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try running mozilla from within a terminal window.
that way you will be able to see possible error
messages and you will have an idea what might
be wrong, or you will have info you can paste here
and others can tell you how to fix it.
I removed the /.mozilla folder and reinstalled and it seems to work okay now!
Now, whenever I click on the browser icon Konqueror comes up! How do I get it back to Mozilla?
Also, I went into the Packages area and selected Details on Graphical Internet, I then selected "mozilla - a Web browser", click close and then click Update. It comes back with an error Package Not Found, unlocatable package "mozilla-nspr = 1.0.1-24"
I'm not sure if I need to even be doing the above step!
Also, is there a dummy's web site for system administrators just learning Redhat Linux???!!!
if gnome: right-click it, select properties, change the command to
'mozilla', or find the tool 'preferred applications' in your gnome
menu (i am not running redhat, so i do not know where it might
be hiding) and put the following in the browser box:
if kde: i have not a clue.. try right-clicking the icon maybe for
properties, or remove the icon, create a new launcher for mozilla,
change the icon to your preferred one and then drag-and-drop it
onto the kde bar it was on, or leave it on the desktop if it was
there in the first place.
I tried what you suggested but unfortunately it didn't do the trick.
I did go into "File Types and Programs" which appears to be the area where associations are setup. I associated .htm with Mozilla but it doesn't appear to have worked since Konqueror still opens the files.