Description of problem:
When I visit /mnt/c/Documents and Settings/The Source/My Documents using
launcher on desktop and then press up button, nautilus tries to enter
/mnt/c/Documents and Settings/The Source directory but closes immediatly. I
tried to strace the problem but when I launch nautilus with strace like this:
strace -o naut.log nautilus "/mnt/c/Documents and Settings/The Source/My
Documents" and then press up button all works properly. I even tried launcher
with strace command but no good - with strace all is fine. I don't know what's
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
always when started with desktop launcher (directory type) in /mnt/c/Documents
and Settings/The Source/My Documents
Steps to Reproduce:
The launcher is link type, not directory, sorry
This happens only if up button is pressed. If I modify /mnt/c/Documents and
Settings/The Source/My Documents to /mnt/c/Documents and Settings/The Source in
address string then all is fine
Very strange. Are you sure it actually crashes? The nautilus in FC5 does close
the window sometimes when you try to load a non-existing directory (FC6 doesn't
do this). Do you get a bug-buddy crash warning? Does the desktop and other
nautilus window also die?
What if you go to "The Source" and press reload?
Looks like it is not crash but window close as you say. But of cource I do not
open non-existing directory. If I go to The Source and press reload all is fine.
Bug happens only if I access My Documents from link type launcher (the one that
has URL parameter instead of command) on desktop and then press up button.
Man, I like this system. :)
I restarted my PC and nautilus stoped closing window. Now it dislays everything
properly. I'm confused. What could happen&
Spent about 15 minutes in system and bug returned
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