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Well, thanks to @cl-netbox and @Videonauth, I have solved the problem. Apparently, even though python-apt was up to date, some other package (that it probably depends on) wasn't, and that was the cause of the issue. Simply running sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo reboot Fixed the issue.


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Bring your system up-to-date, reinstall the unity-settings-daemon and reboot your system: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get --reinstall install unity-settings-daemon sudo reboot This could already solve the issue...


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Pymol starts to work fine without python crash after i revert the nvidia driver back to an older version 304.131. Installed through Ubuntu repository: sudo apt-get install nvidia-current You can also specific a version to install, e.g. sudo apt-get install nvidia-331 sudo apt-get install nvidia-340 Hope these helps.



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