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:/usr/share/gnome-session/sessions$ ls
2d-gnome.session   classic-gnome.session  ubuntu.session
2d-ubuntu.session  gnome.session
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  • 2d-gnome.session Failsafe GNOME

  • classic-gnome.sessionClassic GNOME

  • ubuntu.session Ubuntu (regular Unity)

  • 2d-ubuntu.session Unity 2D

  • gnome.sessionGNOME

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