<div>try make it mannually.</div>
<div>start every type of file with the KDE chooser.</div>
<div>and finnaly integrate it with OoO.</div>
<div><span class="gmail_quote">2006/3/13, Bernt Christandl <<a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a>>:</span>
<blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN: 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid"><br>Hello James,<br><br>thank you very much for your answer to my question!<br><br>> Bernt Christandl wrote:
<br>> > Hello,<br>> ><br>> > i've searched the archives, but obviously i'm the only one who<br>> > could not solve this :(<br>> ><br>> > In the past when I've installed versions of OOo1 this installation
<br>> > "automagically" was known to my KDE without me doing anything special.<br>> ><br>> > Now with OOo202 the install-"package" does "only" include several rpms,<br>> > which i could install and then use without problems.
<br>> ><br>> > But this is no longer automatically known to my KDE (3.5.1).<br>> > I know how to edit KMenu, but now a collegue wants to<br>> > know what he should do that KMail opens OOo2-writer, if he clicks
<br>> > on such an attachment to his mail, which he claims worked for OOo1.<br>> ><br>> > I've seen the desktop-integration subdir, but we have a "hand-made"<br>> > debian-based linux. From the "suse"-rpm i took the kde-icons and mimelnk
<br>> > and copied them to our kde. But that was not enough.<br>> ><br>> > What did i miss?<br>><br>> Which package in the "desktop-integration" subdirectory did you install?<br>> IIUC, you should install ONLY ONE of these RPM packages.
<br><br>Yes, i did install only one.<br><br>> This should work. If you don't have Mandriva, Red-Hat, or SuSE, then<br>> install FreeDeskTop.<br><br>I've extracted the SuSE-rpm and copied the KDE-part to<br>my special KDEDIR. For the very few other files/links i could not find
<br>any corresponding place in our system.<br><br>> A possible problem might occur if you have installed KDE from source in<br>> its own directory (e.g. KDEDIR=/usr/kde). Is this the case?<br><br>Yes, we have installed KDE from source into its own directory.
<br>About what "possible problem" are you writing?<br><br>> IIUC, KMail does not have its own MIME type associations, but rather<br>> uses what you have set up for Konqueror. So, just set up the file<br>> association in the usual manner.
<br><br>I'm sorry, what is the "usual manner"?<br>We have our "normal" mime.types, but i've never touched them when i installed<br>a new KDE or OpenOffice version and nevertheless in the past KMail<br>
did know about *.swx and such...<br>And i did not find any of these topics neither in the KDE-install-guide<br>nor in the OpenOffice-Setup-Guide (which does not yet seem to apply<br>for version 2)<br><br>With regards,<br>
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