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sc0ttman


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PostPosted: Thu 21 Mar 2013, 06:43    Post subject: Re: Correcting my mixup
Subject description: No sound under Akita 14
 

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Thanks for upgrading Firefox. FF-13 ran very choppy on the TUV4X. It's much smoother now. Chrome 7 won't let me go to Yahoo's Login. I prefer Iron to Chrome. I've been running Lucid 5.2.8 on a separate partition on this machine with Iron 10. Very stable and runs very smoothly on this old machine. You many want to add Iron 10 to your browser installation suite. Seems to work better than Chrome 7 on old machines especially when streaming video like YouTube.

I will see what I can do... Can you give me to the links to the Iron pet you use? As well as any deps you installed to get it working?? That would be great.

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Packages added to akita package manager (click 'update' in PPM):

- pekwm-0.1.16-i486, in Desktop, 231K
- pekwm_DOC-0.1.16-i486, in Desktop, 8K
- pekwm-themes-0.01, in Desktop, 475K
- touchmegames-0.2.5-i486, in Fun, 3385K

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LoboGrande

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PostPosted: Thu 21 Mar 2013, 19:44    Post subject: Not running Iron 10 under Akita
Subject description: ending some confusion.
 

I tried to install Iron 10 .pet from Lucid Puppy 5.2.8 over to Akita 14 but it wouldn't open. I got the idea to run Lucid Puppy 5.2.8 on this old machine from another member who was running it an even older machine. I just downloaded it for the Lucid PPM and it run just fine in Lucid Puppy 5.2.8. I'm not Puppy savvy enough yet to build .pet files. I'm a plug and play guy who just tries to see what works well and what doesn't.

http://distro.ibiblio.org/puppylinux/pet_packages-lucid

My machine's cpu is P3 1.4 ghz Tulatin which was the last of the P3 line and the Asus TUV4X mobo recognizes 2gb of PC-133 memory. I'm running an 8x AGP card(NVidia GeFroce 6200,DVI out) even though the mobo only supports 4x AGP, it seems to work just fine with a Dell 15" monitor.

Using Conky as a performance analyzer, it will go to 100% usually for a second or two with FF-13 or Chrome 7 and then come back to about 50% when not changing pages. There are certain things it can't do with FF-13 or Chrome 7 like Facebook chat under Akita or SeaMonkey under Wary 5.3. Wary 5.5 doesn't work nearly as well as 5.3 in this machine. Neither work as well as Akita. I tried Puppy 4.3.2 version 3 and it didn't work as well as Akita. My plans are to use this very reliable old beast as shortwave radio scanner with software defined radio and as a Free-to-Air Satellite receiver. I've gone through 3 budget build P4, socket 478 computers in the last 7 years but my old P3's have outlived them all. They just won't die! This TUV4X is my favorite though. It boots up to Akita faster than my Asus 1015PX dual-core netbook does with Windows 7! Lucid 5.2.8 performs well on it but not as good as Akita. I guess it's kernel is just too new for the old beast.
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PostPosted: Thu 21 Mar 2013, 20:09    Post subject: Re: Not running Iron 10 under Akita
Subject description: ending some confusion.
 

LoboGrande wrote:
I tried to install Iron 10 .pet from Lucid Puppy 5.2.8 over to Akita 14 but it wouldn't open.

You'll have to give me time to build a kind of 'sandbox' for Iron - I'm thinking of doing this to get Unity games working in Akita, as well as newer Chromes... (It needs a newer libc)...

Firefox-17esr, in the akita repo should work fine with facebook chat etc..?

Glad to hear Akita is serving you well Very Happy

BTW, are you using OpenGL? Did you install the Nvidia drivers for your card from the repo? It *should* be this one (I think): NVIDIA-185.18.36-k2.6.25.16.pet.. If the desktop won't load after you restart X, it is probably the wrong driver, try another one Wink

And whatever programs you need for your radio plans, I'll be happy to try build and package them up for you, if you can point me to their homepages/source etc ... You might see how useless I am at compiling and stuff like that Wink

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PostPosted: Fri 22 Mar 2013, 09:33    Post subject:  

I've compiled and packaged Xfce4-4.10 for akita, but it needs tweaking, and it has broken icons in many places... Any help or ideas on how to fix the icons would be great.. I still prefer the xfce-minimal pet in the akita repo, but Xfce4 is popular...So i would like to get a nice xfce4 package in the repo.. Help with fixing the icons will be appreciated..
....

