File association on Linux are usually managed by the desktop environment,
and as usual settings are first taken from individual user configuration,
then from system wide default.
The package installation probably set the system wide default, but packages
can't change individual user settings.
If okular took default when lo was removed, it's in user settings, which
can't be overriden by packages...
Le 26 juin 2012 16:14, "webmaster-Kracked_P_P" <>
a écrit :

> A little while back, during one of the installs of LO on my Ubuntu 10.04
> system, for some reason the .odt file extension/mime was transfered to
> Okular.  I do not remember when this happened, but it must have been when I
> removed LO from my system to install the next line.
> The wonder I have is why .odt did not go back to using LO as its default
> package.
> Got any ideas why that would happen?  Why all the other ODF extension
> would default to LO and .odt staying with Ukular?
> I have changed this so LO is the default, but why did LO not make .odt one
> if its extensions/mimes?
> Actually, I think it happened when I went to 3.5.4 from 3.4.6. I do not
> remember it being that way before that, but my memory is a little off right
> now.
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