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    Linux Enthusiast cousinlucky's Avatar
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    Is There A Way To Fix This Nautilus Problem?


    (nautilus:21032): Eel-WARNING **: "nautilus-metafile.c: metafiles" hash table still has 1 element at quit time (keys above)

    (nautilus:21032): Eel-WARNING **: "nautilus-directory.c: directories" hash table still has 1 element at quit time
    seahorse nautilus module shutdown
    cousinlucky@cousinlucky-desktop:~$

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    When are you getting this error, Lucky?
    It can sometimes happen after using either:
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    sudo nautilus
    Or
    Code:
    gksu nautilus
    If that is the case, then it's harmless output. Not a real issue.
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    Thanks JD!! I was concerned because both metacity and pulseaudio use up a lot my computer's VIRT ( whatever that is. )

    By the way what is the difference between gksu nautilus and sudo nautilus, please??
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    I'm sure that there is some minor difference between sudo and gksu, but it's gotta be quite small.
    I'm fairly sure that gksu is just a graphical form of sudo.
    But since those commands run from terminal, I can tell you that it's not an issue.
    I get similar readouts when I start certain programs from a terminal, and close it with the little 'X' button.
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