xffm: command line args?
edscott wilson garcia
edscott at imp.mx
Mon Apr 21 22:23:14 CEST 2003
On Mon, 2003-04-21 at 08:20, Danny wrote:
> Am Mon, 2003-04-21 um 14.31 schrieb edscott wilson garcia:
> > El lun, 21-04-2003 a las 06:59, Danny escribiÃ³:
> > > Is it me or can you not use xffm like that anymore:
> > >
> > > xffm /mnt/data
> > >
> > > to "open" /mnt/data
> > >
> > > it "opens" my home dir no matter what now...
> > > (the title suggests that it got the /mnt/data, however)
> > It works fine here. XFFM_HOME is not redefined to /mnt/data so that
> > pressing the home button will take you elsewhere. To redefine XFFM_HOME,
> > use the xfce-mcs-manager. Make sure your xffm version is in sync with
> > CVS as some bugs related to XFFM_HOME were fixed some hours ago.
> Hmm, current cvs:
> XFFM_HOME="/mnt/data" xffm /mnt/data/
> -> opens my home directory, not /mnt/data.
I cannot seem to reproduce it. It might be due to a old xffm-mcs plugin
still running. Try restarting the xfce-mcs-manager.
> It also complains about not finding xffm.reg, if that means anything...
It just means that you have not clicked the "remember" box while opening
a file with an application.
> > Edscott
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