Re: torrent 'unknown' when looked via nautilus t Re: application/x-gmc-link


  This can be tracked to . Nautilus  does not know about this (basic) type. You would need to update shared-mime-info to list the icon ( not present atleast on my fedora box ), and possibly update the mime_type_map to list the type.

from  nautilus/libnautilus-private/nautilus-file.c

6182 struct {
6183         const char *icon_name;
6184         const char *display_name;
6185 } mime_type_map[] = {
6186         { "application-x-executable", N_("Program") },
6203 static char *
6204 get_basic_type_for_mime_type (const char *mime_type)
6205 {
6206         char *icon_name;
6207         char *basic_type = NULL;


On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 2:45 PM, shirish शिरीष <shirishag75 gmail com> wrote:
Hi all,
A nautilus user here. I have been observing this for quite some time.
Torrent files are 'unknown' when looked via nautilus.

I looked via file and it gives correct info. of a torrent file.

$ file
BitTorrent file

Looking at it via Nautilus gives an 'unknown' filetype as can be seen
from (bug just filed in the debian

          Shirish Agarwal  शिरीष अग्रवाल
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