Re: Get nautilus OFF OF MY SYSTEM!!!

You can always just unistall Nautilus.


On 07 May 2001 16:45:19 -0600, E. Joshua Rigler wrote:
> I use Ximian 1.4 and "classic gnome" for my default desktop, but I can't
> even request help in the Gnome calculator without it starting Nautilus,
> which actually starts about 15 instances of Nautilus, using 100's of
> MB's of my memory, and bogging my system down. I can't even type
> "killall nautilus", because while it does kill all instances, they all
> start back up again in a few seconds!  The only way I know how to get
> back to normal is to log out and back in again...this is not even
> remotely acceptable!
> How do I force gnome apps to use the old defaults for help-file
> viewing?  Better yet, has anyone got a sure-fire way to remove ALL
> references to Nautilus?  I do almost everything through my X-terminals,
> or simple menus, so I will NEVER, EVER, EVER want to use this program,
> even IF all the bugs get worked out.  It is just looks much too similar
> to Micro-sucks Win-blows Exploder!
> I really do prefer GNOME (sawfish) to KDE, and other alternatives, so
> please don't tell me there's no solution to my problem.
> -EJR
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