Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 180966
Nautilus crashes when replacing existing files in directory
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:23 EST
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Description of problem:
Nautilus crashes when trying to replace existing files in folder.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. In users home directory, create there some subdirectory, for example test
2. Goto ~/test/ and create there for example two text files a.txt and b.txt (I created them with some content, but problem occures also with empty files)
3. Goto home directory ~/ and create(or copy from above created directory) there files with same names, that is in my example case a.txt and b.txt
4. In home directory select now both created files and go to ~/test/ directory and try to paste files there. (there should already be files with same names)
5. In dialog opened select "replace"
Actual Results: Nautilus shows "blank" error dialog with just "close" and "Inform Developers" buttons visible. No additional text is shown. Nautilus terminates after closing error dialog.
Expected Results: Files shoud be successfully copied to new location, overwriting the
All above described steps were done using Nautilus 2.13.3 that came in
Fedora core 5 test 2. No updates applied.
It seems to work for me with the latest nautilus in test3. Does it still crash
For me it works also ok when I updated to FC 5 test 3.