I am a newcomer to the Linux / Manjaro world and wanted to output the version of nautilus in the terminal.
Also I wanted to start nautilus as sudo, unfortunately it crashed after I opened a folder.
I land on this error:
Nautilus functions like I’m used to. I would ignore the error, eg it is not relevant.
If I needed to do some file management as root that would be bad so I make sure I own the files and I can move/delete/shred them. I would use the context menu to open a specific folder as the administrator and do my thing from there if needed, that’s what it’s for, it asks for authorization and starts a file manager process with the correct context. Does that work?