Xubuntu - Changing Desktop appearance(Nautilus)

April 2018

When using explorer Nautilus (especially for Gnome) with Xubuntu, it is probable that when launching Nautilus, The desktop is no longer manage by XFCE, but with GNOME
  • The command --no-desktop of Nautilus enables you to preserve the desktop appearance of XFCE. *This will prevent Xubuntu from starting with Gnome.
  • It is recommended to start Nautilus using the command nautilus--no-desktop instead of Nautilus.
Published by aakai1056. Latest update on December 10, 2009 at 04:39 AM by jak58.
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