I'm trying to create my own Ubuntu LiveCD without Unity. When lightdm loads is says (Failed to load session "ubuntu"). The autologin fails and then lightdm reloads with a normal login screen.
I can login fine with ubuntu user and if I run "sudo x-session-manager" I still get the error message (Failed to load session "ubuntu"). But that's as far as I can pin point where the problem is.
Where is the default session manager setting?
Lightdm config /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf says that autologin-session=lightdm-autologin but I'm not sure what that is. Trying to edit this config wouldn't help anyways since casper overwrites it during bootup.
I thought maybe casper sets this but don't see it anywhere in it's config.
Any help? I want the default to be just 'gnome'. This would have to be set while creating the LiveCD iso.