kmail - web browser - security - off?
kloecker at kde.org
Thu Sep 12 08:56:37 BST 2002
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Brian T. Schellenberger wrote:
> When kmail is about to bring up a web browser, it first checks to see
> the URL needs a userid/password. If it then invokes konquerer, this
> is cool because it uses the combo to authenticate.
> But if it proceeds to bring up galeon it is *very* annoying because
> galeon is gonig to check the passwords itself right after kmail did.
> And I use galeon's password manager to remember some of my passwords,
> so I don't really want for kmail to be in charge of them.
> How can I get kmail to, when I click on the url *just* run my command
> for handling http: and *not* bother checking anything ahead of time?
This has nothing to do with KMail. All KMail does is pass the URL to
KRun. KRun then decides what to do with the URL.
I don't know whether it's possible to make KRun not ask for the
Just one thought: Does the commandline to start galeon in the file
associations for text/html contain a %u or a %f? The %u indicates that
the program can handle a URL and a %f indicates that the program can't
handle URLs itself. You should make sure that it contains a %u.
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