Control of File Types in Ubuntu

Posted by remsai10 on Apr 15, 2010 8:04 PM EDT; By Delan Azabani
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Ubuntu uses advanced systems for detecting file types and associating them with applications, but it's not that hard to dive in and take some control over the formats. In this article you'll learn how Ubuntu identifies file types, how to use Assogiate to control these processes, using Ubuntu Tweak to associate types with applications and use Bless to inspect binary files.

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