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    Default Fails to Save File

    Have just installed 11.4 Linux 2.6.37.6-0.5-default. I find that saving data does not enter the folder. Attempting to file once more, the folder selected shows that data is already there and gives the option to overwrite. Closing the folder and reopening again, data has still not transferred. Only after rebooting does the data appear. I am wondering whether I have insufficient RAM (512K). Could this be the problem?

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    Default Re: Fails to Save File

    i don't think it is a low RAM caused problem..

    i think there have been reports in 11.4 where Dolphin (and maybe the
    gnome 'file manager' also) is not immediately showing new files....i
    believe there is a bug on that, you can search for it here:
    http://tinyurl.com/nzhq7j

    however, you don't mention where you are seeing this symptom (could be
    dolphin, midnight commander, or whatever LXDE or XFCE uses) so i don't
    actually know what you are seeing, where..

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