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2nd activated browser sets itself as default browser

Post#1 by Rava » 26 Sep 2022, 04:48

I created the chromium-ungoogled-105.0.5195.125-x86_64-en-GB-1alien.xzm module via update-browser.
Without asking me it set itself up as default browser (at least partially) - when I click a URL link in interlink, it opens chromium-ungoogled instead of my default browser Palemoon.
Still, when chromium-ungoogled got started by clicking a link in interlink, chromium-ungoogled told me it's not the system's default browser.
When I did a "killall palmoon" (after chromium-ungoogled got activated, was run once and then quit) and then restarted Palemoon, it did not complain about not being the default.

Still, despite all that, it was chromium-ungoogled instead of Palemoon that got started by interlink. :wall:

I presume the reason is that the last browser that one has activated is always set as the default browser, overwriting the previous settings.

Why chromium-ungoogled gets started, but still both Palemoon and chromium-ungoogled seem to think the default browser is Palemoon I do not get. Most probably because I do not fully understand what's going on with setting up the default browser under the OS's hood.

Is there a way for the user to have control what is and what stays the default browser?

I load at boot the most recent Palemoon, but at times I need a 2nd browser, e.g. for video conferences. Still, I never want that 2nd browser to be appointed as the default browser. There should be a way for the user to tell the system which browser should be kept as default. The method of the newest activated browser module getting the role of default browser is not working for me, and some other users who only need temporarily a 2nd browser for certain tasks might see it the same way.
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Post#2 by itrukrakso » 26 Sep 2022, 11:00

Hi,
try the following:
in your chromium-ungoogled module is a file /usr/share/application/browser.desktop.
This overwrites the corresponding file in your system.
Delete it from your module and build a module without this file.

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Post#3 by Rava » 26 Sep 2022, 12:45

^
Will do and will report back.

What happens when one deactivates the later activated browser module? Will the original /usr/share/application/browser.desktop (in my case Palemoon) be restored?
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Post#4 by gnintilgyes » 28 Sep 2022, 07:32

Rava wrote:
26 Sep 2022, 12:45
^
Will do and will report back.

What happens when one deactivates the later activated browser module? Will the original /usr/share/application/browser.desktop (in my case Palemoon) be restored?
I hope you had your problem resolved. You got me curious with Palemoon browser and currently using it to type this message... :buhehe:

One thing, on another forum I participate in, on "code" blocks this browser keeps displaying "off" with the two "f's" pulled together as if they were "i's" in a non-monospaced font which is getting on my nerves. The "code" block font is supposed to be something like "Courier New" on Windoze, right? It behaves a lot like the old Firefox I used on Windoze instead of Internet Explorer because the former was slicker loading dozens of images in a short time and displaying them in one page. It had a pretty good ad-blocker too. But it kept asking for add-ons and upgrades which sucked...

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Post#5 by Rava » 28 Sep 2022, 07:37

gnintilgyes wrote:
28 Sep 2022, 07:32
It behaves a lot like the old Firefox
Originally it is based on an older FFx, but one can say that Palemoon nowadays is mostly its own thing (they even have their very own version of html renderer)

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Rava wrote:
26 Sep 2022, 12:45
Will the original /usr/share/application/browser.desktop (in my case → Palemoon) be restored?
In case someone wonders, while I did not manage to hack any of my alternative browser modules (that is: anything but the Palemoon one) I did manage to deactivate chromium-without-shiitake-googled and the old /usr/share/application/browser.desktop gets indeed restored.
But since I have approx 45 minutes time till my next assignment I try to hack chromium-without-shiitake-googled right NOW.
(Rava out)

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In case one gets confused, /Porteus_modules is a symlink to the internal harddisk main folder for modules (this being on an ext3 partition), and /Porteus_modules_sdb4/ is the same but - maybe you guessed it - on sdb4 (also on an ext3 partition)

