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Jun
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accepted Accidentally killed Unity; got it back, but now there's no window manager
Jun
10
answered Accidentally killed Unity; got it back, but now there's no window manager
Jun
10
comment Accidentally killed Unity; got it back, but now there's no window manager
Still no window manager after git-cloning unity-revamp and running unity-reset. Furthermore, that program does not terminate, and when I interrupt it with control-C, Unity dies even harder than before, in that I can no longer even send keyboard input to any open window, and must reboot.
Jun
10
comment Accidentally killed Unity; got it back, but now there's no window manager
unity --version tells me unity 6.12.0.
Jun
10
comment Accidentally killed Unity; got it back, but now there's no window manager
Ubuntu 12.10. 64-bit, if it matters. I don't know what version of Unity; how would I find out? I'm just using a stock Ubuntu install with all packages up-to-date.
Jun
10
awarded  Student
Jun
10
asked Accidentally killed Unity; got it back, but now there's no window manager