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I'm running Ubuntu 11.10 64bit. I can't get Nautilus to open anything from the Places menu or a folder on my desktop.

What I can do for a folder on my desktop is right click, open with other application. I have 2 choices, Files or File Browser. If I choose Files it opens immediately. However, if I choose File Browser nothing happens.

How do I edit the entry so that everything opens using Files?

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Finally figured it out. The command was nautilus --no-desktop --browser %U. When I ran this is terminal I received this error:

Could not parse arguments: Unknown option --browser

Once I removed that from the command and --no-desktop it works fine. Only remaining issue (if you want to call it that), is that when I right click and Open With, I have to use Files instead of File Browser. Or I could just double click.

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