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The following were deleted... how worried should I be?

accels/nautilus, Directory:accels, keyrings/user.keystore, keyrings/user.keystore.46SN8V, keyrings/login.keyring, Directory:keyrings, Directory:nautilus-scripts

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migrated from Sep 22 '12 at 2:21

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You can log in as another user (or the Guest Session) and copy the .gnome2 folder into your actual Home Folder (located at /Home/Your_User), although, many program settings or configurations will be reseted until you change them again.

Good Luck!

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Thanks for the response! – James Naismith Sep 23 '12 at 0:08

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