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Some terminals need to be able to automaticaly start Mozilla (or another browser if more convenient) and visit a prespecified page. How is it possible to write a script that runs localy and when invoked it fires up the browser and visits the page? This does not need to be overly complicated.

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firefox www.google.com

When that "script" is invoked, Firefox will open up and head off to Google.

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