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; starts a comment. So a line starting with ; is ignored. And probably nautilus overwrites the config file at close. So you should stop nautilus, delete the ; and start nautilus again.
The process name is nautilus. Nautilus contains its own code to copy files, this code is executed inside the nautilus process, not in a subprocess. You can see for yourself what subprocesses Nautilus runs by logging its system calls with strace: strace -f -o /tmp/nautilus.strace nautilus The clone system call creates new processes (it's a generalization ...
To put the icon on the dock: $ xdg-mime default nautilus.desktop inode/directory application/x-gnome-saved-search Then: $ nautilus Once Nautilus opens, put the icon on the dock and delete the phanteaom icon.
I finally figured out the actual answer when I read the wikipedia entry for XZ (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xz): One can think of xz as a stripped-down version of the 7-Zip program. xz has its own file format rather than the .7z format used by 7-Zip (which lacks support for Unix-like file system metadata). It is in fact okay to have millions ...
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