Adjust /etc/gnome/defaults.list for Stretch
gnome-session (3.20.1-2) unstable; urgency=medium * Drop /usr/share/gnome/applications/defaults.list symlink and install /etc/gnome/defaults.list to /usr/share/applications/gnome-mimeapps.list instead, as the xdg spec is allowing desktop specific default applications. If /etc/gnome/defaults.list was modified by the system administrator, the file is moved to /etc/xdg/gnome-mimeapps.list during the upgrade. This seems to fix default apps when running gnome-shell as a wayland compositor, as the 55gnome-session_gnomerc is not sourced in that case. -- Laurent Bigonville <email@example.com> Tue, 17 May 2016 02:02:11 +0200
Adjust to the move of /etc/gnome/defaults.list in Stretch.
I'm not sure we can override existing entries via /etc/xdg/gnome-mimeapps.list,
without forking the entire original file. Let's see. At least it should fix the
Adjust default web browser customization: GNOME in Debian now defaults to Firefox ESR (refs: #11440).
AppArmor gnome abstraction: allow reading /etc/xdg/*-mimeapps.list.
I've submitted this upstream already:
#1 Updated by intrigeri over 3 years ago
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... and indeed, the ISO build is now broken due to this move. I've tried something in daeb26c, but we'll need to test if this works, i.e. whether 1. it's taken into account (Tor Browser is the default GNOME web browser e.g. when clicking URLs); and 2. it does not kill the other file associations set up in