FIXED THE FIREFOX PROBLEM!
(This is not a AmigaForever solution, instead it is an even better "AmiKit MK2 for USB" solution that can boot into linux from USB or install linux to harddisk, or be used as a Windows7 .exe file!)
(If forum users need a step-by-step tutorial for AmiKit MK2 USB/AmiPup8.5.0 Linux, just ask and I will post one
For now, here is the Windows7 (executable file) solution:
Install AmiKit MK2 (the version made for USB) on a 8GB (or more) USB stick
(use RUFUS (in Windows7) to install it to USB drive).
In Windows7 (or similair windows),
double-click on the AmiKit8.exe file found in "AmiKit for Windows" folder on your USB drive
and wait for it to install AmiKit on Windows (it might take a while
Start AmiKit from Windows Startmenu (or similair place),
click the Firefox icon inside AmiKit Startmenu,
then Firefox will launch from within AmiKit, just like a normal Windows program
(Remember to have installed newest Firefox in Windows first
Next thing for me to try, is to test AmiKit MK2 on the USB, as it was intended to be used,
and boot from the USB drive, this will boot into AmiPup8.5.0 (the linux OS for AMiKit MK2 on the USB)
then setup/install AmiKit MK2 from within AmiPup 8.5.0. linux, and then see if Firefox (in AmiPup8.5.0. Linux)
will load from within AmiKit MK2
If that works, then I will try to install the AmiPup8.5.0. (from the USB) to my harddisk, so I can boot directly into
AmiPup8.5.0. on the harddisk, and then launch AmiKit MK2 from within AmiPup 8.5.0. on the harddisk.
That should be a complete and modern 2016-2017 Amiga/Linux hybrid OS on the harddisk
To others reading this, Please share your experience/problems/solutions with me/the forum, if you have already installed
AmiPup 8.5.0. and AmiKit MK2 to harddisk