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Desktop directory disappears in gnome-terminal, then appears again, but all files in it are deleted
I am able to see my Desktop and with all its various links and files. But in the terminal when I try to access the Desktop directory: cd ~/Desktop I get: bash: cd: /home/administrator/Desktop: ...
Apr 19 '09 at 12:59
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