Mouse doesn't open anything in the toolbar any more!
meggalen at gmail.com
Wed Nov 14 02:10:13 UTC 2007
I choose the second option with the terminal using ctrl-alt-F1 and it
works perfectly. Thank you very much.
On Nov 13, 2007 8:37 PM, Zachary Sandberg <zachary.sandberg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ashley Benton wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I was putting some applets on my toolbar when an error report showed
> > up and froze the system. As I didn't know what to do or which
> > application to kill I rebooted the computer. Now I have trouble with
> > my mouse. I can see the arrow of the mouse and move it, if I right
> > click on the screen or click on something that is on the desktop that
> > works but if I try the toolbar nothing happen. Does anybody have any
> > idea of what I should do? Right now I am stuck out of my home and
> > everything that is on the toolbar.
> > I am using ubuntu 6.10
> > Thank you
> > Meg
> Alternativly, if you cannot open nautilus, you can open a terminal, and
> type "cd .gconf" <enter> "cd apps" <enter> and then "rm -dr panel"
> without the quotes.
> Zachary Sandberg
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