Rather than using the .deb files, I added their repos to sources.list and installed that way. Quickly bored with the dual-paned file browser, I removed the repos and tried to install the default nautilus back. Everything seemed to work fine, except on my next reboot, my Nautilus interface had changed:
I'm missing the up, stop, reload and other buttons. As you can see, all I have is back and forward.
Checking which packages I have with Nautilus in the name turns out the following list:
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$ dpkg -l | grep nautilus
ii libnautilus-burn4 2.25.3-0ubuntu1 Nautilus Burn Library - runtime version
ii libnautilus-extension-dev 1:2.26.2-0ubuntu2 libraries for nautilus components - developm
ii libnautilus-extension1 1:2.26.2-0ubuntu2 libraries for nautilus components - runtime
ii nautilus 1:2.26.2-0ubuntu2 file manager and graphical shell for GNOME
ii nautilus-actions 1.4.1+svn521-0ubuntu2 nautilus extension to configure programs to
ii nautilus-cd-burner 2.25.3-0ubuntu1 CD Burning front-end for Nautilus
ii nautilus-data 1:2.26.2-0ubuntu3~ppa2 data files for nautilus
ii nautilus-dbg 1:2.26.2-0ubuntu2 file manager and graphical shell for GNOME -
ii nautilus-gksu 2.0.2-1ubuntu2 privilege granting extension for nautilus us
ii nautilus-image-converter 0.3.0-0ubuntu2 nautilus extension to mass resize or rotate
ii nautilus-open-terminal 0.9-3ubuntu1 nautilus plugin for opening terminals in arb
ii nautilus-script-audio-convert 0.3.1.1-0ubuntu4 A nautilus audio converter script
ii nautilus-script-debug 0.9.2-0ubuntu3 Simple nautilus debugging script
ii nautilus-script-manager 0.0.5-0ubuntu5 A simple management tool for nautilus script
ii nautilus-share 0.7.2-4ubuntu1 Nautilus extension to share folder using Sam
ii nautilus-wallpaper 0.1-0ubuntu3 Nautilus extension. Add a "set as wallpaper"
All the versions seem right. The patched software from the PPA at those sites had "hb8" and some other junk in the version numbers, so that's all gone.
I've tried deleting the .nautilus folder in my home, but it didn't make a difference. I just saw that if I open a root Nautilus window, the problem is there, too - so it's a system-wide effect. All the options under the View menu are enabled.
Am I missing a package that provides those buttons?
I couldn't find anything in Google, so if someone wants to school me, here's your chance.
EDIT: I should also note that if I try to re-install the dual-pane patch (either from the repo or from the .debs), it no longer works - I just get Nautilus with no dual-view option.