In order to run several Firefox-es with individual profiles simultaneously, the browser should be started with –no-remote option:
firefox -P prof-01 --no-remote&
firefox -P prof-02 --no-remote&
where prof-01, prof-02 are profile names
SunRay OSD Messages. Taken from the documentation here.
Probably your mc is compiled by Blastwave (CSW) and you are running Solaris 11. Try to download it from Ibiblio and compile it by yourself.
Recommended configure settings:
./configure --enable-extcharset --enable-charset --with-samba
UTF8 is still not supported, though.
Internet/Intranet Input Method (IIIM) is a distributed Input Method solution that provides Input support for Java & X11 clients via Internet/Intranet. The related documentation can be found here.
When I upgraded from snv_83a to snv_85 I lost the ability to switch layouts. This is what I discovered:
If you see something like:
┐⎽␤: ─: ┼⎺├ °⎺┤┼␍
│␊⎺┼# ├⎻┤├ ⎽±⎼
instead of normal ASCII text, run the following command (blindly)
See Part I
Beginning with wine 0.9.57 “-lsunmath” is needed. You can get the libsunmath library from blastwave, for example:
LIBS = -lsocket -lnsl -lintl -L/opt/csw/lib -lsunmath
This is the error you might get if the library is not specified in dlls/wined3d/Makefile:
- Explorer < 7.0 does not understand CSS “position: fixed” – Use Firefox! ;-)
- It’s a scratch pad after all!
- will fix it sooner or later when I have time ;-)
Since upgrading to s11b83a I noticed that gam_server processes eat significant amount of CPU cycles. So I decided to make some investigations.