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“The location is not a folder” error when opening files

I'm aware of this other question and i'm making a new one because that solutions there were not enough for my problem. I installed xfce and pcmanfm on top of my vanilla ubuntu 10.10 installation. ...
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How do I upgrade thunar from 1.2.1 to 1.2.2 and beyond

I'm looking to upgrade my Thunar from 1.2.1 to version 1.2.1 (I'm running 11.04). My reasoning is that I am growing tired of waiting 30 seconds for Thunar to open after a reboot (I believe this is an ...
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thunar-archive-plugin not working

After I experienced serious not yet resolved performance issues with Nautilus I decided to move to XUbuntu so I installed its metapackage from Ubuntu and started using it. It turns out that the ...
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How to stop Thunar being default file browser

On a relatively new 11.04 installation Thunar has become the default file browser simply by using it! Whilst I can open Nautilus easily enough, I'd rather it remained as the default, especially when ...
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Can't run thunar-volman

Whenever I try to run thunar-volman (from a terminal), I get there following error: thunar-volman: Must specify the new HAL device UDI with --device-added. How can I get thunar-volman to work? Or is ...
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Backspace keyboard shortcut for GTK+ [duplicate]

I am using Xubuntu and I am looking for a way to bind the backspace key with navigating to the parent directory of the current directory. I read in the Thunar documentation FAQ (at the bottom) that ...
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Using capitals in my username?

During installation of Ubuntu 10.04 I was not allowed to use capitals in my Username. Is there any way I could change this?
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How to hide (in Thunar and Nautilus) a directory without putting a dot in its name?

Usually Linux programs store user's settings in ~/.* directories. But unfortunately some developers (of some applications I need) do not follow this rule and don't start their settings storage folders ...
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How to customize files context menu in Xubuntu XFCE Thunar file manager?

I generally prefer XFCE desktop environment of Xubuntu, but I found its files right-click context menu too humble (no option to compress/decompress files for example, and I'd like some my very special ...
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Ubuntu One for Xfce or Xubuntu?

Is it possible to use Ubuntu One with Xfce/Xubuntu without installing too many GNOME dependencies like Nautilus?
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Sounds in Thunar or XFCE

I really like how smoothly XFCE works and prefer it to GNOME, so I would like to weigh it up a bit. ;) Is there a way to play sounds on certain system events? The most useful that comes to my mind is ...
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How to tell thunar to stop using my device?

When I do sudo umount /media/KINGSTON I got umount: /media/KINGSTON: device is busy. By using fuser -c /media/KINGSTON And cat /proc/<pid>/cmdline I found that the process is ...