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Old 08-27-2011, 09:25 AM   #1
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Question cmdlines for launching web browser / reading content?

I'm a linux sysadmin. Just getting into playing around with my Kindle 3 this last week. I've been using launchpad for all kinds of things and the next thing on my list is to figure out a way to launch the web browser and open specific content (e.g., some active-content like a notepad app, or a calendar).

I'm aware that this can be accomplished with emulated keystrokes, but I'm wondering if anyone has figured out any other way to interact with java interface from the command line. Holla!
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