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Run sudo dpkg-reconfigure lightdm You will be shown a screen like this: Select lightdm, press TAB (to select the OK button) and ENTER. Then run systemctl disable sddm If you don't plan on ever using sddm again uninstall with sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove sddm Reboot and you should be presented with the lightdm login screen (unless autologin is ...


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Open a terminal and type unity and hit return, after you have your desktop back close the terminal and reopen it normally. Actually i have the same problem on my second computer but i do this direct after boot up and have then menu bars everywhere. As far i know this is a known bug and a fix is in the making, just couldn't find the link anymore.


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I found the answer. The file is located here: ~/.dmrc


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It's probably possible although I never tried. If you have a single video board and that's an NVidia that you use with the NVidia proprietary drivers, then it won't work (and in that case what you saw was just a "lucky" side effect of some bug.) This is because they (NVidia) do not "properly" divide each video port in a distinct video port. However, it ...


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I used a pretty ugly workaround, but it gets the job done. Copy your desktop wallpaper into /usr/share/backgrounds, then change its name to warty-final-ubuntu.png, which should be the name of the current default login wallpaper. (If you want to keep the original, just change its name first to avoid it being overwritten.) Your desktop and login wallpaper ...



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