(nautilus:7098): Eel-WARNING **: Errore GConf

Sorry for my English…
When I try:

su
password
nautilus /

I get this message:

Contatto col server di configurazione fallito; tra le possibili cause la necessità di abilitare il supporto a TCP/IP per ORBit o la presenza di un vecchio lock NFS a causa di un crash di sistema. Consultare GConf configuration system per ulteriori informazioni (Dettagli - 1: Recupero delle connessione alla sessione fallito: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.)
Avviso di GConf: enumerazione delle coppie in “/apps/nautilus/preferences” fallita: Contatto col server di configurazione fallito; tra le possibili cause la necessità di abilitare il supporto a TCP/IP per ORBit o la presenza di un vecchio lock NFS a causa di un crash di sistema. Consultare GConf configuration system per ulteriori informazioni (Dettagli - 1: Recupero delle connessione alla sessione fallito: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.)
(nautilus:7098): Eel-WARNING **: Errore GConf:
Contatto col server di configurazione fallito; tra le possibili cause la necessità di abilitare il supporto a TCP/IP per ORBit o la presenza di un vecchio lock NFS a causa di un crash di sistema. Consultare GConf configuration system per ulteriori informazioni (Dettagli - 1: Recupero delle connessione alla sessione fallito: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.)

What can I do?

Thanks!!!

I had that at one point, think I got rid of it by deleting everything in ~/tmp/.

gminnerup wrote:
> I had that at one point, think I got rid of it by deleting everything
> in ~/tmp/.

not a wise move…unless you are CERTAIN that noting is using it…

instead of su - password etc

TRY:

hold down Alt key and press F2–a popup blank shoots to center screen,
type/enter:

gnomesu nautilus

then it will ASK for the root password…give it and away you go!!
if not, post again…
if yes, a ‘thanks’ would be nice…


natural_pilot

Va bene, OK!!!
No error message.

Thousand thanks to
natural_pilot

Bye!!!