Re: nautilus does not start anymore after trying to connect to smb


I debugged my nautilus problem a little bit further and now I am sure
the problem is within libeel. But unfortunately I don't understand what
it actually does.

In eel/eel-self-checks.c we have eel_before_check_function and
eel_after_check_function. I modified eel_after_check_function to also
print a string (finished) when it is called and if I start nautilus -c I

running nautilus_self_check_search_uri
running nautilus_self_check_file_utilities
running nautilus_self_check_file_operations
running nautilus_self_check_directory

So that means there is definitively something going wrong during the
But unfortunately I can't figure out what code is executed for this.
The macro calling eel_before_check_function and eel_after_check_function
looks like this:

#define EEL_CALL_SELF_CHECK_FUNCTION(function) \
        eel_before_check_function (#function); \
        function (); \
        eel_after_check_function ();

#endif /* EEL_SELF_CHECKS_H */

And here I am puzzled #function seems to be
nautilus_self_check_directory but what is called for function()????

If I new this I think I could debug a little bit further.

Thanks a lot, Fabian

On Wed, 2005-01-12 at 11:50 +0100, Alexander Larsson wrote:
> > 
> > After I found this out I reinstalled nautilus, but it still hangs the
> > same. 
> > 
> > Are there any global configuration / lock files for nautilus I might
> > have to remove?
> Not really. Alhough it does read (via gnome-vfs) some system-wide config
> files like /etc/fstab that can at times cause problems.
> The best way to debug this is to run nautilus under gdb and get a
> stacktrace of where it hangs.

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