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Re: Can't kill nautilus

On Sun, 9 Feb 2003, John Kodis wrote:

> I'd rather not have nautilus draw its icons on the desktop background.
> In 8.0 this could be disabled by clicking through "nautilus -> edit ->
> preferences -> desktop & trash", and de-selecting the "Use nautilus to
> draw the desktop" item.  Under 8.1, I cannot find any equivalent option.
> I've tried "killall nautilus && gnome-session-save" without success
> (the killall works, but nautilus gets resurrected anyway), and would
> rather not have to resort to "rm $( which nautilus )", since I like
> being able to start nautilus by clicking on the "Home folder" menu item.

gconftool-2 -s -t bool /apps/nautilus/preferences/show_desktop false

or use gconf-editor

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