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Ubuntu is automatically set up to view common file types. Table 12-1 shows which programs are required for viewing certain types of documents.
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Note Whenever you install new software from the installation CD or the official software repositories, it
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should add an entry to the Applications menu. If for some reason this doesn t happen, you can create a shortcut using the techniques explained in 10.
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Table 12-1. Common File Types
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OpenOffice.org Writer OpenOffice.org Calc OpenOffice.org Impress Evince File Roller Eye of GNOME Firefox Gedit Rhythmbox Totem
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Office OpenOffice.org Word Processor Office OpenOffice.org Spreadsheet Office OpenOffice.org Presentation Not on Applications menu1 Not on Applications menu1 Not on Applications menu1 Internet Firefox Web Browser Accessories Text Editor Sound & Video Rhythmbox Sound & Video Movie Player
Evince, File Roller, and Eye of GNOME are not present on the Applications menu. If you wish, you can add your own shortcuts for these applications by following the instructions in 10. Playback of many media files is only possible after extra software is installed. See s 18 and 19 for more information.
If you want to temporarily open a file type with a different program, right-click the file, select Open with Other Application, and choose the other program. From that point on, every time you right-click, you ll be offered the choice of that program to open the file. To make Nautilus automatically and permanently use the application to open the file type, right-click it and select Properties, and then click the Open With tab. Click the Add button to locate the application you wish to use if it s not in the list. Finally, ensure the radio button alongside the program you wish to use is highlighted (you may need to click twice for this to happen), as shown in Figure 12-7, and then click the Close button.
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Note Under Windows, you can use Windows Explorer to launch program executables by just browsing to
their locations within Program Files and double-clicking their .exe files. It s technically possible to run programs by browsing to their locations using Nautilus, but this is discouraged. One reason is that Ubuntu doesn t store all of its programs in one central folder, as does Windows. However, most programs that are used on a daily basis can be found in /usr/bin. If the program itself isn t stored in /usr/bin, it will contain a symbolic link (effectively, a shortcut) to the program s genuine location on the hard disk.
Figure 12-7. You can change which program opens a file by right-clicking, selecting Properties,
and clicking the Open With tab.
Accessing Windows Files
Running Ubuntu on your PC makes you a relative stranger in a world of Windows users. It s likely that you ll need to access Windows files on a regular basis. If you ve chosen to dual-boot with Windows, you might want to grab files from the Windows partition on your own hard disk. If your PC is part of a network, you might want to access files on a Windows-based server or workstation on which a shared folder has been created.
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Note Accessing shared printers attached to Windows computers is explained in 8, in the Configuring
a Windows/SMB Shared Printer section.
Working with Files in Windows Partitions
If you ve chosen to dual-boot Ubuntu with Windows on the same hard disk, Ubuntu will attempt to make your Windows partitions available automatically.
Note It s possible for an installation of Windows 2000 or XP to use FAT32 instead of NTFS, but this
requires the user to make a deliberate choice during setup. Unless you know your Windows 2000 or XP system has been formatted with FAT32, it s very likely that it is NTFS.
If the drive has automatically been made available, an icon for it should appear on the desktop. Double-clicking this should show your Windows partition contents. On a test system, the icon was identified by its partition designation, hda1. If you find that your Windows partition isn t visible, you can follow these instructions to make it visible. This involves mounting the Windows partition under your Ubuntu file system. Mounting is explained in more detail in 14.
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