Why starting firefox (from command line) in VM starts the firefox in the host machine and vice-versa?
I have a SLED 10 host machine and I am using a SLES 10 VM via ssh -X. When I start firefox in my VM using firefox & then it runs the firefox which is installed in the VM. So that's fine. ...
I am using a Red Hat virtual machine, accessible only remotely. However when I use the top command, one of the displayed processes taking up the most memory is firefox, located at ...
I have never noticed this behaviour before, and am a little confused as to what is happening. I have a local copy of firefox running, then ssh (ssh -X <url>) into a remote server and start a ...