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Old 05-17-2013, 04:02 AM   #1
shamik76
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Question Gnome 3.8 and Cinnamon 1.8 conflict


I installed gnome 3.8 under arch linux 3.9.2 kernel and it is working without problem. Later I installed cinnamon 1.8. Now when I start a pure gnome session the default file manager becomes nemo instead of nautilus, also when I open settings from gnome menu cinnamon control center instead of gnome control center opens. Is there a way to restore my default gnome settings and can I make both of them work together without conflict?
 
  


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