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To: Mike Gardiner <obz@g.o>
From: Tim Igoe <tim@...>
Subject: Re: Parts of applications menu goes missing
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 13:57:43 +0000
Mike,

I am running famd currently, i will check to see whats going on next 
time it happens. But i have noticed nautilus misbehaving too (showing no 
files in a folder after minutes before showing a full folder) come to 
think about it.

I did upgrade famd a while back, and noticed things go wrong as it 
changed the default behaviour from local_only = false to true - nautilus 
wouldn't connect to it, until i changed it back to false, nautilus 
wouldn't even start.

Tim

Mike Gardiner wrote:

>Hi Tim,
>
>The menu entries are actually stored in .desktop entries
>in /usr/share/applications. The panel doesn't monitor this itself, but
>it will listen to fam/gamin if they tell it that the applications
>directory is updated, and so the list should be recreated.
>
>Does the same occur with fam (if you're not running it), or without fam
>(if you are running it?).
>
>'/etc/init.d/famd start' should get it running, let us know how it goes.
>
>Mike Gardiner
>(Obz)
>
>
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