Software :: Gnome Does Not Restore Setting After Login

Mar 23, 2010

After login (Fedora 12, kernel under the Gnome shell I see Gnome does not restore my setting (keyboard layouts, the size of terminal fonts). I can call Main menu only by the 3rd click. I touch MainMenu-System-Preference-keyboard and after the last action suddenly all fonts on desktop change his size, terminal window changes to my settings (font, size) and I may to change keyboard layouts by the way which I had choose. Two days ago the full update was made? no progress. How to force Gnome to do it (restore my settings) automatically?

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Ubuntu :: Restore The Default Gnome Login?

Apr 3, 2010

I installed KDE as an alternative desktop.(I still have gnome) When I rebooted my system it showed the KDE login screen. How do I restore the default Gnome login screen. I run Lucid.

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Ubuntu Installation :: How To Restore GNOME Login

Apr 5, 2010

I am trying Xfce in my Ubuntu Karmic installation. I just logged out and I get the Xubuntu login screen. I prefer the GNOME one, and xubuntu-desktop sets Xfce as default. I tried editing /etc/x11/default-display-manager and it already says /usr/sbin/gdm.

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CentOS 5 :: Gnome-login Configuration - Restore User Profile?

Nov 20, 2009

Last night I started my computer and loaded my CentOS 5.2 partition (Windows 7 on the other partition). I was able to login to my account, but was given a gnome error that the panel buttons (i.e. weather, cpu monitor etc) could not be loaded. I then went to restart the computer (probably not the smartest thing to do) and was given some file errors upon shutdown that were related to /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00. After restart I was taken to a shell and ran fsck manually. It seemed to find a lot of bad blocks, so I repaired the /dev/VolGroup00 system and restarted. At this point CentOS seemed to boot normally, but upon loading of the login screen I get the error: Configuration not correct The configuration file contains an invalid command line for the login dialog, so running the default command. Please fix your configuration.

I cannot even log in as root. I get the error /usr/bin/gnome-session: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared objects file: no such file or directory. I then went to a shell and ran: sudo yum install, but the package was already installed and up to date, so there was nothing to do. I am therefore stuck at this login screen with pull-down menus and tabs where I can change the configuration, add/remove users etc. So, my question is this: How do I restore my user profile so I can login....and if anyone has some insight, what caused this to happen in the first place? I should also mention, this all happened after plugging the computer into a new internet connection. No clue if that's even relevant.

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General :: Restore Default Setting Of Desktop Of Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narhwal Unity

Jul 22, 2011

i have lost my setting of unity desktop and launcher is not seen on desk top as well as search barwhich use to come on pressing of meta window key.

how to restore launcher and search bar setting or u may say default unity setting

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Slackware :: How Can I Restore It To Gnome And Add It To KDE

Mar 8, 2010

When I used KDE 4.3.1 with Slack kernel, there were no option to shutdown the computer from KDE. I always had to log off, then issue a "sudo /sbin/halt". The same goes for the reboot option.When I tried XFCE and Gnome Slackbuild on the same kernel, I noticed that there was options to reboot and shutdown. But when I compiled a new 2.6.33 kernel, it seems such options disappeared from Gnome. I didn't check XFCE.

How can I restore it to Gnome, and add it to KDE? I tried looking in the kernel config, but couldn't figure out which option is related to that.

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Ubuntu :: How To Restore Gnome In 10.04

Apr 16, 2011

I pulled a bone headed maneuver when I thought I would try KDE. I used Synaptic and thought that I had done all correctly but on reboot all I got was a BG screen and a terminal wanting me to log in. I did but remained in the terminal... lost! I had passed on my 32 bit copy of Lucid so I installed the 64 bit copy on a new partition, so as to recover all my data. The problem is that the Flash Player does not work and I'm not inclined to fight it into living. I am downloading the 32 bit copy, right now but I need to know if it is possible to repair my old 32 bit install and save many hours of agony?

