[Solved] Desktop AWOL

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The answer on this one is:

   1. use the Configuration Editor to tell nautilus not to show the
      desktop

   2. log out and back in again

   3. use the Configuration Editor to tell nautilus *to* show the
      desktop

   4. reboot

When you next log in, the desktop, icons, folders and so on are all
back again.  BHS!

Jonathan

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