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I'm missing my unity.desktop xsession file. Can someone plese help me by posting their so I can se how it should look like?

Bonus question: How does it get installed in the first place?

dpkg -L unity | grep desktop

does not reveal any *.desktop files.

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its better to ask this question on – shahjapan Apr 13 '11 at 5:01
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