kmail - web browser - security - off?
Brian T. Schellenberger
bts at babbleon.org
Fri Sep 13 13:25:35 BST 2002
Well, don't I feel stupid. I just sort of "assumed" that if I hit
cancel it would refuse to bring up the browser.
It's still silly but a lot less bothersome.
On Thursday 12 September 2002 10:00 pm, Paul Bryan wrote:
| I have mozilla %u in my setup. Whenever the remote site wants to set
| a cookie I get prompted by kde and then also by mozilla. I just click
| the close button on the kde prompt and pretend it never happened.
| It'd be nice if I didn't have to do this though...
| On Thursday 12 September 2002 17:56, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
| > Brian T. Schellenberger wrote:
| > > When kmail is about to bring up a web browser, it first checks to
| > > see if
| > > 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
| > password.
| > 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.
| > Regards,
| > Ingo
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