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Access Nautilushelp (click on Files on top bar then select Help) and then navigate to Tips and questions > Templates for commonly-used document types: There is something missing from the documentation: you have to add your Templates location to your xdg-user-dirs, e.g. if you set your templates dir as ~/Templates you'll have to add the following line ...


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You could try running the identify command from imagemagick on each file holding an image. It may detect the corrupt file. Otherwise, if nautilus runs in the foreground and you can type Control-Z whilst it is outputting error messages you could then attach to the process with gdb -p and the process id to see where it might be. Or use lsof -p and the ...


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I too struggled for installing rabbitvcs+nautilus but I ended with rabbitvcs+Thunar. To get it working on CentOS 7 do following: Download following packages from here: rabbitvcs-cli-0.14.2.1-5.el7.centos.noarch rabbitvcs-core-0.14.2.1-5.el7.centos.noarch rabbitvcs-thunar-0.14.2.1-5.el7.centos.x86_64 thunarx-python-0.2.3-5.el7.centos.x86_64 Open ...



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