Re: [Nautilus-list] Running nautilus, gconfd and oafd
- From: Ramiro Estrugo <ramiro eazel com>
- To: Anthony Richardella <zorc3 netscape net>
- Cc: Nautilus <nautilus-list lists eazel com>
- Subject: Re: [Nautilus-list] Running nautilus, gconfd and oafd
- Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 09:04:57 -0700
[note i removed gnome-list gnome org from the cc]
I dont think this is a gconf or oaf problem. The oaf and gconf daemons,
run automagically when needed.
I think your problem has to do with some kind of weird shell thing. The
code that is causing this problem, looks something like:
system("cp -R foo bar")
and the error you are seeing looks like a shell problem.
Maybe this isnt the best way to populate the top directory. Or maybe
you have a shell problem. In either case you can file a bug for with as
much as you can about your environment and ill look at it.
Anthony Richardella wrote:
> I thought it might be cool to see if I could be nautilus running. I've got
> nautilus and all it's dependencies built. Before I start complaining about
> error messages, can someone enlighten me on how I'm supposed the configure and
> run the daemons and start nautilus? The doucumentation on gconf is very good
> about what it does. I'm just ignorant about how it make it do all that
> wonderful stuff.
> At the moment when I get,
> Trying dir /usr/local/developmental/share/oaf
> sh: syntax error near unexpected token `(n'
> sh: -c: line 1: `cp -R (null) /root/.nautilus/top'
> ** WARNING **: could not execute 'cp -R (null) /root/.nautilus/top'. Make
> sure you typed 'make install'
> ** ERROR **: file nautilus-file-utilities.c: line 155
> (nautilus_user_top_directory): should not be reached
> Abort (core dumped)
> Before I trace down what's going wrong, I'd like to know if I'm doings it
> right in the first place.
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