On Sun, Jan 19, 2014 at 12:27:25AM +0100, Reindl Harald wrote:
Am 18.01.2014 23:54, schrieb Richard Z:
>> did you create ~/.kde/share/mimelnk/video/x-pana.desktop by hand?
>> if yes why?
> yes - did not find any other way.
Some progress - got it working, though it feels very hackish at the
moment. None of the recipes or books that were on the internet seems
There is an undocumented "kmimetypefinder" program that can be run
from commandline and apparently displays what kde thinks the file
In my case it displayed "application/x-extension-mts.xml", a strace
did reveal that this comes from
I have moved that file to ~/.local/share/mime/video/mts.xml and edited
it to contain mimetype video/mp4.
Now "kmimetypefinder *.mts" says
kmimetypefinder(27645) KMimeType::findByUrlHelper: Glob file refers to
"application/x-extension-mts" but this mimetype does not exist!
and dolphin works as expected. Looking again at the strace it seems
that the application/x-extension-mts.xml was the problem and removing
it would be enough to fix the problem.
How do I find out where application/x-extension-mts.xml was generated
from? How do I override it properly?
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