Original Poster: coffeetime
Well, I like a lot Akregator for reading RSS feeds. But, when I wanted feed to be automatically added to Akregator via Firefox, Firefox didn't react at all (no problems with Konqueror though). So, if you're using Akregator as RSS reader, you can try this (I've created a simple bash):
as root create a folder and name it as you want (in my case, it will be named "akadd"). Than open the folder, create a text file and copy/paste:
akregator -a "$(sed "s,^[^:]*://,," <<< "$1")"
and save it as, let's say "feed". Don't forget to make the file executable!
Go to a website with RSS feed (for example, google news
). Script will trigger Firefox and it will offer you, which program you want to use. Choose "other" and point it to the path, where the file was stored->/usr/local/bin/akadd/feed. Feeds will be now each time automatically added to Akregator.