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  1. [ubuntu] Re: "Home folder" opens in media player instead of nautilus

    Yeah, privilege elevation differs between distros, and they all have slightly different policies.
  2. [ubuntu] Re: "Home folder" opens in media player instead of nautilus

    Yeah, you have to be careful working with elevated permissions. I oversimplified it a bit, and at the suggestion of another user, Krytarik, check out this link - using sudo in place of gksu can...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: "Home folder" opens in media player instead of nautilus

    Yeah, don't throw sudo around all willy-nilly. It's only needed for system files, and if you use it to edit config files in your home directory, you can change their permissions so that the apps in...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: "Home folder" opens in media player instead of nautilus

    Ooh - no, you wouldn't want to use sudo with this. Just


    gedit ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list
  5. [ubuntu] Re: "Home folder" opens in media player instead of nautilus

    Yeah, that was a fidgety solution anyway. We can fix the problem more directly - open the file ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list, find the entry for inode/directory, and remove whatever...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: "Home folder" opens in media player instead of nautilus

    Open a Nautilus window, right click any folder, select "open with other application," select "use a custom command," type nautilus, and be sure to check "Remember this application."
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