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Hello once again people,

At the moment i'm trying to make xxxterm work the way i want.

So these are the things i did;

1)created a .xxxterm.config file since there was not one after installing xxxterm.

Code:
sudo vi /home/sepuku/.xxxterm.conf
then i started adding lines to the file according to the manual of xxxterm:

Code:
home = http://google.com
Which worked fine so far,so good.

2)Cookies & javascript should be enable if the browser is on normal mode according to the man page.

so i added this line;

Code:
browser_mode = normal
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$ xxxterm                                                                      
xxxterm: invalid conf file entry: browser_mode=normal
I don't understand where's the mistake.Man page says The format of the file is <keyword> = <setting>

Note that i have tried separately the commands not all together.For example
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home = http://google.com

browser_mode = normal
etc.
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What version of xxxterm? ("about:about" will give you this info).

What version of OpenBSD?

Also, the default config file I've got on my system (xxxterm-1.425) says that "browser_mode" has to be the first entry in the config file...did you try moving it to the top?)
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What version of OpenBSD?
OpenBSD 4.9


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Also, the default config file I've got on my system (xxxterm-1.425) says that "browser_mode" has to be the first entry in the config file...did you try moving it to the top?)
I just tried it that way and i get the same error as shown above.

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"about:about" will give you this info
This won't work for me; i get "unable to load page".

edit: And i had installed xxxterm using pkg_add.
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pkg_info xxxterm will give you the xxxterm version, too.
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Aaaaaah yees.

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$ pkg_info xxxterm                                                             
Information for inst:xxxterm-1.226
1.226 should be the version then i guess.
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I don't think browser whitelisting was added until v1.3xx or v1.4xx. How about man xxxterm and search for browser_mode? What does that give you?
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I don't think browser whitelisting was added until v1.3xx or v1.4xx. How about man xxxterm and search for browser_mode? What does that give you?

Ahh yes,you are right.I was reading an online manual and not the actual man page that came with xxxterm.That was my big mistake.There is no browser_mode in my version.I must update.

Thank you very much for your help.

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no problem =)
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There is no browser_mode in my version.I must update.
Perhaps it was the wording chosen, but for OpenBSD 4.9-release, the only version of xxxtern available is version 1.226. Version 1.425 is only available for users of -current or OpenBSD 5.0 when it becomes available in November.
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Perhaps it was the wording chosen, but for OpenBSD 4.9-release, the only version of xxxtern available is version 1.226. Version 1.425 is only available for users of -current or OpenBSD 5.0 when it becomes available in November.
And that's why i'm studing right now how to update to -current.
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1.500 and 1.514? have both been released, but that happened after the ports tree was locked. They'll be available in current pretty soon, methinks.
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And that's why i'm studing right now how to update to -current.
The table found in Section 5.3.2 of the FAQ can be your real friend.

Also, be very aware of the implicit responsibility you will be taking on by moving to -current. Understanding Section 5.1 is very important.
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1.500 and 1.514? have both been released, but that happened after the ports tree was locked. They'll be available in current pretty soon, methinks.
Builds of selected ports usually become available every few weeks, however, I can only guess whether there will be another cycle prior to the release of 5.0.
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The table found in Section 5.3.2 of the FAQ can be your real friend.

Also, be very aware of the implicit responsibility you will be taking on by moving to -current. Understanding Section 5.1 is very important.
Thank you for pointing the right way to it ocicat.
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