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PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2004 11:43 am    Post subject: Problems with Nautilus 2.6 Reply with quote

I emerged Gnome 2.6. Everything seems to work fine, except Nautilus.
When Nautilus starts it gives the folowing error:
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(gnome_segv:25308): Gtk-WARNING **: Ignoring the separator setting

When I do:
Code:

nautilus -c

I get the following output:
Code:

mario@Leviathan mario $ nautilus -c
running nautilus_self_check_search_uri
running nautilus_self_check_file_utilities
running nautilus_self_check_file_operations
 
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2606
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name (" (copy)", 1)
       expected:  (another copy)
            got:  (copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2607
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo", 1)
       expected: foo (copy)
            got: foo (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2608
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name (".bashrc", 1)
       expected: .bashrc (copy)
            got: .bashrc (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2609
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name (".foo.txt", 1)
       expected: .foo (copy).txt
            got: .foo (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2610
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo foo", 1)
       expected: foo foo (copy)
            got: foo foo (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2611
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo.txt", 1)
       expected: foo (copy).txt
            got: foo (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2612
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo foo.txt", 1)
       expected: foo foo (copy).txt
            got: foo foo (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2613
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo foo.txt txt", 1)
       expected: foo foo (copy).txt txt
            got: foo foo (kopie).txt txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2614
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo...txt", 1)
       expected: foo.. (copy).txt
            got: foo.. (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2615
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo...", 1)
       expected: foo... (copy)
            got: foo... (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2616
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo. (copy)", 1)
       expected: foo. (another copy)
            got: foo (kopie). (copy)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2617
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (another copy)
            got: foo (copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2618
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (another copy).txt
            got: foo (copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2619
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (another copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (3rd copy)
            got: foo (another copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2620
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (another copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (3rd copy).txt
            got: foo (another copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2621
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo foo (another copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo foo (3rd copy).txt
            got: foo foo (another copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2622
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (13th copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (14th copy)
            got: foo (13th copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2623
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (13th copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (14th copy).txt
            got: foo (13th copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2624
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (21st copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (22nd copy)
            got: foo (21st copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2625
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (21st copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (22nd copy).txt
            got: foo (21st copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2626
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (22nd copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (23rd copy)
            got: foo (22nd copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2627
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (22nd copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (23rd copy).txt
            got: foo (22nd copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2628
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (23rd copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (24th copy)
            got: foo (23rd copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2629
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (23rd copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (24th copy).txt
            got: foo (23rd copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2630
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (24th copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (25th copy)
            got: foo (24th copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2631
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (24th copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (25th copy).txt
            got: foo (24th copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2632
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo foo (24th copy)", 1)
       expected: foo foo (25th copy)
            got: foo foo (24th copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2633
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo foo (24th copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo foo (25th copy).txt
            got: foo foo (24th copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2634
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo foo (100000000000000th copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo foo (copy).txt
            got: foo foo (100000000000000th copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2635
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (10th copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (11th copy)
            got: foo (10th copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2636
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (10th copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (11th copy).txt
            got: foo (10th copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2637
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (11th copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (12th copy)
            got: foo (11th copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2638
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (11th copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (12th copy).txt
            got: foo (11th copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2639
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (12th copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (13th copy)
            got: foo (12th copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2640
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (12th copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (13th copy).txt
            got: foo (12th copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2641
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (110th copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (111th copy)
            got: foo (110th copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2642
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (110th copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (111th copy).txt
            got: foo (110th copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2643
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (122nd copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (123rd copy)
            got: foo (122nd copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2644
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (122nd copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (123rd copy).txt
            got: foo (122nd copy) (kopie).txt
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2645
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (123rd copy)", 1)
       expected: foo (124th copy)
            got: foo (123rd copy) (kopie)
FAIL: check failed in nautilus-file-operations.c, line 2646
      evaluated: get_duplicate_name ("foo (123rd copy).txt", 1)
       expected: foo (124th copy).txt
            got: foo (123rd copy) (kopie).txt
running nautilus_self_check_directory
 
(gnome_segv:25380): Gtk-WARNING **: Ignoring the separator setting

Do more of you have this problem on a AMD64 platform.
Is it AMD64 related anyway??
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2004 1:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't have this problem with nautilus 2.6, but I've another one related to /etc/fstab. If nautilus find a line that make no sense for it, crash at startup.
For example i needed to tourn off supermount to make nautilus 2.6 works...
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2004 4:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I had to comment-out all NFS, VFAT and NTFS related stuff.
SMB shares seem to couse trouble too.
Even the ones that would not mount on boot (the 'noauto' option)
had to be turned off.
But it works now :)

More info: http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=138986
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 3:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm glad I found this thread. I had the same problem with nautilus crashing. It seemed to start out of nowhere. I didn't even realize it started after I added a couple entries to fstab. All I did was add the following to fstab:
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/dev/sdb               /mnt/usbdrive   auto            noauto,user                             0 0
/dev/sda1              /mnt/winxp32    auto            user                                    0 0
an entry for my usb thumb drive and one for my ntfs winxp partition. If I comment these entries, nautilus works great. If I uncomment them, nautilus crashes with a gtk error.
Has anyone found a workaround for this?
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 7:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The only known solution to prevent Nautilus from crashing is
to disable certain lines in your /etc/fstab. The bug is know by
the Gnome team and there will be a fix for it soon (I hope... :roll: )
You can, however, mount the drives manually after Nautilus is started.
Nautilus won't crasht then.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 8:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK. Thanks. Hopefully there's a fix soon. :(
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 29, 2004 6:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

or use automount?
it has it's own config file, which i assume nautilus doesn't read.
better for samba and your usb thingy too, because they're only mounted when you ask for them, which probably won't be when your windows box has crashed.

not that i've tried it, but by tomorrow...
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