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I was also on the Same Boat when I had 14.04 Now I am on Velvet ! Here is the solution script that I has worked for me: #!/bin/bash echo echo Install BleachBit echo apt-get install bleachbit -y echo echo Clean echo apt-get autoclean apt-get clean echo echo Update & Upgrade echo apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get dist-upgrade echo echo echo ...


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You can try start system in recovery mode: How can I start in safe mode? Also, if you don`t mind , you might install gnome-session , for example: sudo apt-get install cairo-dock and change session to login


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I found the solution on Server Fault: We have to create an executable script in /etc/pm/sleep.d/ that will cancel any hibernate or suspend actions. sudoedit /etc/pm/sleep.d/000cancel-hibernate-suspend The content of this file should be: #!/bin/sh # prevents hibernation and suspend . "$PM_FUNCTIONS" case "${1}" in suspend|hibernate) inhibit ;; ...


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I faced the same problem, so I removed lightdm (sudo apt-get remove lightdm) and reinstalled it after restarting my pc, which solved my problem. If it is still not working, open light-locker-settings and make sure Enable light-locker is off.


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A similar problem happened to a friend of mine a couple years ago. It turned out to be an account management problem. His user had no home directory associated. Try accessing another tty by pressing Ctrl + Alt + F2. Log in as root and try: # finger yourusername You should see something like this: Login: yourusername Name: Your User ...


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One possiblity for a solution is the following. when you arrive at the log in screen rather than 'loggin in' drop to a terminal. Normally you can do this with the key combo (ie press the control key and any of the F keys). You should get a login prompt. Login in with your username and password. you should now be able to start an X session with the startx ...


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I also had this problem, but ended up fixing it. It is not necessary to delete your ~/.profile, but that file is what's causing the issue. Just make sure it doesn't print anything to STDOUT (and possibly STDERR as well). Once i removed the printing from my ~/.profile file, i was able to log in with GDM.


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yes you are safe. Auto login wont remove the password and it wont stop the authentication it just doesn't ask you for a PW at boot. Firewall(S) very likely also protect you.


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thats work very well, I read in this post: How To Install LightDM 1.7.0 On Ubuntu 13.10/13.04/12.10 And Linux Mint 16/15/14 and I ran: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:lightdm-gtk-greeter-team/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install lightdm-gtk-greeter but I disliked it, so I can't solve to my display manager default for Ubuntu, and after I did this: ...


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I have same problem in 11.04. I solved it by re-installing Compiz. Open a terminal window. Type, sudo apt-get remove compiz and hit Enter Type your password if requested (nothing will show up for privacy), type Y and hit Enter if it asks you for confirmation When that task is done, or if it failed because it wasn't installed in the first place, type, sudo ...



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