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I'm looking for Nautilus 3.6.1 deb package for ubuntu, and I wasn't able to compile it's source.

How can I compile Nautilus?


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Nautilus file manager is a project of Gnome.

Here are the files you want :

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Yes, I want to install it on my ubuntu, and I need a (deb) package. – Snow Leopard Oct 18 '12 at 12:26
You can create a .deb package if you want , or follow the instructions inside the REAMDE or INSTALL files to install it. – NikTh Oct 19 '12 at 6:32

You can download the source code for Nautilus 3.6.1 from here. A detailed description of how to build nautilus from source is given on Nautilus homepage.

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