This morning I read about a problem with Firefox not loading webpages.
The fix is simple, but I was hoping to be able to script the settings change. The problem I run into is that the path to the file is something like: /Users/username/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/8r5zj5rx.default-release/prefs.js
I don't know what characters will be before ".default-release", so that makes scripting this harder. I'm exploring some ideas like having the script first run the "ls -l" command to list the contents of the Profiles folder, but I'm getting stuck on how to get around the random characters and get into the folder. Is there a way to do this using a wildcard of some kind? Once I'm past this folder, it should be simple to write a "false" value for the setting that needs to be changed if a user is having a problem.