rmatov101 at charter.net
Wed Apr 8 06:56:27 BST 2009
On Wednesday 08 April 2009 12:08:00 am John R. Sowden wrote:
> john at linux-q7ld:~> whereis locate
> john at linux-q7ld:~> whereis okular
> okular: /usr/bin/okular /usr/bin/X11/okular
> john at linux-q7ld:~>
> mime type associations ... uhhh
> I went to system settings (via the AltF2), then advanced then
> file associations, put pdf in the search box, opened the *.pdf
> response, and saw okular in the lower box.
You mentioned KDE 4.x where x can mean 1 or 2.
Most of use use 4.2.2 that is still available from:
(watch on your mail client line wrap)
Then it can be also that you have KDE4 installed with some KDE3 applications,
like KMail, and you use KDE3 KMail that is looking for file associations
in .kde folder, not in .kde4 where you set file associations for KDE4
applications using Configure Desktop (system settings).
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