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root@porteus:/Porteus_modules# mkdir /Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING/
root@porteus:/Porteus_modules# xzm2dir 005-chromium-ungoogled-91.0.4472.114-x86_64-en-US-1alien.xzm /Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING/
Parallel unsquashfs: Using 8 processors
[…]
root@porteus:/Porteus_modules# cd /Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING/
root@porteus:/Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING# ls -o
total 40
drwxr-xr-x  6 root   4096 2021-06-29 07:25 .
drwxr-xr-x 54 guest 20480 2022-09-28 09:41 ..
drwxr-xr-x  3 root   4096 2021-06-21 06:49 etc
drwxr-xr-x  3 root   4096 2021-06-29 07:17 home
drwxr-xr-x  7 root   4096 2021-06-21 06:49 usr
drwxr-xr-x  4 root   4096 2021-06-29 07:25 var
root@porteus:/Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING# rm usr/share/applications/browser.desktop 
root@porteus:/Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING# cd -
/Porteus_modules
root@porteus:/Porteus_modules# dir2xzm /Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING 005-chromium-ungoogled-91.0.4472.114-x86_64-en-US-1alien-NO-browser.desktop.xzm 
Parallel mksquashfs: Using 8 processors
Creating 4.0 filesystem on 005-chromium-ungoogled-91.0.4472.114-x86_64-en-US-1alien-NO-browser.desktop.xzm, block size 262144.
[…]
Number of ids (unique uids + gids) 3
Number of uids 2
	root (0)
	guest (1000)
Number of gids 2
	root (0)
	users (100)
root@porteus:/Porteus_modules# activate 005-chromium-ungoogled-91.0.4472.114-x86_64-en-US-1alien-NO-browser.desktop.xzm 
Updating shared library links:  /sbin/ldconfig
root@porteus:/Porteus_modules# grep Exec /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop
Exec=palemoon %u
root@porteus:/Porteus_modules#
With editing the terminal output (removing less important info with "[…]" and typing the rest of the above) it took me less than 8 minutes.
But the best thing, it worked as it should. :Yahoo!:

The main part of course is this considered /Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING is the folder where you unpacked your original browser module into (and is on a ext[234] partition, or some other kind of Linux partition [NO VFAT nor NTFS or such]) is this:

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root@porteus:/Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING# rm usr/share/applications/browser.desktop 
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Post#6 by Rava » 28 Sep 2022, 07:57

Rava wrote:
28 Sep 2022, 07:47
But the best thing, it worked as it should. :Yahoo!:
No, it did NOT work as it should.
While /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop was not changed from

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Exec=palemoon %u
, when clicking on a link in interlink… it still opens shitty shiitake chromium instead of palemoon.
Seems there is more going on under the hood than just /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop …

Hopefully anyone has an idea what that can be?

Or did silly interlink save to its settings the change in browser by itself? [It is the only program where its settings folder is persistent since I do not want to download the approx 1.5 GB of emails each time anew I start Porteus…]

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I did look up everything there is to see in interlink's Preferences… but found no entry defining which browser to use… :wall:

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Update 2
After I deactivated 005-chromium-ungoogled-91.0.4472.114-x86_64-en-US-1alien-NO-browser.desktop.xzm the links in interlink were opened in palemoon once again, so it should not be an issue with interlink itself but only with the system.

But when it's not /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop - then what is it?

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Since /usr/share/applications/chromium-ungoogled.desktop also kinda defines a browser, could it be that

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Updating shared library links:  /sbin/ldconfig
or something similar that gets started when activating a module did some other kind of system change.

Here you see what is left in the hacked module's usr/share/applications/ :

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root@porteus:/Porteus_modules_sdb4/HAPPYHACKING/usr/share/applications# ls -o --time-style=long-iso
total 12
-rw-r--r-- 1 root 8552 2021-06-21 06:49 chromium-ungoogled.desktop
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Now Rava out, my RL appointment awaits.
*runs off*
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Post#7 by itrukrakso » 29 Sep 2022, 20:23

Rava wrote:Since /usr/share/applications/chromium-ungoogled.desktop also kinda defines a browser
nothing is defined in /usr/share/applications/, it stores entries for the startup menu and some programs use this information.

take a look:

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xdg-open 'http://www.freedesktop.org/'
this will open the URL with the default browser

look at the source code:
/opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser
and
/usr/bin/xdg-open
line 95-101
it shows some connections

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Post#8 by Rava » 30 Sep 2022, 02:11

itrukrakso wrote:
29 Sep 2022, 20:23
look at the source code:
/opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser
I did and created a test script:

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root@porteus:~# cp /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser /tmp/browser-test
root@porteus:~# l3afpad /tmp/browser-test
root@porteus:~# diff /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser /tmp/browser-test
11c11
< $browser $*
---
> echo $browser $*
root@porteus:~# /tmp/browser-test 
palemoon
root@porteus:~# 
I will report back in here when I need to activate the hacked chromium-ungoogled and try my browser-test script once again - after confirming that interlink once more starts the wrong browser when double-clicking an URL - even after I removed its /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop - so that the one in the system keeps its

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Exec=palemoon %u
I then will also try

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xdg-open https://example.com
to see what xdg-open does when interlink once more opens its URLs in chromium-ungoogled.

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What the heck, I did not wait but activated the hacked chromium right away:

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root@porteus:/# activate /Porteus_modules/005-chromium-ungoogled-91.0.4472.114-x86_64-en-US-1alien-NO-browser.desktop.xzm
Updating shared library links:  /sbin/ldconfig
root@porteus:/# grep Exec /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop 
Exec=palemoon %u
root@porteus:/# /tmp/browser-test 
palemoon
root@porteus:/# xdg-open https://example.com
xdg-open https://example.com only results in this window:
Image
(I kept that window open and did not select anything)

and what did double-clicking on an URL in interlink do?
It did open the URL in chromium.

