Il giorno mar, 27/06/2017 alle 15.04 +0200, Simon Brulhart ha scritto:
But my main issue is still here (double click on a desktop folder triggers Dolphin instead of Nautilus *in a Gnome session*). Have you any ideas about anything that could cause this? It's very frustrating.
A while ago I had a similar issue. Firefox would open folders with dolphin instead of nautilus, even though I was running GNOME and I had set nautilus as the default for inode/directory.
It turned out to be a conflict between two DBUS service definition for the same interface (org.freedesktop.FileManager1), and as a workaround I created a symbolic link in ~/.local/share/dbus-1/services to nautilus' service definition (/usr/share/dbus-1/services/org.freedesktop.FileManager1.service).
Oh yeah, this one works! :D It fixed my problem: finally, I got Nautilus opened on double-clicking desktop folders, instead of Dolphin! Many Thanks, Simon! :)
As I understand it worked because services defined in ~/.local/share/ have a higher priority. See https://specifications.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/basedir-spec- latest.html#variables
Yes, I think so too. I'm gonna look into this a little more, because I don't know that much about dbus and how it works. It's probably responsible also for those others gnome's deamons running in my Plasma session.
BTW the thread about "xfce4-notifyd issues" also mentions conflicts between DBUS services.
So I'm going to read that thread too. Maybe, if this dbus-related issues are quite frequent (at least in this dual-DE scenario), it could be worth a mention in the wiki? Just a suggestion/proposal for the high-skilled guys who read this :) .
I'm having another trouble, but this time is about QT-apps looks on Gnome, so maybe it's better discussing to a new mail-thread.