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Although Linux becomes more and more '(windows) user friendly', the command-line basics are good to know. But you could try the installation again from the GUI: simply click (once) on your downloaded rpm. After that, new buttons should appear in konqueror, like 'Install package with Yast'. Clicking this button should work...
We've had that in a similar post: restart your GUI, then there should be an icon in the menu. To start firefox, you may need to run it as root the first time. Typing 'kdesu firefox' on konsole should do it.
I couldn't seem to find "man rpm".
man rpm is a command that you can run on command line. It opens a help page, where all the functions of the command rpm are described. I doubt that you don't have it