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I had Ubuntu 12.10 installed along with lubuntu and xubuntu desktop environments. I upgraded to Ubuntu 14.04 using a bootable USB (loaded with Ubuntu, not Xubuntu nor Lubuntu) but I see no change in the desktop environment when I log in to Xubuntu, and comparing to the screenshots of Xubuntu 14.04 I can see that Xubuntu does not seem to have been upgraded.

I tried sudo apt-get remove xubuntu-desktop to try to reinstall but this did not removed xubuntu-desktop, as I am still able to log in. How can I make sure that Xubuntu has been upgraded to version 14.04?

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Doing sudo apt-get remove xubuntu-desktop only removes the metapackage; it doesn't remove the actual packages that make up Xubuntu. Have you tried sudo apt-get upgrade and sudo apt-get dist-upgrade? –  saiarcot895 Apr 27 at 17:21
    
I removed xubuntu desktop using instructions here (an unexpected effect of this was the removal of the Lubuntu DE) and reinstalled using instructions here. There was no change in the appearance of Xubuntu. I don't understand why after upgrading to Xubuntu 14.04 I don't get the appearance shown in the screenshots in the last link, particularly the main menu @saiarcot895 –  user87317 Apr 27 at 22:56
    
I tried sudo apt-get upgrade and sudo apt-get dist-upgrade but no new upgrades were available. Also, when I enter xfce4-about A window opens and it shows I haver version 4.10 of xfce. Is this the correct version for Xubuntu 14.04? @saiarcot895 –  user87317 Apr 29 at 2:45
    
According to Launchpad, the latest version for Trusty is 4.11. Can you run apt-cache policy libxfce4ui-utils and verify that it does say 4.11.1-2ubuntu1? –  saiarcot895 Apr 29 at 3:00
    
I do get exactly that, 4.11.1-2ubuntu1 as "installed" and "candidate" but I get 4.11.1-2ubuntu1 0 under "Version table" @saiarcot895 –  user87317 Apr 29 at 17:26

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