SOLVED Nadia backports available in Linux Mint 13

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SOLVED Nadia backports available in Linux Mint 13

Postby gothiccard » Sat Dec 01, 2012 3:19 am

Hi I have done the Nadia backports available in Linux Mint 13.

Now when I log in from switching the computer on I get none of the links (short cuts) that I have put on the main screen.

If I log out and log back in all the links (shor cuts) are there.

Is there a fix for this?

I did try adding pictures, but most have done something wrong.
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Re: Nadia backports available in Linux Mint 13

Postby exploder » Sat Dec 01, 2012 1:17 pm

Try removing Nautilus and things should be normal again. The updates bring in Nemo and it replaces Nautilus as the file manager.

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Re: Nadia backports available in Linux Mint 13

Postby gothiccard » Sat Dec 01, 2012 1:48 pm

Thank you for reply, I would not know how to do this, as I am new to Linux. This is why I trying it through the Mint4Windows install.

What I will add, I just signed in to Mint 13 to see reply, and everything work fine this time.

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Re: Nadia backports available in Linux Mint 13

Postby bigj231 » Sat Dec 01, 2012 2:43 pm

Open Synaptic Package Manager and remove Nautilus. It's in the Administration section of the menu on Mint 13.

If you want to keep your windows install how it sits, and you really want to try Mint, you could try installing Mint in a virtual environment like Virtualbox. Then you can install it exactly as you would with a normal install, you don't lose or change anything, and you can make backups to test things out. You can play with it and learn to your heart's content, and when you break something your unbroken system is just a few clicks away.
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Re: Nadia backports available in Linux Mint 13

Postby gothiccard » Sat Dec 01, 2012 2:54 pm

Thank you for both bits of info.


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