Gnome freezes after session start
arjangeven at gmail.com
Fri Jul 29 19:57:27 UTC 2005
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John Nilsson wrote:
>>Is there perhaps a way to just throw away any old session data and/or
>>bootup data and start over clean with this user? It's not like I have
>>anything special that should be performed when I log in...
> According to gnome-session(1) it reads its config from
> ~/.gonme2/session. Delete that file. You also have the session conf app
> in System->Preferences.
John, you're my hero :). I opened this file, and it showed that Nautilus
*should* make a Samba-connection to my laptop (which is somewhere in
its bag standing in the hallway). I wasn't sure if I could just remove
these Nautilus lines from the file, so I trashed it, and tadaaaa speedy
So, problem solved (except that I'd still like to know why that Nautilus
thing showed up).
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