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    Lightbulb Is there a Gzip installer that I could install ?

    Trying to make things easier I have a question about the linux desktop interface .. is direct package installed that I could use opening it on files using the right click method from windows ? "open with" / "chosen freeware" = click !

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    Chris Maaskant NNTP User

    Default Re: Is there a Gzip installer that I could install ?

    Cypher7 wrote:

    >
    > Trying to make things easier I have a question about the linux desktop
    > interface


    The linux desktop interface can be a lot of things, KDE,GNOME, windowmaker
    to name but a few.

    > .. is direct package installed that I could use opening it on
    > files using the right click method from windows ? "open with" / "chosen
    > freeware" = click !
    >

    I use Dolphin on KDE4.3 to manage my files, it has this functionality build
    in i believe, just like nautilus (another filemanager) on GNOME.

    Example: http://tinyurl.com/mhzx7n

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    Chris Maaskant

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    Default Re: Is there a Gzip installer that I could install ?

    In openSUSE it is called 1-click and you will find that any package in the Build Service is available that way. You should avoid using any packages that are not openSUSE builds whether official or community unless you are a Linux expert and really know what you are doing.

    Alternatively look for 'file associations' to ensure a file is opened by your chosen program.
    Last edited by john_hudson; 12-Sep-2009 at 10:39. Reason: Additional comment

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