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Re: FC3: Gnome desktop seems to have disappeared



Le vendredi 17 décembre 2004 à 23:17 -0500, Andrew Choens a écrit :
> On Fri, 2004-12-17 at 17:46 +0100, Bertrand wrote:
> > I have the same problem as previously reported by Dave (see here).
> > Unfortunately my desktop is not turning back 80% of the time like
> > Dave's. By 80% I mean that, from time to time, when I restart the
> > computer, I get the desktop back but most of the time nothing. By
> > nothing I mean my panel, etc, seem to be in place but I don't see My
> > computer, trash, etc. icons and I have no wallpaper. Nautilus does not
> > launch if i try to. I have not been able to see any error messages.
> > 
> > I am running FC3 standard with all the up2date applied and no SELinux.
> > This is a clean scratch FC3 install. During 2 weeks i did not have
> > that problem. It appeared a couple of days ago and I have been unable
> > to find a solution.
> > 
> > Bertrand
> > 
> > 
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> I have seen nautilus behave like this when it is started without some of
> the GNOME services being started.  GNOME 2.6 introduced some background
> stuff that had to be working for some GNOME apps to find their themes.
> Can you make everything behave if you force a change in the theme from
> the theme manager?
> 
> Or, if there's nothing there that you are 100% attached to, try
> deleting .gnome and .gnome2 to see if it was just some silly config file
> somewhere.
> 
> just some ideas.  I have NO idea if any of them are worth anything.
> --andy
> 

I have tried your idea: changing themes, deleting .gnome, .gnome2
and .gnome2_private. I've also tried to delete .gconf and .nautilus
But the problem is still there. 
I really don't know what to do. Anyone has an idea ?






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