Ubuntu :: After Restart Cant Found Both Panels

Apr 21, 2010

i am running ubuntu 9.4 yesterday i was trying to remove evolution mail and it's okay it's done removed after restart i cant found the Both panels.i found a way to restore them on this site but the way is by using terminal and . i cant open the terminal - cuz i cant found the panels even alt+f2 - do nothing.i found a download link for gnome-terminal-2.30.0 packege , But i don't know how to install it.

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The symptom is that after login, neither the top nor the bottom gnome panels are displayed. I can right-click on the desktop and get the desktop menu, and I can type Alt-F1 and get the left-hand launcher menus, though the top panel still does not display.

The problem does not always occur, but nearly always. The first login to a newly created account will often show the panels, but in subsequent logins the panels are hidden.

If I login in Failsafe GNOME mode, the panels will appear.

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