kmb42vt wrote: I take it you using the default "Gnome" desktop (with gnome-shell)? When this happens do the top and bottom panels disappear along with the title bar of any application that happens to be running? If so it means that gnome-shell has crashed and not recovered. In this case though, any program that happens to be running should continue to run or at least they do for me but the desktop is basically unusable. This is mostly a problem with Gnome 3 and gnome-shell and not Mint.
I know you said you keyboard locks up but have you tried 'ctrl-alt-F1' when this happens? If it drops you to a command prompt then login with your username and password and then run this command:
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sudo service lightdm restart
Enter your password and it should bring you back to the Mint's login screen. Now you can log back into your desktop which should be working properly again.
This package contains the GNOME Online Accounts service, which provides a centralized place for managing online accounts (Google, etc) for the GNOME desktop.
This package can be used by other packages using the GIRepository format to generate dynamic bindings.
rfd wrote:as i posted elsewhere ...
after a few solid weeks of mint12 i'm packing it in and going back to mint11 on my three main machines. m12 is just too cumbersome to navigate, whilst m11 has everything i need within 1 click and does it better and faster. i'll still keep a machine running m12, to keep on top of the changes ... i'm sure it'll get better over time, it absolutely has to in order to survive.
brad1138 wrote:I did the same thing, GNOME 2 is just plain better than GNOME 3. I am going to wait for MATE to mature and/or GNOME 3 to become more like GNOME 2.
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