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I believe it has something to do with the Mounter Applet. The dock I'm trying to remove has 2 instances running for reasons I don't know. It also crashes when I try to remove Mounter.

How can I remove Docky completely including all my settings? I tried it from the Software Center and re-installed it but the dock I'm trying to remove still was there.

Thanks in advance.

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First, I'd recommend you to launch docky through the terminal. Type:

killall docky && docky

Then, try to recreate the problem. See what's appears on the terminal window.

If you want to reset the docky settings, probably typing

$ sudo apt-get purge docky
$ rm -r ~/.gconf/apps/docky*
$ sudo apt-get install docky

will do the trick.

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Also, you should see if a similar bug is already on Launchpad. If not, then file a new one and post your terminal output there. –  WarriorIng64 Jun 27 '11 at 2:55
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