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    Default Re: Bluefish problem - libpcre.pc

    Quote Originally Posted by tommyttt
    Going back to my original post, I see I didn't explain what I'm trying
    to do.

    I use Firefox on several computers, both linux and winblows. I want to
    be able to copy "parts" of the bookmark file between systems without
    overwriting the existing bookmarks. I could copy the URLs into an email
    and then retreive it on the other machines, but I don't have email
    accounts on all machines. Besides that, I'm lazy, there has to be a
    simple way.

    Any suggestions?
    Hi
    Maybe save as an html on a USB device? Are all computers on the same
    network or multi boot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Maybe save as an html on a USB device? Are all computers on the same
    network or multi boot?
    <snip>
    The problem there is when importing to another computer, it overwrites the existing bookmark file, at least that's what happened when I tried it earlier.

    One computer is multiboot, the others either linux only or winblows only. They are not on the same network at the same time (wifes demand, sigh).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyttt
    malcolmlewis;2102053 Wrote:
    > Hi
    > Maybe save as an html on a USB device? Are all computers on the same
    > network or multi boot?
    > <snip>
    >


    The problem there is when importing to another computer, it overwrites
    the existing bookmark file, at least that's what happened when I tried
    it earlier.

    One computer is multiboot, the others either linux only or winblows
    only. They are not on the same network at the same time (wifes demand,
    sigh).

    Tom (retired penguin)
    linxt (at) comcast (dot) net
    Hi
    I munged your email (here and on the web), unless you like spam.....

    If your multi booting you can share the bookmarks via a common mozilla
    folder, if it's ext3, you can run the windows driver.

    Else you could just use the bookmark.html file and open that with
    firefox, no need to import. So you could have muliple files don't need
    to be called bookmark, just opened with firefox as a straight html file.

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    On Sat, 09 Jan 2010 04:56:03 GMT, tommyttt <tommyttt@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    >palladium;2100883 Wrote:
    >> > Searching the forums, I find several references to Bluefish, but
    >> > nothing about problems installing it.

    >>
    >> that is because it *is* in the repos!
    >> open YaST > Software Management > Search block, enter bluefish click
    >> click done done..
    >>
    >> if not something is BAD wrong with your YaST...what OS version and are
    >> KDE or Gnome or what!
    >>
    >> well, see here: 'Software.openSUSE.org'
    >> (http://software.opensuse.org/search)
    >> 1. type bluefish
    >> 2. spin the dial to your OS
    >> 3. reading top to bottom click the FIRST "1-Click Install" button you
    >> see (right side of center column....clean your glasses '44)
    >>
    >> BUT, you have FAR too many repos: trim them down to four enabled (you
    >> can have all you want listed, but only enable four unless you have a
    >> specific need....read which four and why in the *IMPORTANT* note here:
    >> 'NEW Users - openSuse Pre-install (general) PLEASE READ - openSUSE
    >> Forums' (http://tinyurl.com/yhf65pv)
    >>
    >>
    >> --
    >> palladium '46

    >
    >It is NOT in the normal repos: check out these pics:

    >
    >'[image: http://img.hostmyjpg.com/164726798_bluefish.jpeg[
    >/IMG]' (http://hostmyjpg.com)
    >
    >
    >'[IMG]http://img.hostmyjpg.com/897225688_bluefish1.jpeg
    >]' (http://hostmyjpg.com)
    >
    >Yes, I do have more repos enabled, but that is because I'm searching
    >for bluefish.
    >
    >Your sarcastic response is not appreciated!!!!


    Someone should have told you about webpin.

    It would promptly lead you here:

    http://packages.opensuse-community.o...o=openSUSE_112


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    palladium NNTP User

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    JosephKK wrote:

    > Someone should have told you about webpin.


    i did, see:

    >>> (http://software.opensuse.org/search)
    >>> 1. type bluefish
    >>> 2. spin the dial to your OS
    >>> 3. reading top to bottom click the FIRST "1-Click Install" button

    you see


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    JosephKK NNTP User

    Default Re: Bluefish problem - libpcre.pc

    On Sun, 17 Jan 2010 09:16:54 GMT, palladium <palladium@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >JosephKK wrote:
    >
    >> Someone should have told you about webpin.

    >
    >i did, see:
    >
    >>>> (http://software.opensuse.org/search)
    >>>> 1. type bluefish
    >>>> 2. spin the dial to your OS
    >>>> 3. reading top to bottom click the FIRST "1-Click Install" button

    >you see


    That build service is pretty neat as well. I notice it will build for
    several other label out of date distributions but not for Suse out of
    date versions. That is kind of strange.

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    palladium NNTP User

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    JosephKK wrote:
    > That build service is pretty neat as well. I notice it will build for
    > several other label out of date distributions but not for Suse out of
    > date versions. That is kind of strange.


    it is almost like Novell (who 'supports' the build service want to
    push us out of old versions....but, doesn't care if folks stay in
    Fedora ~5.x forever..

    hmmmm, i guess if i was worried about my bottom line i would want as
    many folks as possible struggling to squash *my* bugs, and wouldn't
    really care if Red Hat never found theirs..

    huh??

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