Most of the days I am connected to my home server (running Debian) via a ssh shell from my laptop. Most of the tasks are done in the prompt, but sometimes I like to have drag-and-drop-file managers, like GNOME's default nautilus. (I of course mean that i use ssh -X user@server)
However, nautilus draws "it's" desktop over my local desktop. It draws the files placed there and the default Debian wallpaper. Is there a way to run or configure nautilus to not draw theese things at all, or should I use another graphical file manager when doing things remotely?