John john_82 at
Sat Mar 26 09:38:16 GMT 2005

There isn't a check box  that matches that description. It did work like that 
a long time ago though.
The main point is I can't get krpmview back. It has a very nice feature for 
rmp installs - just click a button, saves firing up the console and getting 
to the rpm etc.
All I have on my machine is a directory  named krpmview with a bash script, a 
perl program and other directories in it. A search shows that there is no 
executable of that name anywhere. I've even tried associating the script and 
the perl to rpm's. The shell script has something to do with it as it fires 
up yaste but nothing gets installed. The perl just churns for a while. I 
suspect some other program chains these and maybe generates the window. Just 
what do I associate to get it back?


On Friday 25 March 2005 22:07, you wrote:
> John wrote:
> <SNIP>
> > BUT just how do I get the krpmview association  back without it
> > activating on downloads? Is there an application?
> In general, in the: "Edit File Type" dialog under the: "Embedding" tab
> there should be a check box: "Ask whether to save to kisk instead".
> Check that and it should ask before opening a download.

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