(Delay in response: this clean installation of 11.10 with no exotic
installs melted down, so that I could only log in on tty!  I have just
reinstalled 11.10 from scratch, clean.  The bug reported here recurred.)

Ah, yes, there's a key caveat. Logged in locally, nautilus behaves okay.
I mostly log in remotely from a machine (both with Internet addresses)
right next to it. When logged in over ssh -X, nautilus comes up fine but
fails when asked to show Trash or Computer.

In fact, once I have launched nautilus locally ONCE, it seems to work
okay remotely, too. So that means to reproduce this I might need to
reinstall. Weird.  But still a problem for servers which may never get a
local login.


** Attachment added: ".xsession-errors on X server machine (where the GUI was)"
   
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nautilus/+bug/872841/+attachment/2562429/+files/.xsession-errors

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  Attempting to view Trash in Nautilus gives "The folder contents could
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