Now, someone tell my why that is.
/tmp/browser-test tells me palemoon is my browser.

So there must be something else going on with a browser module than just /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop - since removing that file and checking via

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grep Exec /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop
told me palemoon is still defined via /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop

Also, my /tmp/browser-test confirms what my browser should be. You see the diff of it compared to what /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser is in the [ code ] snippet above.

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UPDATE
As expected, when deactivating 005-chromium-ungoogled-91.0.4472.114-x86_64-en-US-1alien-NO-browser.desktop.xzm once more, interlink again opens its URLs in palemoon.
Of course /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop and a test via /tmp/browser-test all result in palemoon being my browser.
But these also did say the same when 005-chromium-ungoogled-91.0.4472.114-x86_64-en-US-1alien-NO-browser.desktop.xzm was activated, still chromium was started via interlink during that time and not palemoon as one should expect.
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Post#9 by itrukrakso » 30 Sep 2022, 07:00

Rava wrote:xdg-open https://example.com only results in this window:
Image
it looks like the preferred browser is not configured anyway.

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root@azer:~->  xdg-settings get default-web-browser
palemoon.desktop  

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root@azer:~-> xdg-settings set default-web-browser palemoon.desktop
to check

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root@azer:~-> xdg-mime query default x-scheme-handler/http
browser.desktop  
and

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root@azer:~-> xdg-mime query default x-scheme-handler/https
browser.desktop 

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Post#10 by Rava » 30 Sep 2022, 07:07

itrukrakso wrote:
30 Sep 2022, 07:00
it looks like the preferred browser is not configured anyway.
It looks like interlink does not care about that.
When only palemoon module is activated, it opens the URLs in palemoon.

When a 2nd browser module got activated and even when that browser has its /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop removed interlink still opens all URLs in the 2nd browser, in my case, in chromium.firefox.desktop

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guest@porteus:/$ xdg-settings get default-web-browser
firefox.desktop
LOL, I do not even have a firefox module activated.
But that xdg-settings can also not be responsible for how interlink acts since there is no firefox.desktop:

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guest@porteus:~$ ls -o /usr/share/applications/firefox.desktop ~/.local/share/applications/firefox.desktop
/bin/ls: cannot access '/usr/share/applications/firefox.desktop': No such file or directory
/bin/ls: cannot access '/home/guest/.local/share/applications/firefox.desktop': No such file or directory
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guest@porteus:~$ xdg-mime query default x-scheme-handler/https
palemoon.desktop
Maybe that's it.
I have to go for now, RL calls, <Arnie voice>I will be back!</Arnie voice> but I will investigate that and the other variants you provided with the 2nd browser activated and without a 2nd browser when I returned…
Thanks a lot for now, itrukrakso. :friends:
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Post#11 by Rava » 01 Oct 2022, 14:58

These are the settings when only the palemoon browser is active:

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guest@porteus:~$ xdg-settings get default-web-browser
firefox.desktop
guest@porteus:~$ xdg-mime query default x-scheme-handler/http
palemoon.desktop
guest@porteus:~$ xdg-mime query default x-scheme-handler/https
palemoon.desktop
Since there is no firefox.desktop - and when interlink uses one of these, it must be the default x-scheme-handler/https / default x-scheme-handler/http .

I will report back when I activated the 005-chromium-ungoogled-105.0.5195.125-x86_64-en-GB-1alien-NO-browser.desktop.xzm once more to see if any of the above did change into chromium.desktop
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Post#12 by Rava » 12 Oct 2022, 18:28

This time I had to activate a Firefox and not a chrome, but with the same issues.

Now following itrukrakso's ideas:

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guest@porteus:~$ xdg-settings get default-web-browser
custom-WebBrowser.desktop
"custom-WebBrowser" - that seems to be the by-its-name non-descriptive .desktop file XFCE uses:

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guest@porteus:~$ cat ./.local/share/xfce4/helpers/custom-WebBrowser.desktop
[Desktop Entry]
NoDisplay=true
Version=1.0
Encoding=UTF-8
Type=X-XFCE-Helper
X-XFCE-Category=WebBrowser
X-XFCE-CommandsWithParameter=/opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser "%s"
Icon=browser
Name=browser
X-XFCE-Commands=/opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser
And by its date it was not changed due to the activation of the 2nd browser module, the Firefox one:

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guest@porteus:~$ ls -o ./.local/share/xfce4/helpers/custom-WebBrowser.desktop
-rwxr-xr-x 1 guest 249 2017-03-05 21:11 ./.local/share/xfce4/helpers/custom-WebBrowser.desktop

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guest@porteus:~$ /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser --version
Mozilla Firefox 91.1.0esr
guest@porteus:~$ file /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser
/opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser: POSIX shell script, ASCII text executable
guest@porteus:~$ cat /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser
#!/bin/sh
# Find and run a web browser.

