Ubuntu :: Can't Install Gnome3-session

May 10, 2011

when I try to install gnome3-session it says I have miising depends and broken packages. I have no broken packages and cant seem to get past the depends.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Install Gnome3-session?

May 14, 2011

I installed gnome-shell from the respective PPA on my 11.04 ubuntu installation and I have problems running this combination smoothly! Sometimes when I log in I get Metacity windows and no Gnome session, sometimes I get the correct Gnome3 session...I guess that somehow the packages I have installed on my system got mixed up.Anyway: when I try to "sudo apt-get install gnome3-session" I get the following error:Quote:

The following packages have unmet dependencies:
gnome3-session : Depends: gnome-session-bin (< 2.33) but 3.0.1-0ubuntu1~build2 is to be installed
Depends: gnome-session-common (= 2.32.1-0ubuntu20) but 3.0.1-0ubuntu1~build2 is to be installed

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ERROR:

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Here is my xorg.conf file as generated by nvidia-settings.

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