Vid a crit:
Install the SP1 (sorry: bad joke :-p).Quote:> If I make Mozilla the default browser in KDE, it never works when I click
> links in emails (in Kmail) and other places... it seems almost like
> Konqueror is the only thing that works with KDE as it should. How do I
> make Mozilla behave properly under KDE?
An be sure that the mozilla entry is using the %u parameter, otherwise
it will get passed a temporary file containing the requested page.
Student at Graz University of Technology
In Red Hat 7.1 running GNOME, I decided to remove Netscape and use
Mozilla as the default browser. Of course, removing Netscape leaves
your HTML files in Midnight Commander and on your desktop kind of
orphaned - double clicking one results in nothing happening.
No problem, just change the text/html mime type in Control Center to
point to /usr/bin/mozilla, right? Wrong!
The default entry is "gnome-moz-remote file:%f", whatever the hell that
means - must be related to netscape somehow. After trying several
entries with no luck, I finally found the following on Google Groups:
gnome-moz-remote && /usr/bin/mozilla file:%f
Voila! It works. Anybody know why this works, or a better way to do it?