> I want to prepare a workstation with Linux of SuSe v7.3 and want to use it
> as a dedicated internet station for the public. So I'd like to start
> automaticly with for example Mozilla without being prompted with logging
> on to the network or station. I've tried to do this by adding mozilla in
> the /usr/lib/X11/xdm/Xsetup file. The webbrowser will start, but then i
> can not type in the URL, the keyboard is not accesible then. And when this
> is done can I then print to a printer connected to a windows computer with
> a shared printer.
i don't have a solution, but a warning: Mozilla (at least all versions i've
used) have a * bug which you may run into. If you start Mozilla while
offline, it cannot resolve domain names after you go online. The problem
appears to be that it looks, at startup, to see if you're online. If you
aren't then it decides it will never try to resolve domains. The only
workaround i know of is to restart mozilla after going online.
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