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Ubuntu :: Restore Login Screen UI

Apr 14, 2010

i just installed Ubuntu 9.10 today and got the regular login screen like this:


But I was tinkering around while I was there and hit the accessibility button, chose one of the options that had something to do with contrast then the UI changed colors and became Blue and white-ish. I unchecked the contrast option again but the UI didn't change back to its original colors like the image above. Rebooting didn't work either.

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OpenSUSE :: How To Restore Gnome Panel

Jun 2, 2010

I right clicked on the panel on my Gnome Desktop and clicked on "Delete This Panel", now all the applications are gone, I can only access them by using alt + tab.How can I restore the Panel, I am running openSuse 11.2

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OpenSUSE :: How To Restore GNOME Without Reinstall 11.4?

Jul 3, 2011

I have installed OpenSUSE 11.4 with GNOME and it works perfect. But when i tried to uninstall Mozilla Firefox with other Mozilla adds, it began to uninstall all default gnome apps. And my GNOME menu and desk was empty. I tried to set back apps and to install again Mozilla stuff with other GNOME apps, so some apps has restored but main menu has half apps not like default. But after restart OS startet with IceWM, not with GNOME at all... So how to restore GNOME default mode without reinstalling OpenSUSE?

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Ubuntu :: Restore Gnome Panel

Oct 15, 2010

The other day I kind of messed up my panel and accidentally removed the exit icon from the upper right corner (in the panel). So I tried to restore the panel using this command:


It did the trick and restored the panels, however instead of saying my user name, it said root (again the upper right corner, in the panel). I realized this might be because I ran the command with sudo but if I didn't it would not succeed. AND when I reboot, it returns to its' messed up state.

I am running Ubuntu 10.10

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OpenSUSE Install :: Can't Login - Gnome - Background And The Login Box In The Middle Of The Page Just Turns Whole White And Keeps Flashing

Jun 23, 2011

when I get into the login page, I can only see the background and the login box in the middle of the page just turns whole white and keeps flashing. no response for any clicks. I was force to ctrl+alt+F1 to switch to init 1 to do my work. But I still want to use my graphical desktop either KDE or Gnome is ok. I am using gnome.

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Ubuntu :: Restore Default Login Interface?

Jan 16, 2011

the other day I was playing around with various GDM themes for the login screen without realizing that they're not really supported in the newest version of Ubuntu (10.10). Somehow though, I managed to install one of these themes (not sure how I got it working), and now I want to restore it back to the default login interface. how to go about this without screwing something up.

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Ubuntu :: 9.10 - Login On GNOME Or GNOME Fail Safe Mode

Mar 12, 2010

I have installed Ubuntu 9.10 on my Dell GX240. I have severe difficulty logging in. If I try to login on GNOME or GNOME fail safe mode , I just cant get in . I keep getting the login screen again. I am able to go into terminal mode. Sometimes I have to try upto 100 times to login in GNOME or failsafe mode. Once I am in everything is fine. Is there a way to do some troublshooting? Also transfer to USB sticks is very slow - sometimes as slow as 1MB per min. Is this normal with Ubuntu?

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Fedora Networking :: How To Restore Nm-applet In Gnome

Apr 9, 2010

I have accidently removed the nm-applet icon fron the panel .How can I restore the icon back on the upper panel? The nm-applet is running but without the icon appearing on the panel.In the startup application --> I edited it back to /usr/bin/nm-applet but it won't appear on the panel

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Ubuntu :: Restore Gnome Desktop To Default?

Mar 17, 2010

I did something to my Gnome and now it won't load. Can I reset everything? When I say "default" I mean the default desktop. Not the default session.

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Ubuntu :: Restore Bottom Panel / Gnome / 9.04?

Mar 24, 2010

I deleted the bottom panel when I switched to AWN.

If I decide to.... how can I revert/restore to the default gnome desktop? I can add a bottom panel but can't remember what applets go into it.

A friend wants to buy this laptop and may prefer the default, original gnome desktop.

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Software :: Use 'screen' To Restore A Gnome-session?

