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That's because of dependencies. On a standard Ubuntu installation, the Ubuntu Desktop depends on X.Org which further depends on either GNOME terminal or XTerm or X term emulator which is basically a virtual package. If you run aptitude why gnome-terminal the output will be i ubuntu-desktop Depends xorg i A xorg Depends gnome-terminal | xterm |...


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Assuming your this question is a followup Question of this https://askubuntu.com/a/1171364/739431 and you are aware of the warning Be Careful while editing the gdm3.css or its original file.. small mistakes in code.. will not let you login.. you need special support to bring back things to normal.. Proceed with your own. I think below changed codes from ...


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This turned out to be a Onboard issue. The installation of the gnome3 application included an installation of Onboard. This is a front end for accessibility features. The purge of the application did not remove the installation of Onboard so I had to purge Onboard explicitly. Now the icon is gone, and I no longer have the accessibility dialog popping up ...


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Work Around get the keycodes of j,k,l & m keys with the below command xev | grep keycode example: pratap@i7-4770:~$ xev | grep keycode state 0x0, keycode 36 (keysym 0xff0d, Return), same_screen YES, state 0x0, keycode 44 (keysym 0x6a, j), same_screen YES, state 0x0, keycode 44 (keysym 0x6a, j), same_screen YES, state 0x0, keycode 45 (...


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Press Ctrl+Alt+F2 to switch to a terminal window. Sometimes, this is not possible. Press Alt+SysRq+R to get the keyboard. If pressing Ctrl+Alt+F2 before failed, try it again now. Press Alt+SysRq+E to terminate all processes. Press Alt+SysRq+I to kill all processes. Press Alt+SysRq+S to sync your disks. Wait for OK or Done message. If you don't see a message, ...


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