I had a python script running successfully. The .py script would open a headless browser(pyvirtualdisplay & xvfb) and perform a task and then close the browser. I had an issue with xvfb processes being left open after the script is run. After its run many times they would tend to accumulate. Periodically I would run a killall command through ssh shell to kill the stagnant xvfb processes.
I'm running an ics rom and was wondering if anyone happened to have the browser modified to have unlimited tabs. Currently it's at 8 tabs before you have to close some (I know I could just as easily close it, I just hate it when I'm surfing and click a link and I'm told I have reached my limit) and I've seen somewhere that it's just an easy edit somewhere within the apk.
I'm using Chrome 32 on Android and just can't figure out how to close all open tabs in one go. Is it possible that in 2014 a browser made by the OS developer lacks this basic feature? What have they been doing for the past 32 versions? Is this the 32nd beta of the browser?
Using my Facebook App and Android Stock Browser on JellyBean 4.1.2, and when I tap on a news story using the Facebook App that has a link on it and once it opens on my stock browser when I close the browser and then close Facebook app, then when I go to open the Stock browser it loads with the page that I had already closed via the Facebook App.
While I open Internet browser in LG L9 (4.1.2), I see counter of all open tabs.
1. Is there a way to close all of those tabs in one click (as I have for Chrome -> Right Click -> Close all tabs
2. How can I manage my mobile, that all links will be open in the same tab?