How to set icecat as default browser when clicking links in thunderbird
On 01/10/2010 04:19, Ric Moore wrote:
> On Thu, 2010-09-30 at 19:31 +1000, Basil Chupin wrote:
>> On 30/09/2010 18:38, user1 wrote:
>>>> system>preferences>preferred Applications web browser = custom
>>>> Command = icecat %s
>>> That worked :-)
>>> Strange I have to use gnome for this setup, as I am using kde - that's
>>> why I always use ubuntu install cd and thereafter I install kde,
>> But why would you want to do this? Why not simply save some time and
>> just install Ubuntu with gnome?
>> If kubuntu needs Viagra to work then why not simply stay with the
>> testosterone-rich Ubuntu?
> The ONLY reason I keep KDE as my desktop is that I can move my mouse
> pointer to the edge of the screen and move into the adjoining
> desktop/screen, or whatever it's called, without having to use that cube
> thingie. (another brain cell just passed away, let's have a moment of
> silent meditation) But, I install Ubuntu first as kubuntu's schema
> whacks Pulse audio into a non-working state. Gnone, to me, builds a
> better installation. So, I install KDE later, as desktop I can chose to
> use. Ric
"But, I install Ubuntu first as kubuntu's schema
whacks Pulse audio into a non-working state. Gnone, to me, builds a
Dare you to state this in the Kubuntu list :-D .
"So where's the Cannes Film Festival being held this year?"
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