installing program in kubuntu
donn.ingle at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 08:18:25 UTC 2007
> Wait a minute. I said something wrong there. :D
> One of the main reasons it annoys me is because it's too stupid to
> firefox foo/bar.html
Weird - works 100% for me. Perhaps your 'firefox' is not calling the right
startup script or something?
Also, if FF is open and I do the above, I get a new tab.
> It doesn't even speak relative paths.
Well, I just tried:
(From a sub dir to test) and it works too.
Calm down Mike... Don't explode man. PROZAC! Nurse! Quickly Nurse!
> It was obviously never conceived for
> people who keep 10 Konsole tabs open and spend 40% of life at the command
> line. How lame.
> It's lame in myriad other ways too, but I use it for the pages that
> Konqueror doesn't want to render legibly with my non-default too-large
Which is kinda lame of Konqueror ... Just saying. <ducks>
> Lots and lots of pages--eg. my Google homepage--refuse to render if
> the minimum font size is set too high in Konqueror.
I gotta crank up the font sizes to 16 pointisherpixelwhatevers before I can
read an article. Man I hate those websites where everything looks like spider
> Konqueror is much better integrated into KDE though, and since I'm a
> jabbering, rabid KDE fanatic, integration is good.
Oh yeah. Konqy does fit the bill. I use it as the default for links in kmail
and desktop urls etc. I just find I do my heavy lifting in FF.
> It would never sell. Opinions are like... Oh, nevermind.
Opinions are like BackOrifice -- every Windows user has one, but they don't
> people either tend to think I'm funny or think I'm the world's biggest
I like ya well enough. You're the worlds biggest funny asshole :D <runs>
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