Latest Firefox 3.6.6 - I don't like it...

Colin Law clanlaw at
Wed Jun 30 16:13:54 UTC 2010

On 30 June 2010 16:16, Basil Chupin <blchupin at> wrote:
> On 30/06/10 23:45, Tony Pursell wrote:
>> I s it just a Thunderbird problem?  For instance, open a terminal and
>> type in then right click it and select Open
>> Link.  What do you get?  If you get an error, check what you have in
>> System>  Preferences>  Preferred Applications.
>> Tony
> Thanks, Tony, but as I stated, the path to FF is correct. And when I do
> what you just suggested (although I think what you suggested is not
> quite right) I get an error, "No such file or directory" even though I
> can start FF from ALT-F2 using the correct path (/usr/bin/firefox -
> where FF is a symlink to where it actually resides).

Tony's suggestion (right click a link in terminal and select Open
Link) works fine for me.


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