missing keyboard shortcut in mc [ UPDATE: kde related? ]
jtwdyp at ttlc.net
Thu Jan 1 20:30:40 UTC 2009
It would appear that on Dec 31, Ric Moore did say:
> I'll toss this in for your considerations. I kept having problems with
> Evolution allowing me to click on a url embedded within an email and it
> not being passed to Firefox. I beat my brains out using the setup for
> KDE, and sure enough, I had selected Firefox as my default application.
> Yes, this is using Kubunto 8.04 and KDE3x. But, what I found was that
> gnome was mixed in there, either during the install process or by some
> added application that drug gnome in with it. I found that gconf was
> more in charge of some processes than was KDE. Beats me, I'm am far from
> being a Guru of any sorts.
Well you may not be a guru Ric, But you thought of something I hadn't
considered. Especially since I do install gnucash there would be some
gnome components on my kubuntu systems.
> So, I called up gconf-editor and found all sorts of goodies that it
> would influence. I found html being directed to Konquerer. Funny that it
> never opened when I clicked on URLs. My point is that something like
> gconf may be at the heart of your problem. Once I edited it to Firefox,
> everything works. I haven't installed Intrepid yet, so I have NO CLUE if
> this applies. But, it may be something to examine. Good luck and Happy
> New Years! Ric
But it doesn't seam that gconf-editor is one of them. If I enter it in a
konsole (intrepid) I get:
-> The program 'gconf-editor' is currently not installed. You can install
-> it by typing:
-> sudo apt-get install gconf-editor
-> bash: gconf-editor: command not found
And when I poked around inside the directories ~/.gconf, & /etc/gconf
I couldn't find much stuff in there.
But I thank you for responding. You have at least helped me to
eliminate one possible source of the problem.
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