On my Ubuntu 10.10, whenever I want to copy some files/folders over some other files/folders, or when I try to empty the trash, nautilus crashes!
I have a folder with some files. Now I want to overwrite this folder with a folder with the same name, same files, but some additional files, the merge window comes up, I choose merge and nautilus crashes (does not respond, when I press the close button I can force close it). Some times it even does the copying/emptying (trash), but it always crashes!
This happens when copying to the same partition/ntfs partition/netshares, but not when I make a new folder and copy the files/folders into that (without overwriting anything). On a netshare, it's even possible to merge these files afterwards with another computer!
dmesg/syslog/messages does not show any entry related to that problem.
Does anyone have a solution for this very annoying problem?
dpkg -l nautilus* (see output in pastebin)
I found out, nautilus already crashes before clicking replace/merge (as soon as the question appeares. In the video it's not entirely clear, that i click the cross before the force-close dialog appeares.
Filed bugreport: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nautilus/+bug/678233
The problem was rabbitvcs, installing version 0.14.1.1 solved the problem!