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Old 19th January 2011, 02:56 AM
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Exclamation GNOME Shell - Mutter crashing

I finally figured out how to install GNOME Shell (I thought it came standard on the Desktop Effects tool, turns out I had to install it then select it). For the most part, it runs as well as it did in Ubuntu... except that Mutter keeps crashing (SIGABRT error). I really hope this is fixed by F15, because this is supposed to be the future for GNOME. In the meantime, can anyone offer anything like a fix for Mutter? It's crashed at least four times since I installed Shell...

EDIT: PS. Any way to get the default menu layout back with classic GNOME? Shell seems to have made my Applications menu into just three folders...

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