Also, considering lots of interest in 'Adrives' (a separate SFS that holds most applications), I am thinking about making an ADRV sfs for the next Akita, which contains all the programs that require X to be running, plus X itself... (Or is that not what an Adrv is for??)

The problem is, I have no idea how to do it! Rolling Eyes

I could then release a framebuffer only Akita ISO, without any of the X stuff, which might be nice, as Akita includes working framebuffer, cli_net, elinks, doc2txt, pdf2txt, xls2csv, mp, mocp, transmissioncli, movgrab, vlc_nogui, streamplayer, Pkg (cli pkg manager), etc ...


...I could even just throw in 1 static Xvesa and a static jwm from techno or goingnuts, so it would be the best of both worlds...

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PostPosted: Fri 22 Mar 2013, 19:40    Post subject: Re: Not running Iron 10 under Akita
Subject description: ending some confusion.
 

[quote="sc0ttman"
Glad to hear Akita is serving you well Very Happy

BTW, are you using OpenGL? Did you install the Nvidia drivers for your card from the repo? It *should* be this one (I think): NVIDIA-185.18.36-k2.6.25.16.pet.. If the desktop won't load after you restart X, it is probably the wrong driver, try another one Wink

And whatever programs you need for your radio plans, I'll be happy to try build and package them up for you, if you can point me to their homepages/source etc ... You might see how useless I am at compiling and stuff like that Wink[/quote]

I installed a Nvida Driver pet but I can't remember which one off hand because I had to switch video cards from a GeForce 5200 VGA to the 6600DVI to match up with my DVI only Dell Monitor. Prior to my last P4-478 crapping out the TUV4X was hooked to a 2009 Emerson 19" TV. Couldn't get it to run higher than 1280x720 without the TV saying format not supported. Had to set the TV to the full screen or I'd get black sidebars when using it as a monitor even though the TV says it will support 1920x1080P.

The Ham Radio and Satellite thing is because I'm trying to move out as far away from large urban areas as possible but still keep an ear to the ground with what's happening around the world. These old P3 computers will use 1/3 the power of a newer P4 desktop, still perform basic computer functions like web surfing and streaming video while allowing for expansion cards like my satellite TV and radio cards.

I think these newer single board(Atom,ARM) computer are just dandy but they subsitute hardware for software ie apps which is fine in a Swiss Army knife sort of thinking but you can't do anything with them terribly well. I'd like to see some sort of interface eventually between single board computers and older harder ie a PCI board that will use the P3 Mobo as a power supply with an HDMI output.

Somewhere amongst the P4, socket 478 wreckage, I've got a working 2.8 ghz /533 FSB CPU. This was the last of the Intel single core CPUs till the ATOM came along. I think I'll buy an empty case and cobble together a box to see how fast Akita will run. My 3.4 P4 dual core CPU didn't care for Akita as compared to Lucid Puppy 5.2.8


Thank you for all your outstanding support work in keeping vintage computers as viable working machines.
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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 17:33    Post subject: Xfce-4.10 in Akita  

Here is a screenshot of Xfce 4.10 compiled in Akita, not yet ready to put into the repo, has the following issues, would love help with fixing them, already bugged Jely96 enough!

Xfce issues:

- Xfce MIME editor does not list all mime types, only a few from /usr/share/mime
- Xfce Appearance tool doesn't work - use gtk-chtheme and edit /root/.gtkrc-2.0 and /root/.gtkrc.main
- no desktop icons (not compiled with vfs support) ... pup-volume mounter will be used..

thunar issues ( I really wanna fix these!!!):
- not using system mime actions :
- not enough default left OR right click options in thunar (for most file types)
- cant find where to disable the thunar root warning

Here is a screeny of the default setup, I updated icons, fixed menu layouts, added some thunar actions, changed panel settings a bit, etc:



This pet is about 2.5mb, and will have the following dependencies (~ 1.5mb in total):

icon_theme_xfce-0.1-noarch-akita (800kb)
glib
dbus
dbus-glib
linwnk
libpam
libffi
polkit
tumbler

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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 17:57    Post subject:  

Hello,

Sorry I'm late.

