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1.2       cocke       1: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
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                      3: <head>
1.1       david       4: <!-- MAIN CONTENT -->
1.2       cocke       5: </head>
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1.1       david       7: <h5 class="page-header"><a id="content" name="content">Installation</a></h5>
1.2       cocke       8: <p><br>
                      9: Eventually I hope to have an installer, but at this time, copy the
                     10: pmra.pl (or pmra.exe if you're using Windows) to a directory in your
                     11: path.&nbsp; You'll need to put a PMRAcfg.txt file in: <br>
                     12: Windows&nbsp; - c:\documents and settings\your user name\Application
                     13: Data<br>
                     14: Linux - your home directory.<br>
                     15: </p>
                     16: <p>Edit the sample pmracfg.txt file appropriately.&nbsp; <br>
                     17: </p>
                     18: <p>When you want to run Mozilla, execute pmra.&nbsp; It will download
                     19: your bookmarks.html file before Mozilla starts, execute Mozilla,
                     20: and&nbsp; then upload your bookmarks.html file after Mozilla exits.<br>
                     21: </p>
1.3     ! cocke      22: <p><a href="http://www.catherders.com/Notebook-Mike/pmra.html">The
        !            23: latest version of PMRA 0.8 beta is available here. </a><br>
        !            24: </p>
        !            25: <p>(In case you're wondering, I'm handling the distribution this way
        !            26: because I'm constantly debugging, adding to, and 'tweaking' the
        !            27: code...&nbsp; I want to make sure you get the most recent version of
        !            28: PMRA).<br>
        !            29: <br>
1.2       cocke      30: </p>
                     31: </body>
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