Globally busted MIME in 2.7.90
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Thu Aug 12 13:46:04 PDT 2004
On Thu, 2004-08-12 at 16:40, Christopher Nehren wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 12, 2004 at 13:23:43 EDT, Joe Marcus Clarke scribbled these
> curious markings:
> > That just seems wrong. I have not seen this at all. I wonder if this
> > is all based on the Catalog problem (or at least the same code base). I
> > found another bug on this:
> I'm going to try installing FreeBSD and GNOME 2.7 in an emulator to see
> if it happens from a clean setup.
Okay. That couldn't hurt.
> > > Also, if I try to associate /usr/X11R6/bin/gedit with C files in the "Open
> > > With" tab under the Properties dialog of a .c file, it doesn't show up in the
> > > list view of that tab.
> > Okay, this is known issue. It won't show up immediately, but if you
> > close the Properties window then re-open it, gedit will be there.
> Not for me. It refuses to add or change anything. If I associate gedit
> with a .c file, close the properties dialog, and try to open the file, I
> get the "Couldn't display $file." error. Upon reopening the dialog, it
> still shows me the "No applications selected" message.
> Sigh. Any tips on running Nautilus under gdb? :-)
Edit your current session, and remove Nautilus, then, run gdb nautilus.
From the (gdb) prompt, type run. From there, you're running Nautilus in
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