.4 installation and I had to upgrade it in order to see the data. Here is how you can install the software and query the logs.

 

When I ran sample sqlite queries I found on the web, I got lots of errors:

sqlite3 ./cookies.sqlite 'select count() from moz_cookies'
Error: file is encrypted or is not a database


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Firefox, Oracle Apps, Java plugins, on 64 Bit Redhat 5.5

January 20, 2012

When using Firefox on Linux, have you ever got the aggravating message concerning oaj2se.exe, or NPX_PLUGIN_PATH? Here is the solution.

From what I have read, on Linux, using the Firefox browser for Oracle Forms is not certified. At least it wasn’t in the past. Bizarre.

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Symptom:

On Redhat Linux, you try working with an app such as Oracle Apps, and navigate to where the software takes you. But you suddenly get the error message:

In order to access this application, you must install the J2SE Plugin version 1.6.0_07 on your client and NPX_PLUGIN_PATH environment variable is set before starting Netscape. To install this plugin, click here to download the oaj2se.exe executable. Once the download is complete, double-click the oaj2se.exe file to install the plugin. You will be prompted to restart your browser when the installation is complete.

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The problem is, oaj2se.exe is an executable that only works on Windows.
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