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    Adding to path

    I just installed mozilla 1.6, because i was tired of my debian systems browser still being mozilla 1.0. The problems is that mozilla installs itself into an odd place on the system, and i would like to add it to my path so that i can just type mozilla. i know this is possible,but i'm alittle out of practice. Or would it be easier to use a launcher program like iDesk, or pogo?

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    The most common thing to do in these circumstances is to create a symlink in /usr/bin (or similar) to the actual mozilla executable.

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    That makes sense.... thanks!

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