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Old 02-05-2007, 05:51 PM   #1
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Opening LIT files on Konqueror

Hi im new to, i use fedora core 6 and KDE i have a bunch of .lit files that i want to read, so i download the clit program and i compiled it, what the program does is extracting the components of the .lit file in to a dir, using this command from the konsole:

"clit filename.lit dirname/"

what i want to do is configuring konqueror to extract the lit file into a dir with the same name as the file by doubleclicking it.

this is what i do:
i went into preferences-configure konqueror-file associations, and created a new filetype MS Ebook, and on the aplication tab, i don't know how to put the right command.

I'll appreciate any sugestion.

Sorry for my spelling and writing. English is not my first language


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