I once suggested on bugzilla that there ought to be a
-never-ever-show-the-profile-manager option when starting
mozilla, but I don't think it went over very well.
Here is the (fairly active) bug, relating to mozilla
opening a new window when it is already running and
its icon is clicked again:

Not sure in what context you are seeing the unwanted
profile manager.

I have a bunch of X-terminals running from a FreeBSD
server, and when the (mostly windows-trained) users get
the profile manager they tend to panic. And even if
they don't panic, there is a somewhat tricky proxy
setup which needs to be set up if they try to make
a new profile. It never works. It would be very nice
to just disable profiles completely.

You might also want to try this question on the
freebsd-mozilla list.

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