Since time immemorial I copy over onto every new system:
maybe set the homepage to a local file instead of an Internet site?
Ron Johnson wrote:
On 09/04/08 12:36, Johannes Wiedersich wrote:
On 2008-09-04 19:10, Ron Johnson wrote:
It doesn't carry over?
On 09/04/08 12:03, Johannes Wiedersich wrote:
OP asked for an option *before* the start. The File menue is only
On 2008-09-04 16:36, Patrick Wiseman wrote:
Iceweasel takes forever (minutes :) to start when I have no
On my lenny, I get a tick box option for offline start, if I start
immediate Internet connection. That's very annoying, because, at
my place of work, I can't have an Internet connection until I've
logged in through a web page. There doesn't seem to be an option
to start Iceweasel off line. This is a recent change in its
behavior. Any thoughts? (I'm very tempted just to go with the
latest Firefox, and bypass the whole Iceweasel thing entirely,
but I prefer to use Debian packaging where possible.)
by $ iceweasel -ProfileManager
(as has always been the case since ... I don't remember when.
available after start.
-ProfileManager presents a little box before the start of the main
which I got from Debian someplace, sometime. Which I modified to show what system is booting, but avoiding the network + set as homepage.
You want that?
That sounds as if it could be very useful, although I'm thinking that my problem has to do with the fact that I always have tabs open on start up. I don't want to forego that functionality if it can be helped. I'm thinking a script of some kind that would get me logged in, and so on the 'net, before Iceweasel starts up.
Thanks to all for the words of wisdom and advice.