I am using 11.04 with Gnome 3 installed. Before I log in I am prompted to choose in which environment I want to log in. Among the possible selections is gnome, how can I set the default choice?
Well - I'm using 10.04 and xUbuntu, and with german menu translation, which is a bit different, but you should as well have a section
There you should find a group 'session and starting' or similar. There you should be able to select what the default is.
Maybe you have 'save session on shutdown' and 'login to last session'. Using them in combination might lead to the desired result. If you change the settings, but don't save it at shutdown, the start of last (saved) session will always lead to the same, old session.
Ubuntu Classic (or Classic Ubuntu, whichever its called) is the 11.04 equivalent of the original GNOME login. It will load GNOME without Unity, which should be familiar to the old-style GNOME logins from before Unity.
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