How does Ubuntu or any other Linux systems store file associations? Is there some /etc/asscociations file or something? I know that I can right click on file and change it via "open with", but I'm ...
Nautilus has options for what to do when media devices are added. How does Nautilus know what applications to make available in these drop-down menus? How do applications plug themselves in to ...
Files downloaded from my Ubuntu server appear to be treated as text, regardless of their type - How to fix?
I am running Ubuntu server 10.04.1 on an x86 box, and all seems ok, however, I have also installed apache2 and proftpd, and configured them as per documentation. I am having problems when I download ...
In Firefox on a fresh install of 10.10 when visiting apt.ubuntu.com/p/banshee (for example) I get prompted with the following window: However, I was under the impression that apturl was supposed to ...
I'd like to set 10.10 to open MP3 files in Muinshee when I open them from a file manager. I don't really like Totem very much, and opening all of Banshee is a little bit too heavy for just playing a ...
I may have the wrong idea here, but I thought that: MIME types are identifying codes, embedded inside a file. File .extensions are idenifying codes, suffixed to the file's name. I thought, from ...
Is there a way / application to add a file extension / mime-type to the system. What I want to achieve is: Have a default program for opening files of this type Have a special icon for this filetype ...
I'm trying to get the mime type of a file from the command line as a printed string (eg. application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet). I looked up how to do this and found the xdg-mime command. ...