New answers tagged mime-types
Thu Sep 3 01:31:53 BST 2015 In addition to the above (to automatically encrypt .asc files with ascii armor), epa-armor should be non-nil: Add to init.el: (setq epa-armor t) ``` epa-armor is a variable defined in `epa.el' Its value is t If non-nil, epa commands create ASCII armored output. You should bind this variable with `let', but do not set it ...
Bash Script that takes one parameter - a filename, and attempts to rename it based on its mime-type using the file command and the system mime.types file: #!/bin/bash # Set the location of your mime-types file here. On some OS X installations, # you may find such a file at /etc/apache2/mime.types; On some linux distros, # it can be found at ...
This is a known bug: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=343468 You can use a workaround as described in the #3 sudo sed -i 's:macroEnabled:macroenabled:g' /usr/share/mime/subclasses
Top 50 recent answers are included