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Re: troubles with nautilus on x86_64



Ben Steeves said:
> On Wed, 2004-05-05 at 15:33, csm moongroup com wrote:
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>> So it's now the middle of the week and there has been no activity on the
>> bug report I made about nautilus. It's important (to me at least) that
>> people realize that this is a BLOCKER bug because gnome is not usable
>> with this bug in place. You only get about half the environment and as
>> wwe are approaching the freeze point it would seem that *THIS* kind of
>> bug would be quite interesting.
>
> Does this happen if you log in with a newly created user, with nothing
> in their home directory?  I've had Nautilus crash on startup because of
> cruft lying around in my .gnome and .gnome2 directories.

It was a fresh install with no existing home directories at all. The
upstream author (who I notified) suggested that we might want to figure
out why the package is trying to link against /usr/lib instead of
/usr/lib64.

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