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Grundoko
November 28th, 2010, 06:47 AM
I've had this problem multiple times on multiple different computers, on multiple different installs of Ubuntu 10.10.

It seems to only happen in Ubuntu 10.10, and not in other distros like Debian, or even Linux Mint 10 which is based on Ubuntu 10.10.


When I login, I'm greeted by my wallpaper, and nothing else. Gnome-Panel does not launch. I can use the hotkey (Ctrl + Alt + T) and then launch gnome-panel manually, and it works fine. It is not malfunctioning, but when I login, it doesn't start automatically.

I'm not 100% sure, but it seems to happen after I install my graphics driver, since that's the last thing I did before my last reboot.

I have tried resetting my gconf settings, which brought everything back to defaults, but gnome-panel still does not start on login.

Before you ask, gnome-panel is showing in the required-components in gconf-editor.


Any suggestions? I could always put it under Startup Applications, but I'll never live with myself knowing something isn't quite working right =/

wojox
November 29th, 2010, 12:24 AM
Run these two commands from your terminal. You may need to log out and back in.



gconftool --recursive-unset /apps/panel
pkill gnome-panel

ClyN3il
March 22nd, 2011, 02:09 PM
I'm having the same problem (in Maverick)... resetting gconf settings didn't help...

Arijit_Kundu
March 22nd, 2011, 02:26 PM
May be this can help: run gconf-editor in a terminal. Then go to /desktop/gnome/session/required_components

see the name 'panel' and confirm that gnome-panel is written as its value.

Biokiller2510
May 30th, 2011, 03:39 PM
Hello folks, i hope I'm not to late on this matter.

I had the same problem after i upgraded to Ubuntu 10.10 and i managed to figure a work-around for this problem, it worked for me and it has to work for you guys:

1- Open System -> Preferences -> Startup Applications
2- Click Add
3- Write Panel in the name
4- In the Command write: bash -c "gnome-panel"
5- Add a Comment if you want to (e.g: WIN!)
6- Click Add and Restart

Regards,
Pedro.

speedyboiz
February 20th, 2013, 04:05 AM
Run these two commands from your terminal. You may need to log out and back in.



gconftool --recursive-unset /apps/panel
pkill gnome-panel

Yes, it's work :)

Thanks

Wild Man
February 20th, 2013, 05:56 AM
Old thread closed.