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Old 07-22-2007, 10:46 PM   #1
AceofSpades19
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Unhappy update to enlightenment broke it, on ubuntu 7.04


I just updated enlightenment, and so I log in to e and the on the top bar, everything is gone, if I right-click, left click, middle click, there is nothing, so I ran sudo aptitude remove e17 and then sudo apt-get install e17 and it did nothing, then I ran sudo aptitude remove enlightment, it then had to reslove a bunch of dependcies. Then I did sudo apt-get install enlightment and it was still the same way as it was before, so I have no idea on how to fix it, hopefully someone here will know
 
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