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[SLUG] gnome-panel gone in Debian-unstable/Metacity
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- Subject: [SLUG] gnome-panel gone in Debian-unstable/Metacity
- From: Adam Bogacki <adam.bogacki@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2005 21:39:03 +1200
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- Reply-to: Adam Bogacki <adam.bogacki@xxxxxxxxx>
Hi, I logged into a seldom-used account to satisfy an 80 yr. old
lady's wish to send an urgent
email and found two panels giving me a choice between 'X-settings' and
choosing the latter out of long-term habit. I then found gnome-panels
to be completely gone.
I've been trying to reverse-engineer my way out of this be repeating
these steps but that
choice is not re-appearing.
Trying 'apt-get -f install gnome-panel' as root gives me a long string
of unmet dependencies
which won't cut'n paste from gnome-terminal.
Is this something affecting other Debian unstable users at the moment,
or just me ?