Bug#507074: nautilus: No desktop for new or existing users
Todd A. Jacobs
tjacobs-kw-reportbug.e56379 at codegnome.org
Fri Nov 28 16:45:44 UTC 2008
Nautilus is supposed to be launched automatically by gnome. If it is
segfaulting, then it isn't going to run. The --no-desktop flag was for
testing, so as not to clutter the issue with irrelevancies.
You get the exact same result if you *don't* pass the flag:
Initializing gnome-mount extension
Initializing nautilus-open-terminal extension
seahorse nautilus module initialized
so under no circumstances can SIGSEV be considered "expected behavior."
For testing, though, you need to launch nautilus manually, because AFAIK
there is no way to attach to the process when it is being launched by
the gnome session manager.
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