Re: Nautilus crashing outside my home directory


You are right, it was an installation problem. It was because in my distribution Nautilus is not installed by default in the Gnome package and I have to install it manually. Anyway, I'm going to switch to Red Hat 8, which comes with Gnome 2.

Thanks for your help.


At 12:07 AM 1/5/2003 -0500, James Willcox wrote:
On Sat, 2003-01-04 at 14:28, Andre Dias Dutra wrote:
> Hi fellows,
> I'm using Nautilus 1.0.6 with Gnome 1.4. The application works fine when
> I'm browsing folders in my home directory. However, every time I try to
> access a folder outside my home tree (for example /usr) Nautilus
> crashes. Starting it from a terminal, I got the follwing message after
> the crash:
> nautilus: error while loading shared libraries: nautilus: undefined
> symbol: eel_string_list_prepend
> Can somebody help me on solving this problem? Is this a known bug in
> this version?

Sounds to me like you have a hosed installation; a mismatched
eel/nautilus version, I would wager.  FWIW, you should really upgrade to is improved quite a bit.


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