Quoted from the changelog:
You can now upgrade safely againChangelog
libunity (6.8.0-0ubuntu2) quantal; urgency=low
[ Łukasz 'sil2100' Zemczak ]
* Cherry-picked from upstream.
- libunity9 now depends on unity-common which depends on compiz
- Build failure: be tolerant of missing GSettings (LP: #973518 )
- Remove dependency to unity-common, as now we're more fault-tolerant
about missing schemas
[ Didier Roche ]
- Actually, downgrade it rather to suggests.
-- Didier Roche <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 05 Oct 2012 15:49:08 +0200
Thanks to the developers for fixing this so quickly.
Thanks to all involved in making this remix - finally answered my search for the right distro for me.
I'm going to hop onto IRC sooner or later and get involved in helping out if I can.
For now a quick question - I selected auto-login during the initial setup and now it won't turn off. Logging out just logs me back in straight away.
I know its a known issue on the Wiki page - but I can't seem to turn off autologin - it says off, but it still automatically logs me in anyway.
Last edited by DangerMouseUK; October 6th, 2012 at 04:04 AM. Reason: Read Q&A
I really should file bugs I guess
Heh - it's cool bro Gonna go and edit the config files now and see if I can get my login screen back
Hi, I'm on the beta and have a problem where, in Brightness and Lock, I've set Turn off screen to Never and Lock to Off, and in Power Settings, I've set Suspend to 'Don't Suspend'. But when there's inactivity, monitor goes to standby mode still after 15 minutes, so the settings don't seem to be working. How do I fix this?
Just thought I'd add a couple of links to the gdm related problems:
Basically with the version of gdm in Ricotz staging, along with all packages from Ricotz testing/staging and the Gnome 3 PPA, gdm now obeys the settings applied in System Settings.
But log out still does NOT work if you have auto-login set
Sorry I can't be of more help, my abilities are just limited ATM
Hey bro, I purged the ricotz PPA's and now it all seems to be working which is strange - I didn't even edit anything. Just thought I'd do a cleanup before editing.
Weird ! All I did was purge the staging and testing PPAs and it replaced the packages and hey presto - all working
I also purged them because changing brightness on my laptop caused the window manager to crash with the staging and testing PPAs should really file some bugs on that one.
Another problem: Starting Gnome tweak tool from terminal, if I use the automatic install for shell themes, it says installed successfully and lists the new theme but the theme doesn't work. Manually installing the archive to /home/.themes works though, but the tweak tool installer is broken.
Also there seems to be a problem with rhythmbox, if I maximize it and then double click the title bar to restore it, it won't restore, then i have to drag the titlebar down to restore it but the window size stays the same as in maximized state. This happens a lot for me.
Last edited by DisappearingOak; October 8th, 2012 at 09:45 AM.
OK, we just got another goodie, Epiphany/Web just got updated to 3.6.0 (webkit 1.10.0), please give it a spin
Ubuntu now has the most complete and stable Gnome 3.6 AFAIK, great
Thanks to Jeremy and all other developers involved.