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    gksu nautilus error message

    hi everybody

    when i use " gksu nautilus"

    i get this message on terminal

    Code:
    Initializing nautilus-gdu extension
    Initializing nautilus-image-converter extension
    Nautilus-Share-Message: Called "net usershare info" but it failed: 'net usershare' returned error 255: net usershare: cannot open usershare directory /var/lib/samba/usershares. Error No such file or directory
    Please ask your system administrator to enable user sharing.
    
    
    ** (nautilus:10290): WARNING **: Could not inhibit power management: The name org.gnome.SessionManager was not provided by any .service files
    well , i'm using only ubuntu , i'm not using samba , i don't need it , so it means that i'm not sharing any folders.

    please, how can I fix this without installing samba or net usershare.

    I really appreciate any help

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    Re: gksu nautilus error message

    Quote Originally Posted by zazlox View Post
    hi everybody
    Code:
    Initializing nautilus-gdu extension
    Initializing nautilus-image-converter extension
    Nautilus-Share-Message: Called "net usershare info" but it failed: 'net usershare' returned error 255: net usershare: cannot open usershare directory /var/lib/samba/usershares. Error No such file or directory
    Please ask your system administrator to enable user sharing.
    
    
    ** (nautilus:10290): WARNING **: Could not inhibit power management: The name org.gnome.SessionManager was not provided by any .service files
    that is just a warning, and it is nothing to worry about.
    always learning more every day.
    this is the best tech community i have ever known.

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    Re: gksu nautilus error message

    Thanks a lot, but why shall I install samba , if i'm not going to use it or need it

    because as I said , i'm not using any other OS . to share folder with.

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    Re: gksu nautilus error message

    Samba is installed by default with nautilus I believe. I don't use nautilus and samba is not installed on my system.
    It's okay, I'm a limo driver

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    Re: gksu nautilus error message

    Quote Originally Posted by MooPi View Post
    Samba is installed by default with nautilus I believe. I don't use nautilus and samba is not installed on my system.
    how can I remove samba from my system , i'm using lucid

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    Re: gksu nautilus error message

    how can I remove samba from my system , i'm using lucid
    open up synaptic, search samba and remove 'samba', you could also remove nautilus-share if inclined (will show up in samba search.
    I'd leave samba-common
    But as mentioned, if gksudo nautilus is working, (a root file browser opens), then what you see in the terminal doesn't matter.

    When I used to use gksudo nautilus I'd open from the run dialog instead of in a terminal -
    Alt+F2, type in gksudo nautilus, click run (see screen

    What you may like instead is to install is nautilus-gksu, this will give you a right click - "Open as administrator" on files and folders
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    Re: gksu nautilus error message

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    open up synaptic, search samba and remove 'samba', you could also remove nautilus-share if inclined (will show up in samba search.
    I'd leave samba-common
    But as mentioned, if gksudo nautilus is working, (a root file browser opens), then what you see in the terminal doesn't matter.

    When I used to use gksudo nautilus I'd open from the run dialog instead of in a terminal -
    Alt+F2, type in gksudo nautilus, click run (see screen

    What you may like instead is to install is nautilus-gksu, this will give you a right click - "Open as administrator" on files and folders
    thanks a lot , it worked

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