Bug#531100: after startup, infinite number of nautilus "tabs" appear in the window list on the panel
joss at debian.org
Sat May 30 07:23:36 UTC 2009
Le samedi 30 mai 2009 à 02:54 +0200, Christoph Anton Mitterer a écrit :
> I have this problem on two systems, one a normal laptop (one screen) the
> other a dual head monitor system (two separate X screens, no Xinerama or
> something like this):
> After starting gnome, the window list on the panel gets filled up
> infinitely with nautilus "tabs", although it seems that only one
> nautilus process is running.
> This started with the recently uploaded 2.26 packages.
This is very unlikely to be caused by gnome-panel itself, it looks like
a bad interaction between nautilus and gnome-session.
Are you sure there are not nautilus processes that continuously start
and exit? Are there any error messages that repeat themselves
To link it with another bug, is nautilus managing the desktop? i.e. is
the /apps/nautilus/preferences/show_desktop GConf key set to true?
.''`. Josselin Mouette
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