syncing firefox bookmarks on linux and windows -- any ideas
I'm running FC3 and Windows 2000 on the same machine, and I use Firefox on both of them. Linux can see the windows partitions, but not the other way around.
It would be really nice to be able to copy the windows bookmarks over the linux ones before I start Firefox on linux, and vice versa at the end of a session. does anybody have any clever ideas to do this automajically? I could just put firefox into a script file, but since the dos partitions are owned by root, I have some small issues with copying the files back and forth. sudo is ok, but is there a better way?
uhhh.... one more thing....
ok, so I've got this little perl script to copy the bookmarks back and forth. but.....
If I log out, reboot, or shutdown the computer before explicitly quiitting firefox, the perl script never completes its mission, and the bookmarks don't get copied in the linux -> windows direction. is there any way to tweak the logout/reboot/shutdown sequence to ensure that the perlscript finishes its job? or to run a separate script that does the same thing?