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hello everyone. i was wondering how to configure suseplugger to launch :
kaffeine -p "AudioCd"
when i place a cd in my drive. at first, it wanted to use kscd by default. when i clicked configure, it just showed me a list of all the default apps for different media. i couldn't
select what i wanted so i just deleted the commands for the other apps and left
kaffeine -p "AudioCd"
i thought that might work but now suseplugger just mounts the cd without giving me a message box. i heard of .kde/share/config/susepluggerrc and /opt/kde3/share/config/kdeglobals
but i don't no how to configure either of them. here is a copy of them:
anyone tried this before? i figure there must be a way to set groups for audiocd and dvd and stuff i just don't no if the exact same syntax is used for different groups and i don't know what to call the groups. if anyone can help that would be great. thanks.
Hehe, there's a waaaaay easier way to change file associations. I'll assume since you're using Suse that you're running the KDE desktop. Open konqueror, click the "Settings" tab, then "Configure Konqueror." In the left hand column, click on "file associations." This is where you set ALL file associations. I believe for a cd, you need to go to "Application" and under that there should be an "x-cda" entry. This is where you choose what application will handle .cda files. These are cd audio tracks. Just click "Add" on the right hand side and find Kaffeine. Be sure to click "Apply" on the bottom right to apply the change. Also, you can change MP3 handlers, etc, in the audio tab. Cheers!