|If you have not heard of
FireFox by now, for shame.
FireFox is one of the largest stars the open source world has put
forth, and the only browser to take market share away from Microsoft.
Microsoft has good reason to be afraid of FireFox, but the important part is getting the program.
This guide will deal with actually configuring FireFox once it is downloaded. If you still have not downloaded FireFox, the following two links should be of use.
Firefox Web Download install
Firefox Apt-Get Download
Setting FireFox as new browser : Web-Download and apt-get
1: Right Click on the K-taskbar and choose the option that says Add
2: Choose the option that says Special Button
3: Choose Non-KDE Application
4: First, let's get an icon. Click on the blank box to the side.
5: Lot of options here.
6: Looking down we should see the Firefox icon. Click on the Fox.
7: Now click on Select File
8: At this point the guide will split: Apt-Get First, followed by Web-download.
Apt-Get:Hit the up arrow twice to go to file:/
Web-dowload: Open up the Firefox folder
Apt-Get Click on usr
Apt-Get: Click on bin
Apt-Get:head for the M section
Apt-Get: Click on the mozilla-firefox shell script
Web-Download: 5: Click on the Firefox shell script
Apt-Get: Now hit Okay
Web-Download: Hit Ok
15: Hit Okay again
16: We should now have a Fox-Wold icon at the botton of the K-taskbar. Click on the link.
17: We now have a dedicated FireFox link!