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Old 28th January 2008, 09:18 AM
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Install nautilus scripts for all users?

I have been trying to create an rpm for nscripts from gnome-look.org, after some adjustments, and haven't been able to find out where nautilus is looking for global scripts. I have tried /usr/share/nautilus-scripts and /usr/share/nautilus/nautilus-scripts. At this point I'm open to suggestions.
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