Sending HTML to konqueror from the command line (via a named pipe)
rhkramer at gmail.com
Wed Nov 22 01:24:01 GMT 2006
With the help of some posters over on the lvlug list (lvlug at thelinuxlink.net),
I've been able to send some HTML to firefox and lynx from the command line,
via a named pipe, iiuc.)
I can't get the same thing to work for konqueror. Any hints? (I've tried
quite a few ways of invoking konqueror and variations on the URL.)
Here's what works in lynx and firefox:
[rhk at s14 rhk]$ mkfifo foo.html
[rhk at s14 rhk]$ echo "<HTML><HEAD></HEAD><BODY>TEST</BODY></HTML>" > foo.html
Then, in firefox, browse to file:///rhk/foo.html, or start firefox (or lynx)
mozilla-firefox file:///rhk/foo.html &
Tried the same thing, and quite a few variations, with konqueror and none of
(The following is just a partial list of some of the variations--I've mixed
and matched, varied the number of slashes, added my host name, my fully
qualified host name, tried localhost...
* kfmclient openProfile webbrowsing /rhk/foo.html
* konqueror http:///rhk/foo.html
* dcop konqueror-21622 konqueror-mainwindow#1 newTab file:///rhk/foo.html
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