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Suddenly Nautilus has annoyingly decided to open /home/user at logon. I've checked both xinitrc and Xsession , as well as System>Preferences>Sessions , and don't see anything indicating a Nautilus autostart. ...
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    [SOLVED] Gnome logon autostarts Nautilus


    Suddenly Nautilus has annoyingly decided to open /home/user at logon. I've checked both xinitrc and Xsession, as well as System>Preferences>Sessions, and don't see anything indicating a Nautilus autostart. Any other ideas where I can find the file or script or configuration that is causing this?

    Thanks to all.

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    *solved* Gnome logon autostarts Nautilus

    Commented out the following lines in ~/.gnome2/session:
    Code:
    2,CloneCommand=nautilus --sm-config-prefix /nautilus-OBArEX/ 
    2,RestartCommand=nautilus --sm-config-prefix /nautilus-OBArEX/ --sm-client-id 117f000001000123427741600000031180002 --screen 0 
    3,id=117f000001000123427741600000031180003
    And now Nautilus no longer runs at start. Thanks to the Gnome Project mailing list for the tip.

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