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Choosing a webbrowser in Blue Griffon

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I construct a webpage in BlueGriffon (webpage-maker). Then I want to see the result in my webbrowser Firefox (version 17.0.1 under OS Linux Kubuntu version 12.10). A box opens, I have to choose a webbrowser. My question: Where on my harddisk can I find the Firefox executable (So that I can choose that one)??!

I construct a webpage in BlueGriffon (webpage-maker). Then I want to see the result in my webbrowser Firefox (version 17.0.1 under OS Linux Kubuntu version 12.10). A box opens, I have to choose a webbrowser. My question: Where on my harddisk can I find the Firefox executable (So that I can choose that one)??!

Ausgewählte Lösung

hi

the path to be followed is usually :

/usr/bin/firefox

you can double check it from terminal if you digit :

which firefox

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If you are able to start Firefox then you should have a desktop shortcut and the properties of that shortcut should show the path to the Firefox application.
If you have a Firefox version from your distribution (i.e. you didn't install Firefox from the Mozilla site) then you should also be able to see where the program is installed via your software management.

If you are able to start Firefox then you should have a desktop shortcut and the properties of that shortcut should show the path to the Firefox application.<br /> If you have a Firefox version from your distribution (i.e. you didn't install Firefox from the Mozilla site) then you should also be able to see where the program is installed via your software management.
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Ausgewählte Lösung

hi

the path to be followed is usually :

/usr/bin/firefox

you can double check it from terminal if you digit :

which firefox

hi the path to be followed is usually : /usr/bin/firefox you can double check it from terminal if you digit : which firefox

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