How can I bring back Konqueror as my man page viewer?

dE . de.techno at
Sun Aug 19 07:16:33 BST 2012

The default browser is used for opening the man page. So you have to set it
to konqueror in order to do so.

the man page bug not opening in other browsers is fixed in KDE 4.9

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On Aug 18, 2012 8:45 PM, "Nikos Chantziaras" <realnc at> wrote:

> In KDE, I'm very used to simply type "man:foo" and have the man page of
> "foo" pop up immediately in Konqueror without having to open a terminal or
> anything.
> However, since I installed Chromium and making it my default browser, now
> "man:" brings up Chromium instead.  That doesn't work; instead of
> displaying the man page, it downloads the *.bz2 from the local file system
> :-/
> How can I set Konqueror to be the program that handles KDE's "man:"
> command?
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