/!\ Remove Root message.
Download thunar source, extract it.
And edit thunar/thunar-window.c to remove running-as-root message.

I edit like this :

Code:
  /* check if we need to add the root warning */
  if (G_UNLIKELY (geteuid () == 0))
    {
      /* add the bar for the root warning */
      infobar = gtk_info_bar_new ();
      gtk_info_bar_set_message_type (GTK_INFO_BAR (infobar), GTK_MESSAGE_WARNING);
      gtk_table_attach (GTK_TABLE (window->table), infobar, 0, 0, 0, 0, GTK_EXPAND | GTK_FILL, GTK_FILL, 0, 0);
      gtk_widget_show (infobar);

      /* add the label with the root warning */
      label = gtk_label_new (_(""));
      gtk_container_add (GTK_CONTAINER (gtk_info_bar_get_content_area (GTK_INFO_BAR (infobar))), label);
      gtk_widget_show (label);
    }


And make. And make install. Smile

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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 18:06    Post subject:  

Jejy69 wrote:
Hello,

Sorry I'm late.

/!\ Remove Root message.
Download thunar source, extract it.
And edit thunar/thunar-window.c to remove running-as-root message.

I edit like this :

Code:
  /* check if we need to add the root warning */
  if (G_UNLIKELY (geteuid () == 0))
    {
      /* add the bar for the root warning */
      infobar = gtk_info_bar_new ();
      gtk_info_bar_set_message_type (GTK_INFO_BAR (infobar), GTK_MESSAGE_WARNING);
      gtk_table_attach (GTK_TABLE (window->table), infobar, 0, 0, 0, 0, GTK_EXPAND | GTK_FILL, GTK_FILL, 0, 0);
      gtk_widget_show (infobar);

      /* add the label with the root warning */
      label = gtk_label_new (_(""));
      gtk_container_add (GTK_CONTAINER (gtk_info_bar_get_content_area (GTK_INFO_BAR (infobar))), label);
      gtk_widget_show (label);
    }


And make. And make install. Smile

Thanks that's what I was looking for...

But this is the one really annoying me - How can I get the normal ROX mime settings working in the Xfce mime editor and more important, normal system mime actions working in thunar...?? I had it working at one point, but rebooted, re-installed the xfce package it the settings were lost!!

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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 18:14    Post subject:  

Have you tried to overwrite / usr / share / mime in your package with official Puppy mime ? :/
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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 19:10    Post subject:  

Jejy69 wrote:
Have you tried to overwrite / usr / share / mime in your package with official Puppy mime ? :/

/usr/share/mime is mostly empty in puppy... it is mostly empty in akita, anyway...

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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 19:18    Post subject:  

Really empty... :/

In /usr/share/application, what contains your file mimeinfo.cache ?

I have this :

