How can I make "double clik to run" the default behavior of a jar-file on Nautilus?
There is no "Open with OpenJDK Java 7 Runtime" on the "Open with" tab under Properties.
I've seen this issue on both computers I've installed fedora 18 beta on, both fresh install and after all updates. Double clicking a text file in nautilus often doesn't open nautilus, instead there's just a busy cursor for a minute and nothing happens. If I double click the file again it will open. This is incredibly annoying.
I'm running Fedora 20 with Gnome 3.12. Recently, I installed KDE via yum but decided to stick with Gnome. Ever since installing KDE, the xdg-open and gnome-open commands do not open files with the associated applications but will instead open Nautilus, selecting the file.
I tried setting Foxit reader for Windows as my default pdf viewer in ubuntu 11.10. When I try double-clicking a pdf file in Nautilus I get a file not found error. I can open foxit and drag a file onto the foxit window but I would like to be able simply to double-click a file like all other programs.
Has anyone set a wine program as the default program for any file?
Hi. This happened after some pacman -Suy, but I noticed just now.gvfs-open, xdg-open, clicking on a downloaded file in Firefox or transmission-gtk opens a containing directory in nautilus and highlights the file instead of opening it.Clicking the file in Nautilus does open the file.
When I'm using PCManFM, I sometimes do the following. I right-click in an empty place in ~/, and choose Make new... --> Empty File. I type some text in it, like 'blabalballabl', and then I save it, e.g., as test.
Now, I double-click this file. Leafpad won't open the file, but instead PCManFM will say that the file is executable. It then asks if I want to execute the file or not.