This happens every single time I login. Using xfce 4.10 on Xubuntu.
I have asked this on the ubuntuforums.org site but no one has any ideas so I thought I'd take it to the good folks who make it.
My appearance settings are bluebird, icons are elementary Xubuntu dark. When I boot up and log in, I'm presented with a totally different theme that includes the Gnome icons (this system does not have gnome installed). I did test out this theme at one point but decided not to keep it. Nevertheless, every time I log in after a reboot, there it is. I have to log out and log back in to get my normal desktop.
Any ideas? I'm not sure which package I should file a bug report against. Pics of can be seen here:
Nautilus is NOT installed and clearing the cache (rm -rf ~/.cache/sessions) hasn't helped.
Last edited by scottbomb (2012-06-19 05:03:24)
Here some ideas to test where the bug come from :
- Test your theme with a new empty account.
- Change your login manager
- Disable auto-login
Xfce is NOT Xubuntu. Bugs in Xubuntu don't mean that Xfce is buggy ...
As angstrom said. What display manager Xubuntu uses?
Last edited by secipolla (2012-06-19 11:13:33)
Using lightdm. I'll try the dummy acct and report back.
It's weird. This problem suddenly disappeared on it's own (me taking no action) for a few days then it happened again. Now it's back to behaving itself (for now....). I created a dummy acct. Re-booted and logged into it. It presented the correct theme. I logged out and logged into my "real" acct. and it's fine. Very puzzling.