After upgrading from 12.04 to 12.10 last night, I received several error messages. I try to send reports for the Ubuntu teams, and after the upgrading finished, I realise it's a complete failure. When I boot the computer, I get to the desktop with the icone but then I cannot do much as it is all frozen. I start to freeze, nothing can be done for 3-4 minutes, then all icones and bars dissappear and reappear, it seems like it unfreezes but refreezes instantly. However I can use the terminal, so does anyone have an idea how to reinstall or fix this through the terminal or whatever?
closed as off topic by Jorge Castro, Chris Wilson, gertvdijk, Eric Carvalho, Tom Brossman Feb 3 '13 at 7:07
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You could try doing a fresh install (assuming you don't have important files on the drive) as opposed to an upgrade. In some cases, upgrades can create problems:
If you can use the terminal without problems, you could try getting updates.