With reference to this post, I decided to write my first Greasemonkey script. I don’t subscribe to cable TV, so I get my sports news fix mostly by reading. Now that the NBA playoffs are in progress, I use NBA.com on a daily basis to read recaps like this one. I’m upset enough that the […]Read More NBA game recaps, not game info!
I found this link useful. It helped me to get Java running in Firefox. The instructions are a bit outdated, so I thought to repost. First we need Java installed: apt-get install sun-java6-plugin We go to the Firefox “plugins” folder, and rename for the existing (not working!) plugin with a .bak extension, and then create […]Read More Java plugin (Firefox) on MEPIS
Would you believe it? This is the first time I’m using Firefox 2 on a Linux distro. My previous attempts (in FC6) to use the binary, just untar and gunzip to /usr/local/firefox failed as there was some library missing, can’t remember the error now when I ran: $ /usr/local/firefox/firefox MEPIS however was nice. It worked […]Read More Firefox 2 on SimplyMEPIS 6.0