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E: Unable to locate package unity-place-applications E: Unable to locate package unity-place-files unity-place-applications and unity-place-files are no more available in Ubuntu 14.04 instead use unity-lens-applications and unity-lens-files which is founded in universe repository, so first enable it(if it's disabled for some reason else skip it ...


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I had the same issue. The HUD used to work fine. I did install the Tweak tool (to get sloppy pointer focus). Restarting unity (see How do I restart an Unity session from the terminal?) made the HUD come back.


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This command worked for me: DISPLAY=:0 compiz --replace& The DISPLAY=:0 is needed only if calling from another shell (for example, when using ctrl-F1 terminal).


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At some point this problem disappeared for me. Maybe restarting helped?


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Now I know why this weird thing happens. Coz u have different kernel. When I initially install Gnome14.10, it uses kernel version 3.16.0-23-generic and gnome version 3.12, then I upgrade to kernel 3.16.0-29-generic and gnome 3.14. When I reinstall the original gnome 14.10(kernel 3.16,0-23 gnome 3.12) and restore my sys(kernel 3.16.0-29 and gnome 3.14) this ...


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The Dash is Ubuntu's equivalent of the start menu. From it you can do a lot of useful tasks. Here is an overview. Press Super to open it. You may know super as the "Windows Key" - it opens the start menu in Windows. When you open the dash you'll see an overview of recent programs and file / folder. You can search just by typing, that will show ...


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Had the same issues here, but it didn't happen after an upgrade. I shut the laptop down in the morning and all of a sudden had no window decorations, no dash and no menu bar after booting it up tonight. Following Leonard Broman's suggestion, I opened CompizConfig (fortunately right-clicking the blank desktop still gave me a context menu with the Open ...



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