From:  Ant <philpi@apu.eduANT>
Date:  10 Aug 2003 11:52:29 Hong Kong Time
Newsgroup:  news.mozilla.org/netscape.public.mozilla.platform
Subject:  

Re: Mozilla and dual boot Win98 and Linux

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On 8/8/2003 9:45 PM PT, David Miller wrote:

> I don't know if I have the correct news group or not?
> 
> I have a dual boot system that has both win98 and linux.  I run Mozilla 
> on both platforms for mail and browsing.  Under normal circumstances 
> each platform his its own places to store mail and mail folders as well 
> as where it stores bookmarks and the address book.
> 
> Being that Linux can read and write fat32, I was able to go into the 
> mail configuration on the linux side and tell it to look for the mail 
> and mail folders on the windows partition.  This means that when I acess 
> mail from the windows side all is normal and when I acess mail from the 
> linux side it looks at the same files that the windows side does so I 
> see the same mail. It seems to work at this point.  In the mail and 
> newsgroup account settings is a place to put the path to each of these.
> 
> What I can't find is a place to correct the path for the bookmarks or 
> the address book. If I could do that I would be able to see the same 
> address book and the same bookmarks regardless of which platform I 
> booted. Can anyone tell me if I can do this?

In Windows, prefs.js is where the settings are. Under Linux 
(.mozilla/...), it is the same I believe. They're both under Profile.
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