where() { which $1 2>/dev/null; }
browser=`where firefox || where chromium || where chromium-ungoogled || where google-chrome || where google-chrome-stable || where opera || where midori || where konqueror || where palemoon || where basilisk || where vivaldi || where netsurf`

if [ -e /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop ]; then
	browser=`awk -F= '/Exec=/{print$NF}' /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop | head -n1 | cut -f 1 -d ' ' `
fi

$browser $*
I think I try tweaking that script into having palemoon as the 1st choice, that should get PM started instead of this time firefox, and probably /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser was also responsible last time for starting chromium-ungoogled :)

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And I have to change more than that or else

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if [ -e /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop ]; then
	browser=`awk -F= '/Exec=/{print$NF}' /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop | head -n1 | cut -f 1 -d ' ' `
fi
would overwrite my palemoon since right now

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guest@porteus:~$ grep Exec /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop
Exec=firefox %u
browser.desktop got hijacked by firefox…
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Post#13 by Rava » 13 Oct 2022, 02:33

Update

This hack is recommend only for people who know what they are doing. Also recall the hack so that you would not complain about your system behaving differently in the future. (The remembering thing is for me to recall as well)

Since I would have to remove every /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop from all alternative browsers but my main one (=palemoon) - including all new ones to be created in the future - I went by a quick'n dirty hack of /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser instead.

This now reads

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#!/bin/sh
# Find and run a web browser.

if [ -e /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop ]; then
	browser=`awk -F= '/Exec=/{print$NF}' /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop | head -n1 | cut -f 1 -d ' ' `
fi

where() { which $1 2>/dev/null; }
browser=`where palemoon || where firefox || where chromium || where chromium-ungoogled || where google-chrome || where google-chrome-stable || where opera || where midori || where konqueror || where basilisk || where vivaldi || where netsurf`

$browser $*
With a 2nd browser activated that has its /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop intact and thus overwriting the existing /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop this test results in FFx:

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guest@porteus:~$ awk -F= '/Exec=/{print$NF}' /usr/share/applications/browser.desktop | head -n1 | cut -f 1 -d ' '
firefox
when /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser is still reporting PM:

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guest@porteus:~$ /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser --version
Moonchild Productions Pale Moon 31.3.0.1
:)

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While this does help the approach that uses /opt/porteus-scripts/xorg/browser it is not helping with my issue on what gets started by clicking a link in interlink - that still opens FFx. :(

Therefore most probably another hack is required. But it is too late already to continue, nighty night for now, BRB.
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Post#14 by itrukrakso » 15 Oct 2022, 11:53

Hi,
Rava wrote:

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guest@porteus:~$ xdg-settings get default-web-browser
custom-WebBrowser.desktop
then there is a file helpers.rc in your system

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 cat /etc/xdg/xfce4/helpers.rc 
#
# Default helpers.rc for Xfce's Preferred Applications
#
# Copyright (c) 2005-2006 Benedikt Meurer <benny@xfce.org>
#

WebBrowser=firefox
MailReader=thunderbird
TerminalEmulator=xfce4-terminal
FileManager=thunar
and/or

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  cat ~/.config/xfce4/helpers.rc 
WebBrowser=custom-WebBrowser
xdg-open and xdg-settings have access to ~/.config/xfce4/helpers.rc

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  xdg-settings set default-web-browser firefox.desktop   
results in

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 cat ~/.config/xfce4/helpers.rc 
WebBrowser=firefox 
if the same browser is called in browser.desktop it should work (don't forget to restart)

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Post#15 by Rava » 15 Oct 2022, 18:17

Unsurprisingly my /etc/xdg/xfce4/helpers.rc is the same as yours.

But by standard bootup, I have neither a firefox,
nor a thunderbird
When I would correct it it should look like so:

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# Default helpers.rc for Xfce's Preferred Applications
#
# tweaked by Rava

WebBrowser=palemoon
MailReader=interlink
TerminalEmulator=xfce4-terminal
FileManager=thunar
Where does your /home/guest/.config/xfce4/helpers.rc come from?

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guest@porteus:/p$ cat ~/.config/xfce4/helpers.rc 
cat: /home/guest/.config/xfce4/helpers.rc: No such file or directory
my

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guest@porteus:/$ cat /etc/porteus/003-xfce.ver 
003-xfce.xzm:20220925
has no such thing:

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guest@porteus:/mnt/live/memory/images$ find . 2>/dev/null|grep xfce4/helpers.rc
./003-xfce-4.16.xzm/etc/xdg/xfce4/helpers.rc
I presume /etc/xdg/xfce4/helpers.rc is the global file and ~/.config/xfce4/helpers.rc the local one, and when the local one exists its contents overwrite the ones from the global one?
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