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aargh
Posted on: May 3 2004, 02:39 PM


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Thanks for the help.

The 'ps -c mozilla' didn't work.. However I tried 'ps -A | grep -name mozilla' which gave me one process that I then killed. One of the userprofiles still doesn't work (default user) however I can use the one I regularly use:-)
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aargh
Posted on: May 3 2004, 01:55 PM


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Hi. I have a bit of a newbie-problem.

My laptop ran out of memory while running linux. Ever since that the userprofile I was using in mozilla is 'busy'. So I can't use my bookmarks and such. I suspect there must be some kind of temporary file or mozilla-profile file that mozilla access on startup that I have to change.

Hope someone can help me out:-)
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aargh
Posted on: Apr 10 2004, 03:36 PM


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Hi. I am new to Linux. Maybe this is a trivial question but I hope someone will help me out.

I have installed Fedora Core on my home computer. I want to access it with my laptop (also running Fedora). I have used the 'rdesktop' to log in and control a windows computer. How do I connect to 'from linux to linux' seeing the desktop and how do I do it just seeing a terminal window?

Hope you can help me out:-)
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aargh
Posted on: Mar 1 2004, 07:09 AM


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Hi.

I use my laptop at home and at school. But the school use a proxyserver so I have to set it up the first time I use mozilla and each time I open a terminal window.

I figured this could be automated because the DNS is detected at startup and saved in /etc/resolv.conf.

So I tried writing a script something like this:

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#!bin/bash
DNS=grep -a stud /etc/resolv #If at school the string is 'search stud.but.auc.dk'

DNS_WITH_PROXY="search stud.but.auc.dk" #the DNS which requires a proxy

if [&DNS == &DNS_WITH_PROXY];
then export http_proxy #sets the proxyserver.
fi
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Well.. my problem is the condition in the if/then. How can I compare two values of variables and if equal -> then...?

Sorry.. I don't yet understand the way the script language works. I've looked in the tutorials without luck. Hope someone can help me out. Maybe even an easier way to solve the problem;-)
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