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revised gnome-panel broken with xmonad session in 14.04
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comment gnome-panel broken with xmonad session in 14.04
@Shay: I observed that logging into "GNOME with Xmonad" without xmonad.hs will not start gnome-panel by default. Since it was not explicit that you had a xmonad.hs in your question, I (wrongly) assumed that was your problem. Anyway, after the abovementioned steps, logging into "GNOME with Xmonad" starts gnome-panel, and the indicators were exactly the same as those seen in "GNOME Flashback (Metacity)". All observations were made using a fresh install in vmware, which is the most objective reference I could get.
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answered gnome-panel broken with xmonad session in 14.04
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comment gnome-panel broken with xmonad session in 14.04
How did you run "xmonad --replace" under flashback sessions? Tried to run it both in terminal and alt-f2, but ended up with an empty desktop that only respond to right click; the xmonad mod keys were not responsive. The only usable desktop environment for me was XMonad.
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