Process forking on Konqueror
bastian at kde.org
Tue Aug 5 09:17:26 BST 2003
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On Monday 04 August 2003 06:43, Fanying Jen wrote:
> Hello, I have an annoying situation where a user using Konqueror as the
> file manager clicks on a document which launches an external viewer, say
> OpenOffice, and then proceeds to close Konqueror to get it out of the way.
> When Konqueror closes, it kills all of the child processes along with it
> including OpenOffice which is very annoying particularily if the user
> closes Konqueror without realizing while working on a large spreadsheet
> for a few hours. In some cases, it causes file corruption as the file is
> not closed (saved) gracefully or OpenOffice is killed while saving. Is
> there any way possible to make processes launched from Konqueror be fully
> bonifide processes so closing Konqueror will have no effect on the
> launched application?
That's nasty indeed. Will look into it.
bastian at kde.org -=|[ SuSE, The Linux Desktop Experts ]|=- bastian at suse.com
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