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Hidden Linux : Conquering Konqueror

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My only niggle with the Kubuntu installation of the Konqueror file manager/web browser is the way the file manager defaults to Icon View. I'm a geek. I like Detailed List View and find myself forever clicking the change button to set DLV. This week I finally figured out how to fix that permanently. It's actually quite straightforward, if a little unintuitive.

I use Konqueror a lot, so much so that I've set up hotkeys to kick it off. Years of Windows use have accustomed me to hit the + key combination to start Explorer, so I set the same shortcut to Konqueror's file manager. Here's how...

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