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Press Alt+F2 type unity and press Enter.
Reinstall the Unity desktop environment. On login screen press Ctrl+Alt+F1. Enter your user name and password. Execute the following commands: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get install --reinstall unity I recommend to reboot the system.
The cleanest would be of course to fix the bug, but as a workaround, the background script below will do the job: #!/usr/bin/env python3 import subprocess import time key = "org.gnome.settings-daemon.peripherals.keyboard numlock-state" while True: time.sleep(1) state = subprocess.check_output([ "/bin/bash", "-c", "gsettings get ...
… used by … isn't a dependency. Ubuntu web browser is webbrowser-app and this packages doesn't depends on webapps-common as you can see here: % apt-cache showpkg webbrowser-app Package: webbrowser-app Versions: 0.23+15.10.20150929-0ubuntu1 (/var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_wily_main_binary-i386_Packages) (/var/lib/dpkg/status) ...
This setting is under the "Display Setting" in System Settings. You can get to it by searching "Display". Here is what it looks like:
OK, I've solved the problem myself by removing .kde folder. Yes, it's full solution.
Starting from Ubuntu 15.04, you can achieve this by starting your program and then right clicking on the icon in the dock and then selecting "Lock to Launcher".
I think that you can put the .desktop file - that you created on your Desktop - in the Launcher. If not, place it in ~/.local/share/applications/, on the next login it should show up in Unity and then you can put it in the Launcher.
Unity is just a Compiz plugin, you can reload it using: compiz --replace Or to let you close terminal compiz --replace & disown $! To confirm, you can check: $ file `which unity` /usr/bin/unity: Python script, ASCII text executable $ more /usr/bin/unity Another way, light reload only the plugin (very quick) Create the compiz_plugin_reloader ...
Your probably removed a huge portion of your system when you installed the xserver-xorg-dev package. At this point you can either try to fix your current system, or save your files and re-install the whole system. As from my understanding you essentially installed files to support the one package, that overwrite/remove your normal stable operating system. ...
Unity experimental is already released for ubuntu (x64) so why you are trying to install it through wine ? http://blogs.unity3d.com/2015/08/26/unity-comes-to-linux-experimental-build-now-available/
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