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Nautilus uses GVFS to mount networked filesystems. Unlike its predecessor GnomeVFS, GVFS includes a FUSE bridge so that non GVFS-aware applications can still access GVFS data. That means that there are two ways to do this: using the FUSE bridge, or using the native GVFS tools. Using the FUSE bridge According to man gvfsd-fuse, the GVFS daemon will mount ...
Store the files in the skeleton directory. When a new user is created, the files in that directory should be copied to their home directory. The directory is normally /etc/skel.
I am using Ubuntu 13.10. The file you need to edit is /etc/gnome/defaults.list.
If you are not able to find that at the Mint Forum then I would suggest going into Synaptic Package Manager, click on the Status button at lower left then click on Installed at upper left to see . Voila! There's your list. I looked for a way to output a list automatically with apt, but apparently there isn't. However, you can output a list from ...
eOS should support xdg-mime command which you can use to change the default file manager. Try these commands: # what's the current default file manager? xdg-mime query default inode/directory # set nautilus as a default file manager xdg-mime default nautilus.desktop inode/directory application/x-gnome-saved-search
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