James Richard Tyrer
tyrerj at acm.org
Fri Dec 26 19:52:59 GMT 2003
Dejan Cabrilo wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I have a problem with SuSE 9.0 installation of KDE 3.1.4. When I try to change
> file associations, I cannot save the changes. E.g. I switch around
> application preference order, click on Apply, click on OK. But, it doesn't
> really save the change. When I come back to file associations settings (or I
> just try opening a file by double clicking on it), the preference order is as
> it was before I changed it. Also, adding/removing doesn't work. Changes in
> embedding work fine.
> Oh yes, I just tried to do it with root, and it worked fine. But, it wouldn't
> change anything with a regular user. Where is this information stored?
> I couldn't find it in ~/.kde (and I looked, seems like, in every file.. but
> none of them stores name of applications used to run a file).
> If I can't get it to work this way, I may as well just edit the config files,
> if I can find them :)
The local information (per user) is stored in:
Be sure that that directory exists, is owned by the user account, and is writable.
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