Re: mozilla 1.2 and commandline
(CC'd to the mozilla maintainer, Takuo Kitame, since I don't know if
he reads debian-user.)
John M Flinchbaugh wrote:
> i noticed that running `mozilla' a second time pops up the profile
> selector, but `mozilla-1.2.1' does the remote thing that just tells
> the currently running mozilla to just open a new window.
> can the mozilla script be made to behave like the mozilla-1.2.1 script?
I think you're onto something there. Why are there two scripts at all? And
why is there now an /etc/alternatives/mozilla entry that is not used by
anything, pointing to a non-existent /usr/bin/mozilla-1.2?
I suspect that it is supposed to be like this:
/usr/bin/mozilla: symlink to /etc/alternatives/mozilla
/etc/alternatives/mozilla: symlink to /usr/bin/mozilla-1.2.1
/usr/bin/mozilla-1.2.1: mozilla startup script
This seems like it would lead to correct behavior when you run mozilla.