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Old 09-02-2004, 01:41 AM   #1
Schrambo
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Distribution: Debian Slackware CentOS
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gnome has lost its program associations :(


Last night while I was doing about a zillion things at once my machine locked up and I had to reboot. Everything seemed fine but now all filetypes have lost their program assosiateions. For example when you execute a file like a .torrent or .mpg it won't run in the program that it used to. it now keeps asking.

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There is no action associated with "filename.extension".

You can configure GNOME to associate applications with file types. Do you want to associate an application with this file type now?

Cancel / Associate Program
I have tried numerous times to recify this problem by assosiating programs but gnome simply does not save the changes I make.

At the moment .torrents are being seen as "plain text documents" along with a whole lot of other filetypes. and even archives of .zip .rar. tgz and .tar.gz.

So atm I am having to start the program up myself and then open the file from within the program instead of just simply executing the filetype.

Does anybody have any ideas on how I can resolve this? Its really fustrating.

My OS Specs
Slackware 10
Kernel 2.4.26 (provided with slack 10)
Dropline Gnome 2.6.1
 
  


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