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I'm unable to run unity-2d-panel. I've tried apt-get --reinstall. This is with 11.10 32 bit Oneiric - upgraded from Natty. Any idea how to get past this?
Here is the .xsession-errors when starting Ubuntu 2d: http://paste.ubuntu.com/708039/ In a terminal, I get:

unity-2d-panel: [FATAL] Settings schema 'com.canonical.Unity2d.Panel' is not installed

Ok. I've gotten past this, I used dpkg to list all packages having 'unity' in them and re-installed all of them, it turns out some of the dependencies were wrong and somehow unity-2d-places and unity-2d-spread were not installed. It seems something deeper has gone wrong in my packaging... I'm now having missing icons, etc.

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More context might help -- what version of Ubuntu are you running? –  belacq Oct 14 '11 at 14:48
    
What happens when you try to run "unity-2d-panel" in a terminal? (Add the results to your question) –  Jorge Castro Oct 14 '11 at 14:58

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OP has solved the problem themselves and updated the question to reflect this

Ok. I've gotten past this, I used dpkg to list all packages having 'unity' in them and re-installed all of them, it turns out some of the dependencies were wrong and somehow unity-2d-places and unity-2d-spread were not installed.

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