Code:
[MIME Cache]
application/asx=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/excel=gnumeric.desktop;
application/msexcel=gnumeric.desktop;
application/msword=defaultwordprocessor.desktop;
application/musepack=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/mxf=totem.desktop;
application/notecase-enc=notecase.desktop;
application/notecase-plain=notecase.desktop;
application/ogg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
application/pdf=evince.desktop;
application/pet=petget.desktop;
application/postscript=ghostview.desktop;evince.desktop;
application/ram=totem.desktop;
application/sdp=totem.desktop;
application/smil=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
application/smil+xml=totem.desktop;
application/tab-separated-values=gnumeric.desktop;
application/vnd.apple.mpegurl=totem.desktop;
application/vnd.lotus-1-2-3=gnumeric.desktop;
application/vnd.ms-asf=ffconvert.desktop;
application/vnd.ms-excel=gnumeric.desktop;
application/vnd.ms-wpl=totem.desktop;
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet=gnumeric.desktop;
application/vnd.rn-realaudio=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/vnd.rn-realmedia=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
application/vnd.sun.xml.calc=gnumeric.desktop;
application/vnd.sun.xml.calc.template=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-123=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-annodex=ffconvert.desktop;
application/x-ape=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/x-applix-spreadsheet=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-bittorrent=transmission-gtk.desktop;
application/x-bzpdf=evince.desktop;
application/x-bzpostscript=evince.desktop;
application/x-cb7=evince.desktop;
application/x-cbr=evince.desktop;
application/x-cbt=evince.desktop;
application/x-cbz=evince.desktop;
application/x-cmakecache=CMake.desktop;
application/x-dbase=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-dbf=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-dos_ms_excel=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-drm-v2=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/x-dvi=ffconvert.desktop;
application/x-excel=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-extension-m4a=totem.desktop;
application/x-extension-mp4=totem.desktop;
application/x-flac=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
application/x-flash-video=totem.desktop;
application/x-glade=glade-3.desktop;
application/x-gnumeric=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-gzpdf=evince.desktop;
application/x-gzpostscript=evince.desktop;
application/x-httpd-php3=geany.desktop;
application/x-httpd-php4=geany.desktop;
application/x-httpd-php5=geany.desktop;
application/x-id3=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/x-matroska=totem.desktop;
application/x-mplayer2=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;
application/x-mps=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-ms-excel=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-ms-wmv=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/x-msexcel=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-musepack=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/x-netshow-channel=totem.desktop;
application/x-nsv-vp3-mp3=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/x-ogg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
application/x-oleo=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-php=geany.desktop;
application/x-planperfect=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-quattropro=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-quicktime-media-link=totem.desktop;
application/x-quicktimeplayer=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
application/x-sc=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-shockwave-flash=ffconvert.desktop;
application/x-shorten=totem.desktop;
application/x-smil=totem.desktop;
application/x-sylk=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-vorbis+ogg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
application/x-xbase=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-xls=gnumeric.desktop;
application/x-xzpdf=evince.desktop;
application/xls=gnumeric.desktop;
application/xml=geany.desktop;
application/xspf+xml=totem.desktop;
audio/3gpp=totem.desktop;
audio/AMR=totem.desktop;
audio/AMR-WB=totem.desktop;
audio/ac3=totem.desktop;
audio/ape=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/basic=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/flac=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/midi=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/mp=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/mp2=totem.desktop;
audio/mp3=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/mp4=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/mpc=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/mpeg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/mpeg2=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/mpeg3=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/mpegurl=totem.desktop;
audio/musepack=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/ogg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/prs.sid=totem.desktop;
audio/vnd.rn-realaudio=totem.desktop;
audio/vorbis=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/wav=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/webm=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-aiff=totem.desktop;
audio/x-ape=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-basic=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-flac=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-gsm=totem.desktop;
audio/x-it=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-m4a=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-matroska=totem.desktop;
audio/x-mod=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-mp=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-mp3=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-mpc=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-mpeg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-mpeg-3=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-mpeg2=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-mpeg3=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-mpegurl=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-ms-asf=totem.desktop;
audio/x-ms-asx=totem.desktop;
audio/x-ms-wax=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-ms-wma=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-ms-wmv=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-musepack=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-ogg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-pn-aiff=totem.desktop;
audio/x-pn-au=totem.desktop;
audio/x-pn-realaudio=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-pn-realaudio-plugin=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-pn-wav=totem.desktop;
audio/x-pn-windows-acm=totem.desktop;
audio/x-real-audio=totem.desktop;
audio/x-realaudio=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-s3m=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-sbc=totem.desktop;
