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Re: kfm?



Problem is it references "Text Editor" as if it's a væriable somewhere.
It's listed about 30+ times.

Anyone got a sources.list entry to upgrade the KDE portion?  I only
have: 

deb http://kde.rap.ucar.edu stable main crypto optional qt1apps


Thus spake Simon Hepburn (sth@blueyonder.co.uk):

> Robert L. Harris wrote:
> 
> > This is driving me nuts.
> >
> >
> > I use konqueror as my web browser.  When I open a text file it tries to
> > load kfm.  I can't find that stupid kfm binary.  I've greped through
> > /var/lib/dpkg/available, I've poked around apt-cache, and searching for
> > kfm on www.kde.org give 70 irrelevant links.
> >
> > I'm running gnome for everything except just konqueror.  I'd be
> > perfectly happy as well to get get konqueror to open gedit instead.  In
> > the file associations there are settings for "Text Editor" but no place
> > to specify what editor to use.
> 
> What happens when you click on [Add] ?
> 
> > Anyone know where to change the setting for the text editor or what
> > package has kfm (debian sid, kde stable)?
> 
> kfm was the file manager in kde 1.x
> 
> -- 
> Simon Hepburn.
> 
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