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Special Forums UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers how to lock nautilus file browser Post 302365864 by lokeshsingla on Wednesday 28th of October 2009 08:27:06 AM
Old 10-28-2009
Java how to lock nautilus file browser

Hi Everybody..

I am using Moblin V2 which has nautilus file manager the one which is also used in Ubuntu.
I want to lock the access to file system such that i can only browse my home folder not other locations like /, /usr, /bin and all.

Or i want to create a partition of 10 or 15 GB so that i can only browse this partition not other folders of filesystem.

Thanks Guys.. waiting here for ur response..
Lokesh Singla
 
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nautilus-actions-run(1) 				      General Commands Manual					   nautilus-actions-run(1)

NAME
nautilus-actions-run - execute an action on the specified target SYNOPSIS
nautilus-actions-run [OPTION] DESCRIPTION
nautilus-actions-run runs specific nautilus-actions on a given file or folder. More than one target may be specified. This program is intended to be used on the command-line for scripting nautilus actions. OPTIONS
Help options -?, --help Show help options --help-all Show all help options --help-misc Show miscellaneous options Miscellaneous options -v, --version Output the version number Application options -i, --id=STRING The internal identifier of the action to be launched. -t, --target=URI A file or folder to run the action on (more than one may be specified). BUGS
Please report bugs in nautilus-actions to <submit@bugs.debian.org>. The current bug list may be viewed at <http://bugs.debian.org/nautilus- actions>. AUTHOR
nautilus-actions was written by Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@novell.com>, Frederic Ruaudel <grumz@grumz.net>, Pierre Wieser <pwieser@trych- los.org>, and contributors. This manual page was written by Christine Spang <christine@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). LICENSING
Both the nautilus-actions source code and this man page are licensed under the GNU General Public License. SEE ALSO
nautilus(1),nautilus-actions(1),nautilus-actions-schemas(1), nautilus-actions-new(1), nautilus-actions-print(1) Debian GNU/Linux 2009-12-30 nautilus-actions-run(1)

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