On Thu, May 15, 2003 at 12:11:03PM +0200, mcINEK wrote: > W li?cie z czw, 15-05-2003, godz. 11:54, Wouter Verhelst pisze: > > If you already parsed mailcap into mc's configuration, you should've > > seen this (picking out a random one): > > > > application/vnd.sun.xml.draw; openoffice '%s'; edit=openoffice '%s'; test=test "$DISPLAY" != "" ; description="OpenOffice.org 1.0 Drawing"; nametemplate=%.sxd > > > > Take extra care to the 'test' parameter. > > > > > Could be posible run ie. links in mc and galeon in nautilus by the same > > > run-mailcap command? > > > > If you can create a test to accomplish that, sure. > > Yes, I've seen it. BUT... > > This is galeon entry in /etc/mailcap: > > text/html; /usr/bin/galeon '%s'; description=HTML Text; test=test -n > "$DISPLAY"; nametemplate=%s.html > > Even if I change it, to run links if not $DISPLAY it would be bad > solution. User can't choose which browser use. In addition, it's another > record from the same file. > > text/html; /usr/bin/mozilla '%s'; description=HTML Text; test=test -n > "$DISPLAY"; nametemplate=%s.html > > We see a conflict. It doesn't matter how many browser user installed, > always will be run galeon (it's above so it's first - am I right?). Yes. > The best solution, I think, is that galeon (mozilla, etc) shouldn't > provide a /etc/mailcap record, but just alternatives. And then in > /etc/mailcap should be (just ONE) record, like (sorry, I don't know > syntax) > > text/html; if DISPLAY run x-www-browser else run www-browser > > that's all. When user want to change one of browsers just use > update-alternatives --config. Here's your error: if you do that, it's not the user who can change his browser, but the system administrator. Those two are not always the same. However, there's a better way. From mailcap(5): FILES $HOME/.mailcap:/etc/mailcap:/usr/share/etc/mailcap:/usr/local/etc/mail- cap -- default path for mailcap files. In other words: you can create a ~/.mailcap, with the same syntax as /etc/mailcap, and copy your preferred entries from /etc/mailcap there -- or create new ones. -- Debian GNU/Linux -- http://www.debian.org Nederlandstalige Linux-documentatie -- http://nl.linux.org "An expert can usually spot the difference between a fake charge and a full one, but there are plenty of dead experts." -- National Geographic Channel, in a documentary about large African beasts.
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