Since saved sessions is disabled in Ubuntu 12.04, tabs are lost with every reboot, which can be very painful..
I know tabs can't be restored as there is no way to open nautilus with a list of tabs. I'd just like to be able to save a bunch of opened paths when I need to, without typing them down or making a screenshot ..
Is there a native way provided by Unity to save an arbitrary desktop session, in order to restore it during next system start? By desktop session, I refer to all the applications currently running with their windows states regarding work spaces and such.
To make things clear, I do not want to just use any hibernate modes to switch off the computer.
I installed the latest version of Cinnamon on Ubuntu 12.04 and now Nemo replaces Nautilus when I choose Unity or Gnome Shell session. When I start Unity I have to restart the session for 3-4 times to restore Nautilus, on the contrary when I choose Gnome Shell Nautilus never works, it remains Nemo.
I just upgraded to 13.10, and now my Unity Session is broken, I noticed it installed Gnome Session Flashback during the upgrade, so I removed it thinking it may have conflicted with something else I've installed, but that didn't fix it.
My Firefox profile has a setting "Show my windows and tabs from last time" set and I have several tabs pinned, but whenever I open a new session, instead of focusing on one of the pinned tabs (preferably the first one), it chooses to open a new tab which I don't need.
I was just installing unity desktop via terminal command's
sudo apt-get install unity
and downloaded the rest of 56,7 mb of archives.
Well, I got no problem when it was downloading and installing via terminal.
It was finished, but, when I was logging out my xubuntu session and trying to log in again to unity
I got no Unity or Unity 2D Session from the setting button on the top right side of