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Re: How to get rid of nautilus (try deux)



On Tue, 2008-12-09 at 16:49 -0800, Geoffrey Leach wrote:
> I'd like to not run nautilus on the desktop in Fedora 10. In Fedora 9,
> removing it from .gnome2/session worked, but now it is no longer 
> mentioned there. Any suggestions?

Do you just mean stopping Nautilus from drawing the desktop display?  Or
just stop it drawing some things onto the desktop.

You can run gconf-editor  
Navigate into its /apps/nautilus/desktop
Turn off some "visible" options.

Navigate into its /apps/nautilus/desktop
Turn off a "show desktop" option (for a more extreme option).

That'll give you a blank desktop, though Nautilus is still available as
a file browser application.

If you mean changing window managers, that's another thing.  Someone
else might be able to advise on that.  If you still want to run Gnome,
but differently.

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