[SATLUG] please help..how do I...?

Charles Mims chmims at gmail.com
Mon Sep 1 22:35:26 CDT 2008

My personal experience is that the problem is not Firefox but
NetworkManager.  In my case Firefox, Pidgin,
Evolution were all starting offline.  After NetworkManager is turned off,
everything seems to work fine.

My clumsy solution at this point is first start Firefox (that will start
NetworkManager) then
kill NetworkManager.  This can be done through the System Monitor.
System Tools>System Monitor.  Or by killing the process from the CLI.


On Mon, Sep 1, 2008 at 6:32 PM, Cheryl Holmes <cherylholmes72 at gmail.com>wrote:

> I rehooked up moms pc at her house but when I open Firefox, it keeps saying
> I'm offline and to change my browser settings (I guess to work online) but
> I
> can't seem to make it do that automatically...always work online when the
> browser's open.  Is there a sudo command or something I should do?  I do go
> into "file" work offline and click that everytime but it would be easier if
> she didn't have to do that all the time...
> Another page she normally read won't open either...I get this message
> "firefox prevented this page from autoreloading" and keeps flashing an
> "allow" button I have to keep clicking it on the allow button for it to
> keep
> trying to reload to open the page.  Is there a fix for this?  Is there
> something I can enter in "terminal" or some place else so it won't keep
> asking me to allow the page to be reloaded ...and so it will just keep
> trying on it's own?  Mom's using dialup again now...she has always had
> trouble getting this one site to open..but it opens just fine in my
> dsl...here's the site
> http://www.sheboyganpress.com/apps/pbcs.dll/frontpage
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