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What do I need to copy in order to maintain my FireFox settings on a new install of Ubuntu?

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I've loaded a new drive with my OS of choice Ubuntu 10.10.  What files do I need to copy from the old drive, same OS, to maintain all of my FireFox bookmarks, add-on's, bookmarks tool bar, etc.  Thanks in advance.
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Awesome.  Thank you.
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Will this also copy my remembered passwords and form data?
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