Description of problem:
After installing control-center-extra with yum, after reboot nautilus tries to spawn unsuccessfully and indefinitely until it crashes.
Other menus and functions remain accessible, but the gnome panel is filled with "Starting file manager" entries.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Dependencies updated :
yum install control-center-extra
Steps to Reproduce:
1.yum install control-center-extra
Doesn't break nautilus !
Fixable by :
yum erase control-center-extra
yum downgrade control-center control-center-filesystem gnome-desktop
This was reported on linuxquestions.org and I reproduced it in a vmware image.
I posted the fix after testing.
The problem quoted was am issue with something, but the range is so wide it isn't worth worrying about.
after updating everything to current, the control-center-extra package installs with no issues, on my system.
waiting for feedback on other systems now.
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I didn't have an issue with this, others did and I found a way out (for them). Regard this as an issue with conflicts between trying to install and broken packages. As I mentioned, it worked if you updated fully before the install.
I'm closing this ticket.