[clug] ssh vs. firefox
neerolyte at gmail.com
Sun Aug 23 05:09:09 MDT 2009
Firefox happily responds to -no-remote with one dash or two, the
problem is elsewhere, I'm fairly confident it's due to me running
clashing profiles (as in $HOME/.mozilla/firefox/<this part here
2009/8/23 Eyal Lebedinsky <eyal at eyal.emu.id.au>:
> The option is -no-remote (one dash) and it worked for me with the
> default profile. Thanks Rob.
> David Schoen wrote:
>> Just adding --no-remote didn't work for me which I think has something
>> to do with my using Unison to sync profiles between machines.
>> If I use a profile in Firefox other than the one already running
>> locally it does work:
>> $ firefox -P dev --no-remote
>> (my normal profile is called "default")
>> I think if the gibberish in front of "default" on your profile differs
>> between boxes what's on that wiki makes sense, otherwise you'll have
>> to create some extra profiles.
>> 2009/8/23 Robert Brockway <robert at timetraveller.org>:
>>> On Sat, 22 Aug 2009, Eyal Lebedinsky wrote:
>>>> I am on my workstation (f9). I ssh to my main server (f11).
>>>> I launch firefox from ssh command line and surely it opens a
>>>> window. But it is in fact another window of the workstation
>>>> firefox (so it runs on my ws).
>>> Hi Eyal. �I've long felt this is completely braindead behaviour by
>>> �I cover it and how to make FF work rationally here:
>>> I tried to change the world but they had a no-return policy
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