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You can try to use unity-tweak-tool. sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool In Appearance->Cursors there is a "Use large cursors" check box. This makes a cursor that would be large enough for most disabled persons.


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The sessions typically are listed on the login screen if they are read from .desktop files provided in /usr/share/xsessions folder. On my system ( default Unity desktop ) I have the following ubuntu.desktop file : [Desktop Entry] Name=Ubuntu Comment=This session logs you into Ubuntu Exec=gnome-session --session=ubuntu TryExec=unity Icon= Type=Application ...


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It depend to your graphic model and driver but usually these enviroment are stable in most cumputers 1-Xfce 2-Mate 3-Lxde


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To be honest it would be better to back up for files and all config files in the Home folder and do a fresh install of Ubunutu. If not try this: Start by running this command: Uninstall just ubuntu-gnome-desktop sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-gnome-desktop sudo apt-get remove gnome-shell This will remove just the ubuntu-gnome-desktop package itself. ...


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I'd recommend Lubuntu 14.04, unless you have a decent graphics card, in which case you could run the regular version.


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There is no official support in repository for Ubuntu 16.04 You can see it, if you click on the link https://packages.linuxdeepin.com/deepin/dists/ We'll have to install from source: https://github.com/linuxdeepin


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To change themes on Budgie you can use the desktop settings panel Raven, just click the power button You can change most desktop related settings here. If you want a more robust tweak tool application, you can use gnome-tweak-tool sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool Budgie is based on Gnome and this will work fine.


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Follow below instructions: sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop restart your computer and go to desktop



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