[TriLUG] Redhat 9 / Gnome / Nautilus Question
abockover.trilug at aaronbock.net
Wed Sep 10 16:23:56 EDT 2003
I know this was really annoying the first time I used RH 9. I hate
You can still turn nautilus "off" by not allowing it to draw the
desktop. Then all you need to do is *not* run nautilus.
Set this key to zero in the GNOME configuration:
That is, run gconf-editor from the command line, and navigate to
apps->nautilus->preferences and scroll down... uncheck "show_desktop"
You may have to log out and then log in again for the change to take
On Wed, 2003-09-10 at 15:30, Scott Chilcote wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> Does anyone know of a way to disable Nautilus in Redhat 9?
> It used to be possible to do this in the preferences in earlier versions
> of Redhat, but I don't see a way to do it now. More ominously, when I
> search on this topic I see phrases like "unlike earlier versions,
> Nautilus is fully integrated into Gnome 2"...
> More to the point, I'd like to free up the function keys Nautilus grabs.
> An application I need to run fails because Nautilus grabs at least F1
> for its own purposes (help browser). I don't see any preferences
> options relating to this in Nautilus.
> Thanks for any pointers!
> Scott C.
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