Open a new file in a text editor such as Notepad. Give it a suitable name with .src as the extension. Since I am going to use this for searching ldap (directory) of my intranet, I call it peoplesearch.src. Save it in the folder C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\searchplugins\.
The content of the file should be as following:
<search version = "7.1"
<input name="name" user />
Here, search.cgi uses (or gets) the name to seach through the variable name from the user. So, we use input name as “name” for query.
1. Log on as Administrator,
2. Click Start, and then click Run,
3. Type Regedit and OK,
4. Double click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,
5. Double click SOFTWARE,
6. Double click Microsoft,
7. Double click Command Processor,
8. In the right pane of Regedit, double click the ‘CompletionChar’ DWORD value,
9. Type 9 click OK,
10. Close Regedit,
11. Click start/programs/accessories/command prompt,
12. Type ‘cd d’ and hit the Tab key: the first folder that matches the ‘d’ letter is displayed (you can switch from folders pushing several times the Tab key).
Setting up additional Yum repositories for Fedora Core 4 is the same as mentioned here. At the time of writing this article, livna was not hosting the Core 4 files and I kept getting 404 errors.
Yay ! Just completed downloading Fedora Core 4. Will install it and test it out today 🙂