Description of problem:
For some reason nautilus crashed, restarted and showed a desktop without icons despite the gnome-tweak-tool setting 'have file manager handle the desktop`.
I had to run gnome-tweak-tool again, unset the setting and re-set the setting for icons to show up again.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
no icons shown anymore
icons shown according to tweak-tool-setting
nautilus general protection ip:335c233484 sp:7fffa464ddf0 error:0 in libgobject-2.0.so.0.2800.8.#prelink#.opqrfy (deleted)[335c200000+4c000]
Please note gnome-tweak-tool is not supported.
Also, can you please post some repro steps? Otherwise it may look like a random crash due to running prelink or after system upgrade with running processes on the old codebase.
It is not a gnome-tweak-tool issue, g-t-t just does configuration, right?
`The gui` then implememnts behaviour according to those settings and g-t-t is not needed anymore.
Old codebase? We are on F15 with all updates, updated at least once a week,
Booted every few weeks.
No, this does not happen regularly.
And no, I did not see a pattern yet.
Only that the g-t-t settings are not honoured.
And that is not a g-t-t issue as g-t-t was and is not runnign as long as I do not invoke it.
It caught my eye that also the screensaver does not actvivate anymore after 10 minutes, the time I set it to.
Causation? Not yet.
But just in case: of course the 'system settings' (where are the real system settings and my personal preferences as in F14?) are not supported?
They aren't even active for 99.98% of the time.
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