On Thu, 7 Jun 2012 13:01:01 -0700 (PDT) Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...> wrote: > > I looked in /usr/sbin/update-mime. It allows local > > customization using /etc/update-mime.conf. The problem is that it is > > expected to file only - not folder. Potentially, such a collision can occur > > if the user will have its own configuration. > > > > The second thing is that some files are in /opt/trinity/lib/mime/packages - > > for example kate-trinity, konqueror-trinity, kdfp-trinity), > > and some are in /usr/lib/mime/packages - for example kedit-trinity, > > ktnef-trinity. > > > > The location should therefore be united. And the question is > > whether will be easier to use system location /usr/lib/mime or juggle the > > configuration for location in /opt/trinity/lib/mime? > > I don't use Chromium. Are there other apps that can help test this problem? > > Second, is this a bug with update-mime more than Trinity? Or a Chromium problem? > > Third, how do we build packages such that parts are installed in /usr and parts in /opt/trinity? Fourth, is this distro-specific? My system has neither update-mime nor /usr/lib/mime, suggesting that this utility is not universal.