eoinoc333 wrote:Shouldn't it look like Linux Mint? It looked as I expected when testing it out on the live CD. But after installing, things are different.
Thanks for any pointers.
jjaythomas wrote:Thats the Mint default wallpaper...
no Icons on desk or a panel (mint's on bottom)?
Looks like detect wrong display/montior resolution. Try keyboard shortcut 'alt-F2 if can get Xfrun?Finder dialog run display and try different resolutions.
P.S. as others stated a good way to reuse a '/home' is to change the user name (no backup needed). And reinstall using the home partition and user name want. The install will create (default) user. Then copy files over using thunar (remember to change file permisions) and being carefull with the hidden/config (the . files) files.
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