Mosaic*homeDocument: /afs/cs/user/mwm/www/home.html Mosaic*defaultWidth:800 Mosaic*defaultHeight:875 Mosaic*geometry: +0+0 Mosaic*PlainFont: -adobe-courier-medium-r-normal-*-14-*-*-*-*-*-iso8859-1 Mosaic*Font: -adobe-times-medium-r-normal-*-17-*-*-*-*-*-iso8859-1 Mosaic*background: LightCyan Mosaic*visitedAnchorColor: #b0b000000000 Mosaic*documentsMenuSpecfile: /afs/cs.cmu.edu/Web/documents.menu Mosaic*globalExtensionMap: /afs/cs/misc/mosaic/common/omega/lib/mime.types XTerm*charClass:33:48,35-43:48,45-47:48,58:48,61:48,63-64:48,126:48Making Changes If you make any changes to these resources, you'll have to quit XMosaic, load the changes into the X server (using
xrdb -merge ~/.Xdefaults), and restart XMosaic for them to take effect.
~/.mailcapfile defines the tools that will be used to display the data downloaded from the Net. On the IUS Suns you will probably want to use a .mailcap file like the one below.
images you should use
xv, but for almost any other format
xli is much faster. However, for URT images it's not clear
which program to use. To be consistent with other image formats you might
xli, but sometimes URT image files are really
animations, and then only
getx11 can display them. It's up to
you, if you prefer
xli then delete the line that begins
xli source is available)
Feel free to change this file to suit your needs, but be aware that
Mailcap files are parsed from top to bottom. So make sure you put any
generic patterns (e.g.,
image/*) after the list of
exceptions. Otherwise the exceptions will never match, and your special
viewers will not be used.
x-world/x-vrml; /IUS/sin_www/bin/vrweb-mesa %s application/pdf; /IUS/sin_www/bin/run-acrobat %s application/postscript; /usr/local/bin/gv %s application/x-dvi; /usr/local/bin/xdvi %s audio/basic; /usr/local/pkg/openwin3.0/bin/audiotool %s audio/*; /IUS/sin_www/bin/run-audio %s image/tiff; /usr/local/bin/xv %s image/x-urt; /usr/local/pkg/img_utils/bin/getx11 -m %s image/*; /usr/local/pkg/img_utils/bin/xli -quiet %s message/rfc822; xterm -e /usr/local/pkg/img_utils/bin/metamail %s video/x-gl; /usr/local/pkg/img_utils/bin/xviewgl %s video/mpeg; /usr/local/pkg/img_utils/bin/mpeg_play -quiet %s video/*; /usr/local/pkg/img_utils/bin/xanim %sSource code for those viewers without Web pages: our run-audio script uses sox to convert to .au format, getx11 is a small part of the Utah Raster Toolkit (look for urt- files), and xviewgl.
You won't need to quit
XMosaic, but you will have to select the
Reload Config Files choice from the
for these changes to take effect.
.mailcapentries. You might also like to read about Audio file formats and Movie file formats. See the CICA Web Server Info for many more useful tidbits.