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Posted on 2004-04-29
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When I log on using gnome, and I open the browser, I got hundreds and hundreds of windows opening up.

How can I stop all these multiple windows, or/and how can I delete this session.

My browser name seems to say galeon.
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Look in .gnome and its subdirectories for files called session and delete them.
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Sorry, I should have said .gnome in your home directory.
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Try deleting $HOME/.galeon/session_saved.xml.
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