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Old 06-14-2005, 02:42 PM   #1
Askholia
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Kget fails to load kfmclient.



I think I went a bit too far when I tried changed the html documents to load up with Konqueror. The next thing I know, when I download something, open an individual window, and click 'open destination' it gives off the following message:

"could not launch the browser
could not find kfmclient"

Can anyone suggest which filetype association I have to change to correct this? Better yet, if there's a way to reset this to the default setting, it'd be even more helpful. Thanks.

[although I dont think its relevant to the distro, I'll still mention that I am running Fedora Core 3, with KDE 3.4]

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