jarno.ilari.suni at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 03:36:10 UTC 2011
That cleaned the mess. (I did it in my home directory, and there was
no subdirectories, so -r was not neccessary.) It seems like Xfce has
put more effort in Mac OS X like launchers than in stable session
On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 1:26 PM, Ted To <rainexpected at theo.to> wrote:
> rm -r .cache/sessions/
> I don't know why but on Natty, it crashes like that fairly frequently on
> my desktop.
> On 06/05/2011 09:01 PM, khaz wrote:
>> I have become truly worried with what happened to xubuntu. Today windows
>> lost title bars and every decoration. It is also hard to switch between
>> running application, because Alt + Tab does not work. In no time this
>> fast and efficient distribution became disabled worse than me. (I
>> switched for xubuntu after using ubuntu for some years and latest
>> I wasn't waiting long to start fixing it. I looked through a few
>> post/solutions, changed /etc/xorg.conf file twice to get no visible
>> That is why I would like to ask a question when these changes will be
>> fixed; or maybe it is a hint to switch again to another distribution?
>> (After radical improvements of ubuntu I tried Fedora 15, Mint Katya and
>> ended up with xubuntu, happy till the afternoon.) Maybe Debian will stay
>> without these excellent improvements and will remain usable.
>> If the upgrade of this problem is beyond Canonical I would like to ask
>> for a solution. I am really tired of looking through dozens of
>> good-for-nothing so called solutions. (I have just found out that
>> Firefox though without decorations and title bar, still allows me to
>> open a new tab with the '+' button.)
>> It is really sad to look at truly efficient and fast Linux distribution
>> so horribly mutilated. It was really responsive, fast and efficient. I
>> was amazed and pleasantly surprised.
>> I am looking forward to hearing from you,
>> Sebastian Kazimierski.
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