Description of problem:
~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list can contain an entry for inode/directory type, listing by .desktop which applications should handle it. Upgrading from Fedora 14, this entry had listed gnome-nautilus-folder-handler.desktop. Because that does not come with nautilus anymore, my system started opening directories with the next valid .desktop, totem.desktop. It's hilarious trying to open the directory a file was saved to from Firefox, or having an inserted USB key auto-open in Totem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
My system at least, which used pre-upgrade to go from F14 to F15.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. have a ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list file
2. have an entry like "inode/directory=gnome-nautilus-folder-handler.desktop;phatch.desktop;f-spot-import.desktop;totem.desktop;gthumb-importer.desktop;gthumb.desktop;"
3. do not have /usr/share/applications/gnome-nautilus-folder-handler.desktop anymore.
4. try inserting a USB key that should auto-open, or try using Open Containing Folder in Firefox.
Something other than Nautilus (given my system and the provided line, totem) tries to open the directory.
Either the mimeapps.list was updated with the current .desktop files for Nautilus, or that gnome-nautilus-folder-handler.desktop was still provided.
Removing the inode/directory line corrects the problem for me.
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