Theres always Mike Bennetts TrailMarks... http://trailmarks.com/
Not sure, if it's quite what you're looking for but thought I'd pass it
Cormac McGuinness wrote:
>> On Sat, Dec 16, 2000 at 03:37:38PM +0000, Paul Jakma wrote:
> > easiest of all would be if netscape could pull its bookmarks from
> > central place. Now i think it can do this with roaming profiles and
> > LDAP - but i don't think that'll work when one site is dial-up.
> > anyone have experiences of netscape roaming profile? how is it on
> > disconnected operation?
> Yeah, using Netscape Roaming profiles is pretty easy. I have been using
> it the whole time for the last 18 months, on several work computers (it
> doesnt matter which or whose computer I sit down at as I can start
> Netscape Communicator in "guest' mode) as well as dialing up from home.
> It works seamlessly between Windows and Linux too.
>> However, if you have a lot of bookmarks, address books and cookies that
> you want to keep with your roaming profile, then everytime you start communicator
> you might need to downlaod as much as 300-400kb.... Not too painful
> from home provided you have a 56k modem..
>> The only requirement is that you have a publicly accessible place to store
> your roaming profile and from which to retrieve it. This is easily
> setup on Linux running a recent apache server which has a roaming
> module. I use Debian Linux r2.2 and I know the apache that it distributes
> has an easy to follow Readme to help setit up...
>> If you make lots of new bookmarks etc between work and home, though, you
> should always remember to sync with the stored profile before leaving work
> and disconnecting from the internet at home....
>> Hope that helps somewhat
> > > kevin
> > --paulj
> > . and not even that at the moment thanks to fscking Eircom, who
> > decided that I've qualified for their "Giving you your Voice"
> > programme - ie wednesday night my line started giving a very loud
> > echo, which my modem doesn't really like. phoned them thursday, friday
> > - told everytime "we'll look at it straight away" and nothing. Bet ya
> > they still havn't fixed it by monday night.
> > Eircom... arrrgggg...
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