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Old 07-14-2004, 07:02 AM   #1
Registered: Jan 2004
Location: Poland
Distribution: FreeBSD 5.1
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Gnome (gnome commander) and file assosacion

I am using the newest gnome commander (on icewm) and I dont know how to associate some applications with file extensions. For example I want this program to open .mp3 files with xmms, but it always opens it in mpg123 or mplayer. I've got a file menu when I click on it using mouse right button, and then I can find there "Open with" label, but sometimes, there are no alternative apps. How to add it there? Please help me, because gnome-commander is actually very fast and usable file manager.


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