All the icons are displayed by nautilus, so if it
doesn't run, there are
Try, in a terminal (xterm, gnome-terminal):
ps ax | grep -i nautilus
If it is running, kill it:
killall -9 nautilus
and finally, restart it:
and see if it writes an error message that gives a clue.
This is what I get:
linux-7rtc:~ # nautilus &
linux-7rtc:~ # Initializing nautilus-open-terminal extension
Initializing nautilus-dice extension
** (nautilus:7062): WARNING **: Unable to add monitor: Operation not
(This last error message < Monitor ... operation not supported > it
seems, is a known Nautilus bug....Google search showed as much).
Also, if it is any help, at system boot-up (when I login as Normal
User, the following Error Message is displayed:
< Type mismatch: Expected `string' got `int' for key
But when I login as 'root' user, there is no such Error Message, and
all the Desktop icons are displayed & Nautilus also works fine. Is
there a way to copy the gnome configuration settings for the 'root'
user to the 'normal' user. If yes, I think it would solve the problem.
Defaults... I'm unsure, but you could delete the
to force a recreation.
What/ where are the configuration directories (I can just copy them to
another location as 'root' and put them back again if re-creation
Also, is it possible to uninstall & then re-install gnome desktop? I
see many gnome apps in 'Software Management', but no option to remove
gnome itself ?
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