After updating today, 13.04 no longer shows Unity panels.
I tried the guide to reporting from console, but it always shows "please fill out the form in the automatically opened web browser". Is there no way to finish reporting a bug from console, or another computer?
Btw Ctrl+alt+T works for me, when the keyboard input doesn't go to pidgin, that is.
ubuntu-bug /var/crash/_usr_bin_compiz.1000.crash does not pop up a browser window.
I tried this, and it doesn't help, I still have the same problem after resetting. How do I reset my Unity configuration?
Does this happen on all machines with Intel Mobile GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics Controller?
I've filed a bug report, it is now marked as "high" importance, triaged. The question is, how old of a computer is "supported" with the latest releases of Ubuntu? This machine has also been affected by the jittery titles in Chromium bug, and a general slowness that made me wonder how supported the graphics-card was.
I've seen much older (P4 era) computers running 12.x Ubuntu, but I suppose the newer releases don't go through as much testing on even 5-year-old machines? Is there any documentation on what QA practices Ubuntu uses on updates, and major distribution upgrades?