__/ [J.O. Aho] on Wednesday 21 December 2005 22:44 \__
> Nitewolf wrote:
>> i tried to use nautilus to delete on the 'lost' file in the directory
>> but when i clicked on it, nautilus crashes. i had observed that 'lost' was
>> actually a broken link
> don't be so microsoft influenced, be more *nix and open your xterm and use
> rm to remove the file.
Abstraction is not a bad thing. I am not too fond of nautilus, but to each
I regularly have to kill Firefox. I habitually forget to close Firefox and
then SSH to the same computer from outside (while Firefox continues to run
on the wrong computer). I need to finish the session and I am thankful to
Firefox for preventing me from doing so, or else inconsistencies, fragmen-
tation or multiplicity arises.
I find that the fastest way to achieve this in KDE is to press CTRL+ESCAPE
and end Firefox. From GNOME/Ubuntu (another machine I SSH from), I use
'top' or 'ps -aux'. After a while you get used to it: either killing Fire-
fox or simply remembering to close Firefox before locking a session and
leaving the workstation.
Hope it helps,
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