After upgrading to 12.04 Gnome Classic amd64,every time I log on a new additional blank panel appears on the top and bottom panels - which I delete every time. In addition, the default panel applets are duplicated in the original panels.
Also the panels in the second screen are empty (in addition to the wallpaper being hidden).
GNOME Classic is a GNOME 3 desktop designed to offer the look-and-feel of a GNOME 2/MATE desktop, that is, of a traditional or classic GNOME desktop. It’s for people who are not fond of the default GNOME Shell. It comes with every installation of GNOME 3, offered as an option in the login screen’s Session menu. To use it (GNOME […]
In a survey on the linux subreddit, the majority of Linux users still love Ubuntu but Unity is also the most hated desktop environment and Gnome2 is the most favorite (here is the survey result in details). Therefore it is no surprise that many Ubuntu users still tend to use Gnome Classic instead of Unity.
How to set gnome-classic as default session for all users in gdm3 (system-wide setting)? I'm using Debian Jessie with GNOME 3.12.
I've tried creating fake gnome.session in /etc/xdg/gnome-session/sessions that launches gnome-classic and searched for relevant gdm3 setting but to no avail. Solutions I've found online seem to work only for older GNOME versions.
I ahve gnome flashback which I have reinstalled 3x in the last day and still can't add top panels with alt+rt cl I am about to give up. is there a way to purge it and start over? I get the add to panel dialog OK but nothing actually adds