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How to setup the default web browser in Kubuntu

This blogger is a pretty avid Firefox user and it was one of the first applications he/she installed. The problem that he/she ran into was that all the KDE applications were still using Konqueror as their browser.
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Ok; at this point I was getting frustrated. So I launched Konqueror itself to see if there was any option that I can change there to ‘unset’ it as the default browser. Go to ‘Settings->Configure Konqueror’. Next go to ‘file associations’. This is where it gets a little bit confusing. Look for ‘text’ in the list of file types and expand that. Once you expand it; chose ‘html’. Now you will see that ‘Konqueror’ is listed ‘before’ Firefox. So that was the culprit!

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