[Wine]Re: Starting Linux apps from Windows app (was: Re: wine & mime types)
rainer at hochreiter.at
Mon May 9 05:52:19 CDT 2005
On Thu, 05 May 2005 21:17:31 -0300, penna wrote:
(hope this is correct)
> OK, It's possible and works very fine when you right-click at the
> document. See below.
> I did the following 2 steps:
i followed your instructions regarding pdf and everything works
fine! great hint - thanks a lot!
> I already have system.reg entries for various extensions (DOC,
> SXW, XLS, SXC, ZIP, HTM, JPG, etc) and their respectives "executables".
> You have to be careful with some tricks like the $TMP and $TMPDIR
> that are modified by wine.
i am very interested in such entries to - especially in
office-like entries, which allow me to use open-office for
one technical question:
what are these "magic" numbers behind the registry keys?
> You can have lots of informations if you put at the end of the
> "executable" script an entry like: "env >> $LOG" to see the environment
> variables and anything you like.
> If this helps I'd like to know because we can exchange new
> "executables" for other extensios (mimes)/entries.
> One more tip for lotus notes. You can also modify your browser
> settings in order to start a linux browser when you get a HTTP link at
> the email. My notes is in portuguese (brazilian) so I'm figuring out the
> path/location of the parameters in english .... you have to choose (at
> the right side at the end of the notes window) something like:
> Office->Edit current->Internet browser. At the "internet browser" choose
> "Other" and then navigate through the file system in order to find the
> "mozilla.exe" shell script below (put it somewhere else). There is no
> need for a system.reg entry.
thanks for the mozilla tip also, but i have already configured
to use firefox as internet browser!
> I have a more sofisticated script. If you want, please let me
what kind of script do you mean? a more mozilla sophisticated script?
Email: rainer at hochreiter.at
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