Skip to main content

[FIXED] Nautilus doesn't open anymore

Update 30-09-2019 Just type:

$ tracker reset -e
source: Ask Ubuntu at Stack Exchange


sudo apt install --fix-broken

sudo apt remove --purge gnome-documents tracker

sudo apt autoremove


sudo apt install --reinstall nautilus*

sudo apt install gnome-documents tracker

After rebooting, run Nautilus, maybe the first time you need to wait 20 seconds because it seems the system is reindexing all. I got this problem while upgradig from Debian 9.3 to Debian 10 (buster) by accident closed the laptop (!) and login to Gnome Wayland.

PD. Before to run Nautilus:  xhost +local:


Popular posts from this blog

SOLVED ntfs not configured in kernel

Can't use external hard drive in Oracle Linux 7.

Error mounting /dev/sdb1
EXT: Filesystem type ntfs not configured in kernel

So, this made my day:

1. How to Enable EPEL Repository for RHEL/CentOS 7.x/6.x/5.x, only I switched zabbix for ntfs-3g

2. How To Mount External Hard Drives In Linux, this is not relevant, I picked another name to device: /mnt/win

3. After reboot, File Manager in Gnome 3 showed nothing in EXT Toshiba (!). So, this was useful: How To Mount External Hard Drives In Linux - How To Add Items To The Fstab File In Linux.

4. Reboot

It works!

tlmgr Couldn't set up the necessary programs

Compilador: TeX Live 
(lo he obtenido haciendo sudo apt install texlive-full en Debian) Mala idea: el desfase entre el paquete y el CTAN puede volver obsoleto lo que tienes instalado. How to install "vanilla" TeXLive on Debian or Ubuntu?
IDE: TeXStudio

(no recuerdo cómo demonios obtuve la versión en castellano ¿problemas con el alemán?)

Algo salió muy mal, pues no hice nada después de la instalación, ni unas líneas de prueba con un archivo.tex, mucho menos alguna configuración.

Ahora ni siquiera puedo cambiar el tamaño de hoja (aunque parece que TeXStudio sí lo tiene a Letter):

$ sudo tlmgr paper letter

(running on Debian, switching to user mode!)
Cannot determine type of tlpdb from /root/texmf!
cannot setup TLPDB in /root/texmf at /usr/bin/tlmgr line 5713.

$ sudo echo $PATH

$ whereis texlive
texlive: /usr/share/texlive

$ ls /usr/share/texlive
debian      LICENSE.CTAN  readme-html.dir    release-texlive.txt
doc.html  …