openbox nautilus

Post was not sent – check your email addresses! I’ll try it out on some more computers before I edit the answer because it seems weird Click OK on Application Shortcut window. One application I gained a new respect for was Nautilus, the file manager in Gnome [versus Thunar]. I’ll have a go anyway – all in the name of science!!

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The Nautilus File Manager in a non-Gnome desktop environment – Xfce, LXDE, KDE, etc.

However what has changed since then is that Nautilus is now able to work as a standalone FM without trying to takeover the “desktop”, and oppenbox such it really has a lot going for it.

It was quite a pleasant experience although I couldn’t switch long term. Go to the Software Centre. And it has a keyboard command – F3.

How to install Nautilus on KDE: Nautilus is now installed on a fresh Bonsai install and is doing fine. Want to know which application is best for the job? It will open ‘System Icon Theme’. A workaround is to let the file manager set the background but set the alpha to zero.


Openbox and Nautilus

I need to set –no-desktop via gconf for nautilus, I use OpenBox. That is nautiljs much what the system menu does anyway If you need a right-click menu which also does that: Remember these are owned by root so you’ll need to open with gksu or sudo.

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The command for this is. I just wonder how to figure out the rest? Changed over to Xfce and really don’t like Thunar at all. It also uses hsetroot to set wallpaper. Hi Hootie, You have misread: Replaced ‘pcmanfm’ in my desktop launchers with ‘nautilus –no-desktop’ and unchecked “mount removable media automatically” in ‘pcmanfm’ to get rid of a DBus error message.

Nup, gotta say, given Nautilus a week now and it has been fired. Log out, then back in.

What’s causing this and how do I stop it? Might make it standard in Scorpio – got to make it a bit different to VillageBox!! Adding launchers to the desktop from the menu works, also creating new launchers with lxshortcut, except you have to manually mark them as executable. I suppose lxde will switch to GTK 3 in time. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. It is quite configurable, doesn’t have the bloat of Thunar and doesn’t try to invade your “desktop” like Nautilus.


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I have Nautilus installed with a launcher, but would like to make it the default and get rid of Thunar. So I haven’t delved into all the background options – yet. Go to ‘Panel Settings’.

Help:Using Openbox in GNOME

Much more importantly, Anything that launches nautilus another way wont use –no-desktop. I have done some more with Nautilus. Views Help page Discussion View source History.

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