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
I installed Ubuntu 14.04 (with Cinnamon) for working. But I really miss MacOS-style terminal which would store the opened tabs and paths. What I need from the program is the ability to save all opened tabs, their colors, and current directories automatically on exit, so the whole state would be restored automatically after every reboot.