[debian-knoppix] Problem with starting up mozilla :(
Sorry for double-posting this. But this is really a new thread rather
than an answer to Ambrose :) My fault :/
I am having a problem with Knoppix 3.2 and Mozilla (maybe just with the
latter, but I suppose it might have something to do with Knoppix as
I would like to start Moz. in Fullscreen without the sidebar and a
predefined startup page (which is served by the Knoppix-Apache). I have
modified the appropriate parts in /etc/X11/Xsession.d/45xsession as
# Start Mozilla in Fullscreen with defined startup-page.
cat >> $HOME/Desktop/KNOPPIX.desktop <<EOF
# None of the following work to the effect of starting up mozilla in
# Exec=mozilla -k $INDEXFILE
# Exec=mozilla -width 1024 -height 768 $INDEXFILE
ln $HOME/Desktop/KNOPPIX.desktop $HOME/.kde/Autostart/showindex.desktop
Hmm. What's the deal? When I enter the above commands in a shell
everything works as expected. What else do I have to change? Also, when
Mozilla starts, it displays the sidebar (which I don't want). I can't
see any way of stopping this. Something along the lines of
for i in `locate mozilla` ; do grep -i sidebar $i; done
gives only the chrome-definitions for the sidebar-style and content, but
nothing where I can disable the sidebar altogether.
I did a massive extent of googling, but unfortunately to no avail.
Anybody here who has already solved this problem or any hints to point
me in the right direction? Thanks a lot for your help!
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