passerby wrote:Could you post a screenshot of the issue? It sounds a little like your window manager won't start, but I can't say from the description alone.
deep64blue wrote:This seems to be a well known issue with XFCE which I have encountered many times but the various fixes on the Internet just don't work. I've given up and switched to Cinnamon instead.
wayne128 wrote:try this
on terminal type xfwm4 or xfwm4 --replace
I had this long time ago, but have not got it for over two years on many xfce distros ( not mint).
http://michael.otacoo.com/manuals/arch- ... w-manager/
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