I dislike disobedience from my system. When I want to explicitly kill Nautilus with
killall, I am no longer able to do so. Previously I could disable this erroneous behavior (which even Windows do not exhibit!) through
gnome-session-properties, however, it is no longer possible to set the "restart style" there (or whatever it was called).
What is nowadays the correct way to disable nautilus autorestart under gnome?
- I'm writing a piece of software that's painting directly into X11 root window. Nautilus is interfering.
- Compiz has a wallpapers plugin which Nautilus is painting over.