I really should know better here, but then I've only been at this Linux game for a couple of weeks now.
How do I set up Firefox to start at a command? What I need to know is:
- How to get Linux to associate a shell command with an executable file (a specific shell script in this case)
- How to pass Firefox a URL as an argument so that it starts up in a specific webpage.
If I've used any incorrect terminology (eg. is a shell script technically executable?) please let me know, too - I don't want to en-silly myself in future
EDIT: Oh yeah, does KDE (in SuSE Personal 9.1, if it makes any difference) have a 'default browser setting'? I know it seems to favour Konqueror at the moment, but I thought I saw a box somewhere to choose your favourite browser. I can't seem to find it again, though. Does it really exist? Was it just a figment of my overworked imagination? If not, where can I find it?