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Ok, so you want to use nautilus for your file manager in fluxbox. simply install nautilus and add the following command to your fluxbox menu: nautilus --no-desktop... Now you are using nautilus as the file manager, problem is it was made for gnome. There is an easy solution if you see nautilus stop working... Simply killall nautilus ( i've added this also to my flux menu ). Then you can use nautilus --no-desktop and it should work fine....

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hi, i was googling around, and found your post, helped me out to get nautilus running on flux, but i was unable to access the network with it. is there something else i need to install? i installed samba for gnome and it worked just fine, but im guessing it has to do with gnome to flux. thanks for any help guys/gals.

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Ok, so you want to use nautilus for your file manager in fluxbox. simply install nautilus and add the following command to your fluxbox menu: nautilus --no-desktop... Now you are using nautilus as the file manager, problem is it was made for gnome. There is an easy solution if you see nautilus stop working... Simply killall nautilus ( i've added this also to my flux menu ). Then you can use nautilus --no-desktop and it should work fine....

 

 

 

could you point me to where you did the windowless terminals? is there a how to in the forum? thats pretty cool.

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