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Old 09-19-2004, 02:32 PM   #1
cydermaster
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Nautilus not loading automatically


Hi,

yesterday I tried reading a CDR which turned out to be faulty. Nautilus got its knickers in a twist, and a dialog box appeared which, IIRC, had an option to exit nautilus compeatly, or restart nautilus. I chose the restart option. All that happened was that the 'start/task bar' vanished, and the comp hung. After 10mins waiting, I pressed ctrl-alt-del a couple of times, and the comp rebooted.

After logging in, I was presented with the TWM window manager. I can start nautilus from xterm, but it seems to be running 'under' TWM, with all the associated uglyness, and no task bar.

Help!

How do I get my nautilus desktop back?

I've googled & fiddled around, but can't get it back.

Thanks in advance,
Dan

(BTW: Fedora2, GDM 2.6.0.0)
 
  


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