Re: changing proxy settings of konqueror in a shell script
Am Donnerstag, 13. Mai 2004 15:26 schrieb Adeodato Simó:
> * Tobias Kraus [Thu, 13 May 2004 14:49:20 +0200]:
> > not change). This can be achieved by changing the ProxyType
> > setting (from 0 to 2 and vice versa) in
> > ~/.kde/share/config/kioslaverc:
> Just in case:
> $ sed -ie 's/ProxyType=0/ProxyType=2/'
I didn't care about this yet - but I knew it wouldn't be difficult ;-)
> > I have to tell konqueror to re-read kioslaverc. For this, I
> > wanted to use dcop, but I couldn't find the correct function to
> > call in kdcop - if there is one.
> I know pretty little about KDE internals but:
> 1. Have you tried what happens if you edit the file by hand? I
> know KDE monitors changes in files under ~/.kde, so perhaps it
> would detect the changes automagically. If not, what happens if you
> restart konqueror?
I wanted the changes to take effect immediately - I use laptop-net to
configure my network interface automatically when my laptop is
plugged in. After reconfiguring my interface, the proxy settings
should be changed automatically without any user interaction...
> 2. If the above doesn't work, you can try `dcop kded
> kbuildsycoca recreate`. I'm not sure what this does exactly, but
> kbuildsycoca is KDE's cache or sth. like that, so it may be worth
no, didn't work, but thank you!
> hth someway.
> Adeodato Simó
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