Author Topic: Command to run nautilus/set wallpaper without opening file manager window  (Read 725 times)

Offline gnugeek

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I am running in xfce4 and I am using nautilus to display wallpapers so that transparency settings will work properly. I am loving xfce and using nautilus to set the wallpaper enables gkrellm's invisible them to display properly. There is just one slight annoyance. When my desktop starts up the nautilus file manager opens up also. I can close it and the wallpaper will still display. I would just like to find a way to either open it in the background or a command that can be ran to close nautilus properly. If is use the kill command the wallpapers go away.

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