Konqueror falsely recognizes that a folder ( /etc/apache2/vhosts.d) is of type text/x-dsrc instead of correctly recognizing it as inode/directory - hence you cannot right click and open in a tab as a folder
Dolphin also recognizes that folder as type text/x-dsrc but at least it can open that folder in a tab.
So any ideas on how to get Konqueror to recognize that folders with a *.d ( like conf.d , ssl.crt etc ) are actually folders ?
I am fully aware of that, but when some GUI application says it isn’t a directory, the first thing I would do is check it directly without any interference of a GUI. Only after that confirms that it is what it should be, I would do the next steps in finding out what is wrong with that silly GUI application.
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First, I do not see this on LEAP 15.0 (I specialy started Konqueror for this and managed to find out how to use it as file manager, I normaly use Dolphin for that).
As this happens in both applications, my guess is that it is a central KDE thing. And as for KDE the connection between file name patterns (like having a suffix .d) is configured in System Settings > Applications > File associations (rough translation back from Dutch), I went there and searched for x-dsrc. To my surprise there is such an MIME type there, it is described: D-source code (whatever that may be). And it is connected to the file patterns *.d and *.di.
So far so good. But I am with you when you say that this only should count when it is about a normal file, and not about a directory. I have no explanation for that.
Can i remove that mime type ? I have never worked on ony D Source Code …
Any idea where that central location is to remove this x-dsrc mime type ? So that it would not interfere with konqueror or dolphin ?
I am running opensuse 42.3 with xfce.
I do not know about xfce, you should try to find the equivalent of what I have describes about KDE.
But then, I am not sure that will help. The application should first decide if it is a directory or not. Once it thinks it is a normal file, it will go for x-dsrc, but then we are already past the problem point.
Again, I am not an XFCE user, but as it seems to be a desktop , thus user configuration/environment thing, you could create a fresh user and see if it happens there also. This is more of a basic trial when somebody reposts things that other users can not reproduce.