There could be something slightly wrong with the actual command.
On Monday, 2011-03-07, Cassiano Leal wrote:
> On 7 March 2011 11:59, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. <firstname.lastname@example.org
> > On 2011-03-07 08:00:16 Cassiano Leal wrote:
> > >Hi list,
> > >
> > >It began a few weeks ago, but now clicking links on any KDE app (Chokoq,
> > >Kmail, ...) is a pain. Instead of simply passing the link URL to the
> > >browser, KDE is downloading the webpage and opening the temporary file
> > >-- e.g. /var/tmp/kdecache-cassiano/krun/13052.0.~PNgiz .
> Because of this, KDE may be preferring passing the temporary file to the
> > application more often. Using the "in the following browser" option
> > instead
> > may force KDE to not load the URL itself and simply fork/exec the chosen
> > browser.
> Based on what you said, I went on to testing these configurations. The
> option to open based on the contents opens Konqueror (at least for
> webpages) and passes the URL to it.
> The "in the followin browser" option seems to work fine too, and allows me
> to choose the browser I want -- with one exception, which is the one I had
> been using: Firefox nightly builds. Tried chromium, arora, konqueror and
> iceweasel and all work fine.
> I switching back to Iceweasel (usually my default browser, but since the
> FF4 nightlies began to stabilise I had changed to them).