audio/x-scpls=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-speex=totem.desktop;
audio/x-stm=totem.desktop;
audio/x-tta=totem.desktop;
audio/x-vorbis=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-vorbis+ogg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-wav=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
audio/x-wavpack=totem.desktop;
audio/x-webm=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
audio/x-xm=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
image/bmp=viewnior.desktop;
image/gif=viewnior.desktop;
image/jpeg=viewnior.desktop;
image/jpg=viewnior.desktop;
image/pjpeg=viewnior.desktop;
image/png=viewnior.desktop;
image/svg+xml=viewnior.desktop;
image/svg+xml-compressed=viewnior.desktop;
image/tiff=viewnior.desktop;evince.desktop;
image/vnd.djvu=evince.desktop;
image/vnd.rn-realpix=totem.desktop;
image/vnd.wap.wbmp=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-bmp=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-bzeps=evince.desktop;
image/x-eps=evince.desktop;
image/x-gray=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-gzeps=evince.desktop;
image/x-icb=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-ico=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-pcx=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-pict=totem.desktop;
image/x-png=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-portable-anymap=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-portable-bitmap=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-portable-graymap=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-portable-pixmap=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-xbitmap=viewnior.desktop;
image/x-xpixmap=viewnior.desktop;
inode/directory=Thunar-folder-handler.desktop;
misc/ultravox=totem.desktop;
text/css=geany.desktop;
text/csv=gnumeric.desktop;
text/google-video-pointer=totem.desktop;
text/html=mozilla-firefox.desktop;geany.desktop;
text/plain=geany.desktop;
text/spreadsheet=gnumeric.desktop;
text/tab-separated-values=gnumeric.desktop;
text/x-c++hdr=geany.desktop;
text/x-c++src=geany.desktop;
text/x-chdr=geany.desktop;
text/x-csrc=geany.desktop;
text/x-csv=gnumeric.desktop;
text/x-diff=geany.desktop;
text/x-dsrc=geany.desktop;
text/x-google-video-pointer=totem.desktop;
text/x-java=geany.desktop;
text/x-pascal=geany.desktop;
text/x-perl=geany.desktop;
text/x-python=geany.desktop;
text/x-sql=geany.desktop;
video/3gp=totem.desktop;
video/3gpp=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/anim=ffconvert.desktop;
video/divx=totem.desktop;
video/dv=totem.desktop;
video/fli=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/flv=totem.desktop;
video/matroska=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
video/mkv=ffconvert.desktop;
video/mng=ffconvert.desktop;
video/mp2t=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/mp4=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/mp4v-es=totem.desktop;
video/mpeg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/msvideo=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/ogg=ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/quicktime=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/vivo=totem.desktop;
video/vnd.divx=totem.desktop;
video/vnd.mpegurl=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/vnd.rn-realvideo=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/vnd.vivo=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/webm=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-anim=ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-avi=totem.desktop;
video/x-flc=totem.desktop;
video/x-fli=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-flic=ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-flv=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-m4v=totem.desktop;
video/x-matroska=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-mng=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;
video/x-mpeg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-mpeg2=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-ms-asf=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-ms-asf-plugin=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;
video/x-ms-asx=totem.desktop;
video/x-ms-wax=ffconvert.desktop;
video/x-ms-wm=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-ms-wmp=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
video/x-ms-wmv=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-ms-wmx=totem.desktop;
video/x-ms-wvx=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-msvideo=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-nsv=totem.desktop;
video/x-ogm+ogg=gnome-mplayer.desktop;totem.desktop;
video/x-quicktime=gnome-mplayer.desktop;ffconvert.desktop;
video/x-theora+ogg=totem.desktop;
video/x-totem-stream=totem.desktop;
video/x-webm=gnome-mplayer.desktop;
x-content/video-dvd=totem.desktop;
x-content/video-svcd=totem.desktop;
x-content/video-vcd=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/icy=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/icyx=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/magnet=transmission-gtk.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/mms=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/mmsh=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/net=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/pnm=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/rtmp=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/rtp=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/rtsp=totem.desktop;
x-scheme-handler/uvox=totem.desktop;
zz-application/zz-winassoc-xls=gnumeric.desktop;


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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 19:26    Post subject:  

Jejy69 wrote:
Really empty... :/

In /usr/share/application, what contains your file mimeinfo.cache ?

I dont seem to have that file anywhere... Where do I put it exactly?

EDIT: Thanks... I did not even do it yet... so weird BUT... Just saw your screenshot, so I went to make a screenshot of my dir, and ... now look!! It's all working... I just gotta figure out how to keep these settings in my .pet package!



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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 19:31    Post subject:  

Put this file in /usr/share/applications. Smile
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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 19:39    Post subject:  

Hoo-Ha ! Very Happy
To keep them, copy these files in your pet package to overwrite the previous.
Personally, I'd like that.^^

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PostPosted: Sun 24 Mar 2013, 19:45    Post subject:  

Jejy69 wrote:
Hoo-Ha ! Very Happy
To keep them, copy these files in your pet package to overwrite the previous.
Personally, I'd like that.^^

Yes but first I need to edit the mime settings, en-masse - lots of them have weird associations ... nearly all video files are set to open with ffconvert by default, for example! Would you know how to do this?

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