While running the alternative DE Cinnamon, I can't seem to identify a way to add scripts to Nautilus or Nemo.
Does anyone know if they still work?
Hi running Ubuntu 13.10 64bit with the Cinnamon desktop. The file manager used was nemo which worked alright, but I wanted to try nautilus instead, so I removed nemo. Unfortunately this didn't work so well, as nautilus doesn't autostart when i boot up the computer. I have to manually launch nautilus.
I am one of thje 25%ers who use the features in Nemo that are missing in Nautilus. However, Nemo wants to install the Cinnamon Desktop as part of the install. I see the cinnamon-translations package referenced in that thread.
I installed the latest version of Cinnamon on Ubuntu 12.04 and now Nemo replaces Nautilus when I choose Unity or Gnome Shell session. When I start Unity I have to restart the session for 3-4 times to restore Nautilus, on the contrary when I choose Gnome Shell Nautilus never works, it remains Nemo.
After doing a fresh 12.10 install on an A10-5800k media center pc, Nautilus started segfaulting after a reboot whenever it was started (often it wouldn't even show anything). A GDB said it was happening in vfprintf in libc.
Hi. I'm wanting to either create an "Open With" option (in Gnome and KDE) or a Nautilus (or preferably Nemo) Action to burn a selected ISO disc image using the command-line. For me, the default option in Nautilus to burn with Brasero hasn't worked in the last few years, but the "Write to Disc" Brasero extension near the bottom of the context menu has been fine.