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Nautilus bookmarks and smb shares work with non-root user
I'm having a problem with Nautilus in Ubuntu 10.10 When I open Nautilus as common user, it shows bookmarks and the bookmarks that point to smb windows shares work fine. However, if I start Nautilus ...
Feb 1 '11 at 11:35
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