I can't get rid of Dolphin and pick Nautilus as the default file manager

by SloppyPenguin   Last Updated January 17, 2018 19:02 PM

I'm using Ubuntu 17.10 with default gnome. For some reason Dolphin became my default file manager and I can't switch back to Nautilus. I checked all occurrences of mimeapps.list and they are all configured to use Nautilus. What am I possibly missing?

$ locate mimeapps.list

These all include nautilus

$ for f in `locate mimeapps.list`; do grep -i nautilus $f; done

And no mention of dolphin anywhere

$ for f in `locate mimeapps.list`; do grep -i dolphin $f; done

Any ideas? Thanks!

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