Oct 24, 2010

This is regarding the 'screen' utility. I use an utility called 'HummingBird Exceed' to get the XSession of a linux client on my windows desktop (basically it uses XDMCP). But the pain is that at the end of the day, when I close Exceed, the session gets destroyed. I did lot of searching on the web to know how the save and restore session in Exceed, but failed. However, I found that 'screen' is the utility which keeps the session intact even when you logout. So, I did the following:

a. Logged into the machine using Putty (terminal emulator).

b. Started 'screen'.

c. Issued the command: /usr/bin/gnome-session

I got the XSession on the Exceed and started working. I opened three or four gnome-terminals. But when I logout of exceed(and detach from the screen), the screen displayed a message saying that 'Connection to XServer was lost". Hence I could not restore to this session when I reattached to the screen. how do I use 'screen' so that when I attach to the screen on which I had started gnome-session, it attempts to connect to the Xserver and open the session as it was before detaching?

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CentOS 5 :: Restore Gnome Desktop Menu?

Oct 22, 2009

I seem to have lost my desktop menu at the top of the screen (for want of the right term the start menu in windows). Can anyone remember how I can get it back or the name and location of the utility I can use to control the look & features of the desktop?

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Ubuntu Security :: Bad Login Protocols - Graphical Login For Gnome Sizes Itself To Accommodate A User's Exact Password Length

Dec 14, 2010

I'm seeing really bad user login format under a standard installation and am wondering why ubuntu does this as default. I have noticed that the graphical login for gnome sizes itself to accommodate a user's exact password length. This indicates to me that somewhere on the unencrypted part of a standard installation with user encryption contains at least some indication of the content of the password length which seems a security flaw even if not a complete hole, it majorly reduces the number of attempts a cracker would have to cycle through.

And that's assuming that *only* the length is contained. Furthermore it seems that it would be MUCH better to simply display the number of characters entered into the pw field and allowing the gui to expand itself from an fixed size as the field is filled out so the the user still receives visual feedback for entering characters. Either a simple character count display should be entered into the field or a 10 dot to new line so that one can visually quickly count the number enter by multiplying from a 10base graphical observation.

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Ubuntu :: Restore Login Page Icon In Lucid?

May 4, 2010

I have just upgraded from Karmic to Lucid and have an issue with the login screen. It defaulted to show the edubuntu logo. this is probably because I tested the edubuntu packages on my system and it thought it was a edubuntu system.

I went into /usr/share/pixmaps/splash and replaced the edubuntu-splash.png file with the Ubuntu logo png (i renamed the file).

Unfortunately this did not work and now I have a login screen with a "no image" icon.

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General :: Restore The Gnome Panel Volume Control In 10.04?

May 25, 2010

I use alsa, and I don't have a volume control applet on my Gnome Panel.When I right click and select "add to panel", there is nothing that has to do with "sound", "audio" or "volume" in the list, and the "Indicator Applet" or "Indicator Applet Session" things have no volume controls, or properties that would let you enable any sort of volume control.

How can I get a volume control in Ubuntu, so I don't have to run aumix in a terminal or something? I've got the thing working now. But does anyone know why the new, fancy "Indicator Applet" volume control doesn't appear? The Gnome Volume Control Applet isn't as nicely featured, although it actually works.

I've been using Linux since Redhat 5, it's beyond me why these sorts of problems are still around. Someone should just put a damn "Volume Control" element in the list of things to add to the panel, even if it doesn't work, perhaps showing an error message.

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Software :: Restore Deleted Files In Gnome Commander?

Jan 26, 2010

Is any easy way to restore deleted files with Gnome Commander (v1.2.8.2)? I have external drive with two partitions: FAT32 and EXT4. I was using GC on Ubuntu 9.10 and it was working fine, today I installed openSUSE and GC is showing only EXT4 partition. Nautilus is showing both and it is working fine though.

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Fedora :: Deleted Default Icons In Gnome Panel - How To Restore

Oct 12, 2010

I accidentally deleted the default icons in the gnome panel on the top right. I tried to get them back from the add to panel. I went through every program I could, but none of the original programs were found. I'm running fedora 13.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Gnome 3 - Lost Desktop - Restore Default Files?

