Thinkpad T400 laptop here, with both Intel and AMD (old) graphics. I normally use Intel graphics only, but I wanted to check the AMD ones too, so switched them in the BIOS, booted again, to see a stretched picture. I though it might get better with fglrx, but I now know those don't have support for the Radeon 3470 in this laptop. So I just removed them, switched back to Intel in the BIOS, reinstalled xorg, etc. following instructions at many places on the internet, "just in case".
Now I can't login to my main user (pablo). It actually logs in but I can't see Unity at all. I must return to the login screen with Ctrl+Alt+Del.
I just created a temporary user on the terminal via Ctrl+Alt+F1 (the one I'm using right now to write this) and have no issues with it, nor with the guest user.
I'm posting here my .xsession-errors file in hopes that some brave soul can catch where the problem is:
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I know there are a number on uninstallations that left some dirt behind, but those don't seem to be but warning errors.
Thanks in advance for any help.
EDIT: Solution found here: http://askubuntu.com/questions/20442...or-side-panels Unity wasn't starting. I just went to a terminal via Ctrl+Alt+T, launched ccsm and enabled Unity.