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Ubuntu :: Kmozillahelper With Vanilla Firefox?

I'm using KDE (Kubuntu) and I was wondering about integration of Firefox into KDE. I know that kmozillahelper provides this and so I installed it. But the thing is, I compile Firefox myself with some custom optimisations, so I don't use Firefox from the repositories.

The firefox from the repositories uses kmozillahelper but my compiled firefox (even the mozilla provided firefox) does not.

View 5 Replies (Posted: June 2nd, 2010)

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