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Also my Ubuntu don't boot anymore. I already installed the package at-spi2-atk with no avail. I think this package should install that lib on my system. I don't know if it's related to the boot problem, but i'm guessing it is.

OS: 12.04LTS


Thank you for those who tried to help me out. I accidentally mistyped the ubuntu version. It's actually Precise Pangolin version. Anyway, I had it upgraded to 13.04. I'll still try to reproduce the issue later on though. So if anyone has a recommendation, please reopen the the question. Thanks.

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You seem to be indicating that your system was upgraded to 13.04 since you last experienced this problem. Are you still having the problem, since the upgrade? If so, please add the output of apt-cache policy libatk-bridge2.0-0 to your question. Thanks, and good luck! – Eliah Kagan Jul 19 '13 at 12:28
@EliahKagan Since my desktop wasn't working anyway I decided to give 13.04 a chance. Now I'm not experiencing the problem (though other bugs came out, which I resolved). But I still would like to know how can I solve that issue if it happens again. It occured when I was installing the latest Gimp version from source and I needed a bunch of libraries updated and some others which I hadn't installed. So somewhere in the way I shall have corrupted or uninstalled a package and so the problem described above happened. Thanks for helping. – kaneda Jul 20 '13 at 0:55

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