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I am using nautilus to display wallpapers in xfce however each time my desktop boots up the nautilus file manager opens. It is not a big deal I can simply ...
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    Command to run Nautilus in background


    I am using nautilus to display wallpapers in xfce however each time my desktop boots up the nautilus file manager opens. It is not a big deal I can simply close it and the wallpaper still displays. I would just like to find a way to make this work without the file manager window opening. Is there a command I could use to run nautilus in the background?

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    hello and welcome, gnugeek!

    (oh, i remember the days when i was still gnu...)

    doesn't the "-n" switch to nautilus do that?

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