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sijp
23rd July 2004, 11:49 PM
Hi,

I have this realy annoying problem when sometimes the nautilus crashes. I had the same problem with the file-roller so I removed it. but the problem still exists in other things such as when I move a file to a directory which contains a file with the same name - it crashes giving me the error:


Application "nautilus" (process 9286) has crashed
due to a fatal error.
(Segmentation fault)

I have no idea what is wrong - when I use the terminal these problems do not occur so I guess its a configuration problemin gnome.

please tell me what to do...

Shlomi.

deuch
24th July 2004, 01:07 AM
do you use FC1 or FC2 ???

deuch

sijp
24th July 2004, 01:36 AM
Fedora Core 1
Gnome 2.4

thanks

sijp
24th July 2004, 03:16 AM
during the last crash there was an output to the file "session-errors":


** (nautilus:11000): WARNING **: not copying metadata
* setting Workstation Common to not installed
* base references package prctl which doesn't exist
* setting GNOME to not installed
* core references package yaboot which doesn't exist
* core references package efibootmgr which doesn't exist
* core references package elilo which doesn't exist
* core references package s390utils which doesn't exist
* core references package ppc64-utils which doesn't exist
* setting Server to not installed
* development-tools references package dev86 which doesn't exist
* network-server references package pxe which doesn't exist
* setting KDE to not installed
* italian-support references package aspell-it which doesn't exist
* sendmail-0:8.12.10-1.1.1.i386 not installed in group Mail Server
('ORBit2', '2.8.2')

sijp
24th July 2004, 10:24 AM
OK I am thinking I should upgrade my gnome.
I saw two options : download the rpms and install them all - or download the source and build it from scratch. the problem is both are painful. the rpms are mixed up and I need to select and download the relevent ones and I don't have a clue for building it from scratch.

what is the best way to simply upgrade gnome?

Thanks in advance.
Shlomi

NeilO
25th July 2004, 07:37 AM
Have you tried using Synaptic?

foolish
25th July 2004, 01:43 PM
We had someone else in here with weird nautilus problems, have a look at the thread and how we managed to get to the bottom of it: http://www.fedoraforum.org/forum/showthread.php?t=18296