Hello. I have a question to ask you regarding Linux Ubuntu v.11.10 64-bit.
How do you set the defaults for Linux Ubuntu v.11.10 64-bit for:
1. associating a SPECIFIC 'program' as the default for ALL file types and protocols it can open (Example: Firefox web browser) and having the user's ability to change a 'program' as the default for ALL file types and protocols it can open at a later time too?
2. associating a SPECIFIC 'file type or protocol' with a program where it will always open a specific program (Example: *.jpg for opening Google's Picasa or http://
for opening Firefox web browser) and having the user's ability to change a SPECIFIC 'file type or protocol' with a program at a later time too? This is almost the inverse of number 1 above.
3. associating autoplay-like or autostart-like features or functions by SPECIFIC 'type or classification' (Example: Audio CD or DVD Movie; not necessarily a SPECIFIC program selection -- 'different' from number 1) with a program and the user's ability to change the 'type or classification' with a program at a later time too?
I am not sure if such default program features or functions, file type or protocol, and/or type or classifications are even available as user customizable 'built-in' functions or features native to Linux Ubuntu v.11.10? ...or I would need to install a separate program/program package from one of the respected repositories of Ubuntu Software Center, have to manually install a downloaded file from a website with instllation instructions, or even run some text based command lines via apt-get thru Terminal, .etc.? Please explain the means to install if not documented from your source.