Unity Interface in 10.10 Netbook Edition
didrocks at ubuntu.com
Thu Oct 28 18:28:55 UTC 2010
Le mercredi 27 octobre 2010 à 19:06 -0400, Tarun Khanna a écrit :
> I had posted this earlier on the Ubuntu Users mailing list and it was
> suggested that I discuss it in the development list. Are these known
> issues and if so, are there any changes suggested for the next
> I have run into a few issues with the new Unity interface in the
> latest (10.10) Ubuntu Netbook Edition.
> 1. There is no easy way to move/copy files around. The file manager
> provided by Unity doesn't provide a right click context menu. The only
> way I could do file operations was by launching the terminal (which by
> itself was difficult to find). Then either do file operations on the
> command line in the terminal or launch nautilus from within the
> terminal. That seems to be the only way to launch Nautilus.
> 2. The desktop crashes often. Sometimes it restarts by itself, other
> times I have to go to a terminal and restart gdm. This generally
> happens after I exit xbmc or huludesktop running in fullscreen mode.
> 3. There is no run dialog. That is definitely the single biggest issue
> as I use the run dialog very often.
> 4. The desktop is pathetically slow. My hardware meets the recommended
> Thanks for all your help.
Thanks for using UNE and testing Unity. All those points are carely
taken into account by upstream and we work very closely to get a very
nice and solid natty version on unity. One of the technical detail is
to switch to another window manager.
All your issue should be reported as bug reports on launchpad
(http://launchpad.net). In this case, the 4 issues you mentioned are
already reported. So no need to worry, it's on track :)
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