Firefox offers a simple way to enhance the browsing experience. With a little bit of configuration, you can turn the URL bar into a simple command-line tool to search bug databases, Internet RFCs, and CVEs. This comes in handy when you have an ID for a bug, but you do not have a link to click through. For example, if you have a Red Hat Bugzilla ID, just type
rhbz <bugid> into Firefox’s search bar and Firefox will take you directly to that bug in Bugzilla.
In this article, after I show how to set up keyword-based bookmarks, I share a list of my shortcuts that I think will be handy for developers working with Red Hat products, projects, and communities.
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