GConf backend: There is an unsupported value at path /apps/compiz/plugins/scale/allscreens/options/initiate_edge
it means that they changes something in the gnome. do compiz --replace to go back to using compiz-fusion.
you MIGHT want to fire up synaptic (package manager) and see about installing XGL, that does help for a speed increase.
just start up synaptic
(open a terminal and sudo synaptic ) it will ask for your password.
then choose the search button, and search for xgl. dont get the DEV files, you wont need them. once installed, reboot (OR control + Alt + Backspace) that resets the x.org server, and it should use xgl also, and the effects should fly then
S--t man . I lost my both top and bottom panel. How Can I restore that ? Please some body help. I am unable to launch anything. My desk looks like this
press alt + f2
the "run" box will pop up.
i think that is the command.
that should allow you to get back both of your panels in there.
might i suggest using only 1 panel, that way you have just a bit more screen real estate?
Or you could try this, by alt-f2 again, nautilus...
view hidden files...
and I found that the monitor value was set to "-1" and the screen value wasn't
set at all. I set them both to "0". Still no visible panel. Then I also set
orientation to "top", and now had a visible panel on the LCD. So then I went
and set monitor and screen to "1" and again orientation to "top".
that should give you a panel.
yankie, dont use AWN then, use wbar. it is in the ubuntu forums somewhere, and if you cant find it, then i will post it here for you.
the config requires a bit of text editing, but it works just like AWN, more or less, and it does not require compositing.
it is what i use.