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revised “The volume boot has only 0 bytes disk space remaining”
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comment “The volume boot has only 0 bytes disk space remaining”
This question and answers are related to the problem, and may help.
Apr
23
comment How do I include basic image editing in my python application?
PIL links do not work...
Mar
3
answered “The volume boot has only 0 bytes disk space remaining”
Feb
24
answered Cannot change association for mp4 video files to custom .desktop
Feb
4
comment Appearance of a .desktop file in Nautilus
There is some insight in this question/answer: "Can Nautilus display a .desktop file by its real name?" - askubuntu.com/questions/17220/…
Feb
4
comment Appearance of a .desktop file in Nautilus
@JacobVlijm: why ~/bin/shortcuts? I like to keep my custom shortcuts separately (as opposed to the mess generated by the installation) and then symlinking them to the standard location. Thus I can also backup and auto-share my custom shortcuts among several machines (e.g. using Dropbox or svn). Why custom shortcuts a all? For example: I like to view/edit photos with Irfanview via Wine. Another - I have a shell script that does custom tasks depending on file extension. I need .desktop files to be able to associate files by extension with this script (in Nautilus and GDM).
Feb
4
comment Appearance of a .desktop file in Nautilus
Well, maybe for nemo, but for Nautilus - not "regardless of the location" according to my observations. Thanks for the answer, but I am looking for a better one. For one, this apparently is a bug/feature, but this does not give me a solution to the stated problem.
Jan
30
comment Appearance of a .desktop file in Nautilus
@LittleByBlue again, removing Type=Application has no effect. Same .desktop file contents has different behavior depending on location: for example, my shortcuts directory and at ~/.local/share/application.
Jan
30
comment Appearance of a .desktop file in Nautilus
@LittleByBlue Removing or presence of the Icon= field and valid value does not make a difference, other than the icon next to the entry in Nautilus.
Jan
30
revised Appearance of a .desktop file in Nautilus
added another symptom
Jan
30
revised Appearance of a .desktop file in Nautilus
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Jan
30
comment Appearance of a .desktop file in Nautilus
@LittleByBlue But then how come at ~/.local/share/applications it does show the real file names anyway?
Jan
30
asked Appearance of a .desktop file in Nautilus
Jan
14
answered IP address has incomplete MAC
Dec
29
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25
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Oct
18
asked SVN export ignoring missing files, how?
Oct
18
revised How do I start Nautilus as root?
Improved readability
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24
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