May 9, 2011

I think I made one tweak too far and as a result have lost my desktop - no top panel, launcher just a blank screen with my desktop background. I've created a new user and everything is fine under that account so I don't think it is terminal. which files I should delete/replace to restore the desktop back to it's default settings? I've deleted the .gnome2, .gconf and .gconfd folders but that has not solved the problem.

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Ubuntu :: No Login Sound Checked At Startup Applications And Found GNOME Login Sound Is Enabled?

Aug 7, 2010

I hear no login sound when I login to my ubuntu. I checked at startup applications and found GNOME login sound is enabled. The command used there is

/usr/bin/canberra-gtk-play --id="desktop-login" --description="GNOME Login"

Its not only this, but there is no other sounds enabled - for mouse clicks etc

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Ubuntu :: Setting Volume During Login?

Feb 1, 2011

Anybody have a good way to set the volume level to about 25% during a Gnome login? I sometimes have it to 100% watching movies, then I shutdown. The next day, the login sound is so loud it makes the windows (and my brain) rattle!

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Debian :: Login Screen Setting Using Gdm3?

Jul 13, 2011

Using Debian testing and gdm3. I had set the login screen settings to automatically log me in however I want to change it back so that I have to login on startup however I cannot change the settings.In System > Administration > Login Screen the 'Click to make changes' highlights when I put the mouse pointer over it and it blinks when I click on it but that is all that happens so I cannot make any changes. Is there any way to fix this problem.

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Fedora :: Setting PATHs In .cshrc Or .login

Mar 17, 2011

I'm a csh user. In my .cshrc or .login files, I'd like to add certain directories to my search PATH, but I'd first like to check if those directories are already in the search path before attempting to add them (so don't add the same directory twice). The following isn't working

if ( "${PATH}" !~ ~/bin ) then
setenv PATH "${PATH}:$HOME/bin"

The problem is that the if-statements always evaluates to TRUE, meaning that ~/bin is always added to the path, even if it's already in the path.

What am I doing wrong in the above regulat expression, or alternatively, what's an easy way to accomplish the same thing?

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OpenSUSE :: Setting Of New Login Screen For Kde Dysfunctional?

Aug 9, 2011

yesterday I met a colleague on the floor, who told me that after looking at the jailhouse theme of Suse 11.4 (I guess that'sa kind of curtain? it really is remarkably ugly) he switched to Ubuntu. So well, I won't go that far, but now I thought, let'sswitch the login-screen for something better.Okay, I go to System Settings / System Administration / Login Screen, tab Theme.Alright, there are six themes there, but I don't like them. Great, there is "Get New Theme"!Okay, I get one. But the list of themes doesn't change --- I would have expected, that the newtheme would now be automatically included. So well, a bit stupid, but apparently it wants youto explicitly include it: so I click "Install new theme" --- unfortunately, then there is no hintwhere the themes have been stored! Okay, I download another one, hoping that during thatprocess I will be told what happens. Alas, there was a chance for such enlightenment with KDE3.

but likely no longer with KDE4 (which seems to go the Windows route, hiding everything; with thelittle difference that under Windows the basic things actually work). So no hint where it stores theselogin themes. Okay, I search the Internet, find various possibilities, /usr, /etc, and ~/.kde, ~/.kde4, butin none of them can I find these themes! (I found the desktop themes, and I found the six themes which were already there,but not the new themes).So could somebody tell my where KDE hides the newly downloaded themes?

By the way, the information under "Help" seems either irrelevant or outdated (the directories mentionedseem false anyway).In general, I think most(!) KDE problems would be solved if KDE would be more "verbose", enlighten the userabout its actions (while on the other hand, at least KDE4 seems to have the goal of "never say anything").Thanks for your attentionFrustrated Oliver(Since September 2010 I try to become friends with KDE4, where I was really satisfied with KDE3.

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