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Old 14th July 2008, 08:40 PM
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Fedora 8 - trouble with "file" dialog boxes after update...

I did a Yum update last night...

Now whenever an application needs to view the file system, such as when you attach a file via Yahoo mail (and it opens a file manager-like dialog box) the application hangs.

It doesn't matter whether it's the web browser (Firefox or OpenOffice, or the Disk Usage Analyzer application (scan folder button)...whichever app tries to open a window showing the file system locks up.

Where do I begin?


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