[clug] remoting Mozilla over X
pbarker at barker.dropbear.id.au
Tue Feb 15 11:04:38 GMT 2005
On Tue, 15 Feb 2005, Tony and Robyn Lewis wrote:
> If I ssh into a box, with X forwarding, and try to remote back a mozilla
> browser, it seems to launch one from the local machine. I've had it
> happen on Debian testing (as of now) and RH9.
> Don't know why, don't know how, don't know if deliberate. Any clues?
Yes. Very clever, but I find it quite annoying :)
/usr/bin/mozilla is a shell script. It works out if there is a mozilla
running (seems to do so with some X magic...), and if it finds one, will
open a new window from that running mozilla.
I invoke , "/usr/lib/mozilla/mozilla-bin" to open a /new/ copy of
> Tony and Robyn Lewis <beakysnugger at yahoo.co.uk>
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Thu Jan 8 12:27:35 2004 nigelw - Comments added
[pbarker - Wed Jan 7 18:23:13 2004]:
> You are in a maze of twisty semantics. You have: a hammer.
You miss the semantic. \The semantic hits you. \You are permenantly confused.
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