Re: OT need help gxine
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Check the file assoc. in gnome-control-center ('settings' in menu) and if thats not it, your /etc/pluggerrc file (plugin that allows you to use external apps for file types) Ps, u will notice pluggerrc has multiple programs listed for file types.. it tries each one in the listed order, changing the order would already fix you up, if the plugger config was the problem g'luck -- Chris ----- Original Message ----- From: "Darren R. Weber" <weberdr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: "RH 9 List" <shrike-list@xxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Friday, April 18, 2003 20:23 Subject: OT need help gxine > This is a little off topic but I need help. I compiled and installed > gxine the other day and it works great. Problem is that since I > installed it it has taken over my system. I can't find the config that > controls the mime types for my browser, etc. Basically any media link > of any kind is going through gxine now and I can't seem to configure it > to anything else. I am using galeon as my browser. I tried changing > the mime type through the browser (didn't work), tried changing the mime > type in nautilus (didn't work), then I did a grep and found it installed > a .mailcap file in my home dir for all the types. . .I moved that off to > get rid of it (didn't work). Where is it? How did it link itself into > my entire system? Does anyone know?
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