A bug you can duplicate - Linux

This is a discussion on A bug you can duplicate - Linux ; Psyc Geek writes: > On Jul 4, 12:23*pm, jebblue wrote: >> On Thu, 03 Jul 2008 17:31:37 -0500, Rick wrote: >> > I also like a Home Folder icon on the desktop. And it seems hard to do >> > ...

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    Psyc Geek writes:

    > On Jul 4, 12:23*pm, jebblue wrote:
    >> On Thu, 03 Jul 2008 17:31:37 -0500, Rick wrote:
    >> > I also like a Home Folder icon on the desktop. And it seems hard to do
    >> > in Gnome.

    >>
    >> At least on Ubuntu, run gconf-editor and open apps | nautilus | desktop.
    >> Click the ones you want on. This way the icon's visible state should be
    >> persistent across theme changes.
    >>
    >> --
    >> // This is my opinion.

    >
    > thanks.
    > i did. there is a LOT OF STUFF there.
    > lots of weird names. which weird name
    > do i click on. some of the lists are long
    > and i did not see HOME FOLDER.
    >


    apps-nautilus-desktop

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  2. Re: A bug you can duplicate

    Psyc Geek wrote:
    > thanks.
    > i did. there is a LOT OF STUFF there.
    > lots of weird names. which weird name
    > do i click on. some of the lists are long
    > and i did not see HOME FOLDER.
    >

    "home_icon_visible"?
    Seems obvious from here.
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  3. Re: A bug you can duplicate

    On 2008-07-03, Ezekiel wrote:

    > So one thing is telling me that everything is up to date and that's the CLI
    > mode that I use to remotely make sure everything is fine. But the local GUI
    > tells me otherwise. What a crock!


    What were you doing in the CLI? You're not allowed in there. You might break
    something with your fat fingers. BTW, Apt is NOT telling you that your system
    is up to date, it's telling you that it's not going to upgrade certain packages
    unless you explicitely tell it to. The Ubuntu update manager is telling it to.

    *idiot*


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