Originally posted by secho
Hey I am having the same problem. I tried changing the file association for html/text in the KDE control pannel, but it didn't help.
I also trie the update-alternatives --config x-www-browser, but also to no avail.
A quick browse around the rest of the forums indicates its a gnome setting, but I am running KDE, is there a place I can edit gnome settings? Thanks.
With newer versions of Mozilla Thunderbird for Linux I know no simple way of setting your default browser. To set it, you have to update your user.js file with this setting:
If user.js does not exist create it yourself in the directory of prefs.js
See also http://www.mozilla.org/projects/thun...linuxurls.html