John R. Sowden
jsowden at americansentry.net
Wed Apr 8 07:04:06 BST 2009
On Tuesday 07 April 2009 22:56:27 Rajko M. wrote:
> On Wednesday 08 April 2009 12:08:00 am John R.
> > Interesting:
> > john at linux-q7ld:~> whereis locate
> > 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
> > file associations, put pdf in the search box, opened the
> > 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:
>USE_11.1/ (watch on your mail client line wrap)
> Then it can be also that you have KDE4 installed with some
> applications, like KMail, and you use KDE3 KMail that is
looking for file
> associations in .kde folder, not in .kde4 where you set file
> for KDE4 applications using Configure Desktop (system
I am runninf kde 4.1.3 and kmail 1.10.3
Firefox also could not open the pdf
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