Re: default browser settings...
On Tue, Feb 18, 2003 at 06:29:03PM -0800, Matt Brubeck wrote:
> 'sensible-browser' is a Debian alternative which is automatically set to
> one of the web browsers you have installed. If you want to change the
> default "sensible" browser for your system, run:
> update-alternatives --config sensible-browser
Unfortunately this is only half true. Sensible-browser is a script which
basically checks the BROWSER envvar, and uses that if it's there, then
checks for DISPLAY and if it's set, runs x-www-browser if it exists,
www-browser in x-terminal-emulator if x-www-browser doesn't exist, and
www-browser if DISPLAY is unset. Hence the alternative to configure in
this case is x-www-browser.