Gnome CD/DVD Creator
hs.samix at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 14:48:01 UTC 2009
Al Black wrote:
> Hey Karl,
> On Thu, 2009-06-11 at 08:56 -0600, Karl F. Larsen wrote:
>> If you just open a Terminal and type locate nautilus you will see how
>> big it really is. I have somehow screwed it up on Jaunty and I need to
>> reload it. Instead I will load Brasero and make sure it works and forget
>> all the other.
> Over the past few months I've been reading about the various problems
> you've been having loading apps and generally getting things to run with
> both Jaunty and Hardy. Typically you've have attempted a several
> different fixes which don't work, but finally you get something patched
> together. Taken together its a pretty heady list of things of things
> that are "sort of" working. I'm beginning to think that with some of
> your fixes, or something with your initial Ubuntu install has gone bad,
> and subsequently screwing up everything else.
> It might be worth doing a clean install from scratch; my guess is that
> you'll be having fewer problems and saving time in the future.
Plus, in another thread it was discovered this /etc/hosts file had
changed (not in "virus/spyware infected way", but changed nonetheless),
messing up GUI sudo and who knows what else. He wasn't aware how it
happened ... a very bad sign.
Yes, his machine is screwed up good. Easiest way might be just to
reinstall and save all the headaches.
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