On 10/07/08 21:27, Oscar Nuņez wrote:
John Lindsay wrote:
I have just switched over to Debian. I like it a lot better than
openSuse and my wife likes it as well. In icedove, if i click on a url
it opens up the default web browser. I would much prefer it to open up
the Iceweasel browser which is my preferred browser. Where in icedove
can I change it to open iceweasel?
then set variables:
network.protocol-handler.app.http -> to value /usr/bin/iceweasel
network.protocol-handler.app.https -> to value /usr/bin/iceweasel
# update-alternatives --config x-www-browser
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
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On Wed,08.Oct.08, 01:21:01, andy baxter wrote:
> John Lindsay wrote:
>> I have just switched over to Debian. I like it a lot better than openSuse
>> and my wife likes it as well. In icedove, if i click on a url it opens up
>> the default web browser. I would much prefer it to open up the Iceweasel
>> browser which is my preferred browser. Where in icedove can I change it to
>> open iceweasel?
> You need to change the links in /etc/alternatives. The relevant ones are:
> and x-www-browser.1.gz (if you want the manual page to work)
> ask back if you don't know how to do this.
Those links should never be edited by hand. As root run
update-alternative --config x-www-browser
and you will be presented with a nice list to select your default
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.
I got a spam mail and the mail's body was:
The original contents of Body of Message have been replaced with
this message because of its ExceedinglyNested characteristics."
This might be from the spam itself, but once I received a reliable mail from someone I know, a Linux only user, sent me a packed application and the archive was replaced by a similar message. I wasn't sure if it was a joke from the sender, but apparently Icedove or any 64 Studio setting does this, without my permission.
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