I am able to run sessions over an ssh connection but I rather use the "Ubuntu classic desktop (no effects)" version on Ubuntu 11.04 instead of the new Unity since I don't have 3d support on the laptop I'm using to display the graphical User Interface. How can I startup the older gnome-session without the 3d effects? I tried gnome-session but it seems to be the option with the 3d effects and I want a more stripped down session over my ssh session.
From the command line the GNOME Classic Desktop is started with:
Other session types are installed by default in
/usr/share/gnome-session/sessions/ and can also be opened with the
gnome-session --session=SESSION command where SESSION is the name of the
SESSION.session file stored.