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KGet integration for Mozilla and Firefox

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KGet integration for Mozilla and Firefox
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KGet integration for Mozilla and Firefox
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  6863
Submitted:  Sep 7 2004
Updated:  Sep 8 2004

Description:

"KGet integration for Mozilla and Firefox" allows you to download your files using KGet from inside Mozilla and/or Firefox. It consists of a shell-script that detects if you're using Mozilla or Firefox and patches your installation. No recompiling is necessary.

It has been tested with Mozilla 1.7.2 and Firefox 0.9.3. Other versions of Mozilla should work but are untested. Firefox versions older than 0.9 won't probably work, but newer ones should.


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HOW TO INSTALL
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- Download the shell-script (7Kb)
- Open Konqueror and browse to the directory where you have downloaded it
- Right-click the file and select "Properties"
- In the opened window, click the "Permissions" tab and activate the "is runnable" checkbox, then click OK.
- Press F4 or click Tools - Open terminal
- Type:
./kget4mozilla-0.2.sh /directory/where/you/installed/mozilla

- If you don't have write permissions, the script will automatically prompt you to enter the root password.

- If you're using Mozilla, open it and click Edit - Preferences. Then select Navigator - Downloads. In the right panel, make sure you choose "Open the download manager". In Firefox there isn't a similar option so you will always use KGet and there's no way to disable it.


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HOW TO USE
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- When you right-click a link and select "Save link target as..." or shift+click it, KGet will open asking you to choose the place where you want to save the file.
- You may use Tools - Download Manager ("Downloads" in Firefox) to open KGet and/or focus on it.


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TO DO
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- When you click a link and the application chooser opens, you can't save the file with KGet yet. This seems hard to implement without breaking something, but I'll try to do it.




Changelog:

0.2: Added support for Firefox.
0.1: First release




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 error in script

 
 by amar611 on: May 4 2006
 
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when I run the script. following is the output. I am running suse 10. Please help

linux:~ # cp /home/amar/Desktop/kget4mozilla-0.2.sh /usr/lib/firefox/
linux:~ # cd /usr/lib/firefox/
linux:/usr/lib/firefox # ls
. chrome firefox-bin kget4mozilla-0.2.sh libsmime3.so libxpcom.so mozilla-xremote-client searchplugins
.. components firefox.sh libmozjs.so libsoftokn3.chk libxpcom_compat.so plugins updater
add-plugins.sh defaults greprefs libnss3.so libsoftokn3.so libxpcom_core.so res updater.ini
browserconfig.properties extensions icons libnssckbi.so libssl3.so libxpistub.so run-mozilla.sh xpicleanup
linux:/usr/lib/firefox # ./kget4mozilla-0.2.sh .
KGet integration for Mozilla and Firefox 0.2, by Victor Fernandez
Mozillux project - http://www.polinux.upv.es/mozilla

Restoring the backup of ./chrome/browser.jar (backup file retained)
Extracting into /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2
Patching content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js
cat: /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2/content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js: No such file or directory
grep: /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2/content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js: No such file or directory
head: /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2/content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js: invalid number of lines
expr: non-numeric argument
tail: /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2/content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js: invalid number of lines
Patching content/browser/browser.js
Repackaging ./chrome/browser.jar
zip I/O error: No such file or directory

zip error: Could not create output file (./chrome/browser.jar)
/usr/lib/firefox
Deleting temporary files in /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2
Done

Don't forget to visit the Mozillux website. Enjoy!


Amar
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 error in script

 
 by anonymous on: May 4 2006
 
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when I run the script. following is the output. I am running suse 10. Please help

linux:~ # cp /home/amar/Desktop/kget4mozilla-0.2.sh /usr/lib/firefox/
linux:~ # cd /usr/lib/firefox/
linux:/usr/lib/firefox # ls
. chrome firefox-bin kget4mozilla-0.2.sh libsmime3.so libxpcom.so mozilla-xremote-client searchplugins
.. components firefox.sh libmozjs.so libsoftokn3.chk libxpcom_compat.so plugins updater
add-plugins.sh defaults greprefs libnss3.so libsoftokn3.so libxpcom_core.so res updater.ini
browserconfig.properties extensions icons libnssckbi.so libssl3.so libxpistub.so run-mozilla.sh xpicleanup
linux:/usr/lib/firefox # ./kget4mozilla-0.2.sh .
KGet integration for Mozilla and Firefox 0.2, by Victor Fernandez
Mozillux project - http://www.polinux.upv.es/mozilla

Restoring the backup of ./chrome/browser.jar (backup file retained)
Extracting into /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2
Patching content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js
cat: /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2/content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js: No such file or directory
grep: /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2/content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js: No such file or directory
head: /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2/content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js: invalid number of lines
expr: non-numeric argument
tail: /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2/content/browser/contentAreaUtils.js: invalid number of lines
Patching content/browser/browser.js
Repackaging ./chrome/browser.jar
zip I/O error: No such file or directory

zip error: Could not create output file (./chrome/browser.jar)
/usr/lib/firefox
Deleting temporary files in /tmp/kget4mozilla-0.2
Done

Don't forget to visit the Mozillux website. Enjoy!


Amar
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 What's a matter!!!

 
 by redred on: Jan 28 2008
 
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Hy,

I want to use the script but it says the following when i've tried to download it:
You don't have permission to access /mozilla/improvements/kget4mozilla/kget4mozilla-0.2.sh on this server.

Thanks red


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 Re: What's a matter!!!

 
 by MiTcX on: Nov 1 2008
 
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yes... is there any backup somewhere ?


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