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Thread: Nautilus Segmentation Fault

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    Nautilus Segmentation Fault

    I'm re-installing ubuntu, instead of upgrading from 8.04 to 9.04. When I put in the Live CD and boot nautilus does not load. When I execute nautilus from the command line all I get is "Segmentation fault". I have no idea why this would be a problem in a live environment but this might explain how my 8.04 nautilus stopped working after an upgrade.

    I've already run the built in self test on the CD and it checks out fine. Does anyone know why nautilus would fail in the live environment?

    Thanks
    Ubuntu Lucid 10.04
    Running Compiz Fusion across Dual LCD monitors on nVidia 7300

    Lucid fixed so much on my MacBook 2.0 GHz, 2GB RAM, 200GB

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    Re: Nautilus Segmentation Fault

    I found a work around.

    In the live environment if I do a full update
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
    In that update is an update to nautilus. After completing the update simply log out. The system will log you back in automatically after 1 seconds and everything works just fine. It seems like Ubuntu should update there install CD for the inexperienced user.
    Ubuntu Lucid 10.04
    Running Compiz Fusion across Dual LCD monitors on nVidia 7300

    Lucid fixed so much on my MacBook 2.0 GHz, 2GB RAM, 200GB

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