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I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 lts. When I upgrade from 11.04 i've got some Errors with nautilus. Yesterday I uninstall nautilus and reinstall it. I made the last system update (with a unity-greeter update). Since then I can't not see Ubuntu nor Ubuntu 2D Sessions... I can use kde desktop.

What is the problem right now?

Thank you for helping.

Edit 1: I remark that into /usr/share/xsessions ubuntu-2d.desktop and ubuntu.desktop dont exist...

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

Just install the package "ubuntu-desktop". It contains everything that's contained in the standard installation.

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