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Hi all! I have Linux' linpus installed on a aspire one.. very pleased until now.. I don't know what happend but somehow my "home screen" stopped working and along with ...
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    Hi all!

    I have Linux' linpus installed on a aspire one.. very pleased until now.. I don't know what happend but somehow my "home screen" stopped working and along with so did some of my programs, or vice versa.. I'm not that good with computers but I think it can have something to do with the fact that the program namned "nautilius" aren't running anymore..
    So I thought of rebooting but then I realised that I only got a CD for the installation and my computer don't do CDs.. ???

    Thankful for all the help I can get

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    Hi, Cecilia! Welcome to LinuxForums!

    I've not used Linpus, but maybe I can help a bit
    So I thought of rebooting but then I realised that I only got a CD for the installation and my computer don't do CDs.. ???
    By 'reboot' do you mean 're-install'? I'm thinking that shouldn't be necessary. Have you tried just powering the machine down and back up? And what makes you mention Nautilus?
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    I know a lot of people have had some trouble with the aspire one black screening. Not sure if that's your problem, but this might help:

    macles*: Acer Aspire One BIOS Recovery

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    hi!

    just the fact that all my files and programs are still "there" but when I try to open, say a musicfile, it says that it can't open it because nautilus isn't running..

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