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How do I remove the unity 2D option in lightdm (login sceen) in ubuntu 12.04?
Because I wish to view my full username at login, I want to remove the "Unity 2D" option at the login screen. Currently the last part of the username (after the 20th digit) is hidden behind the ...
Dec 8 '12 at 19:24
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