I just got Unity3D working on my laptop, and celebrated by trying out some of the new features that weren't available to me in Unity2D.
While I was playing around with the settings for Desktop Cube and Rotate Cube, the desktop froze and I had to do a hard reboot (holding the on/off-button on my computer until it shut of, then turn it on again). Now, when I try to boot into Ubuntu, the system freezes and I can't get in.
I tried removing
quiet and changing
no-splash in the grub boot script, but I didn't get any useful information because the "freezing point" was just after the Ubuntu logo and mouse shows up (I assume right after the X-server starts...?)
I've set up my computer to log me in automatically from boot, so I can't (easily) get to the login screen either, to choose "Ubuntu 2D" and login and change the failing settings (whatever they are). I can drop to root shell from boot - however, once in the root shell, I have no idea what to do to fix this problem