When I use
gksudo nautilus to browse folders that are owned by root, my Ubuntu desktop returns to some kind of default setting - changing my wallpaper and displaying desktop icons (which I don't usually display). However, without manually changing the settings, I cannot find a way to make the settings return to my own preferences after closing the root file browser.
Is there any way to do this? I tried quitting then restarting Nautilus from the terminal but that doesn't work.
Note: I am using Ubuntu 10.04.
Edit: At Scaine's request, here is the output of
(gksudo:20400): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme directory scalable/places/mimetypes of theme Se-interface-green has no size field (gksudo:20400): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme directory scalable/devices/scalable/emblems of theme Se-interface-green has no size field Initializing nautilus-gdu extension Initializing nautilus-dropbox 0.6.7