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Is Gnome working in teesting?



I've got a new laptop that I'm trying to set up. It's set up to use the
testing distribution. I apt-get dist-upgraded today, and now Gnome (Gnome
2, I suppose) won't start. That is I cna't log in using gdm. I carefully
rm'd all traces of .g* config files in the user I'm testing with's home
directory.

Here's the Gome errors file from that logiin attemp.


/etc/gdm/Sessions//Gnome: checking /etc/login.defs for option UMASK
/etc/gdm/Sessions//Gnome: /etc/login.defs: "UMASK" is "022"
/etc/gdm/Sessions//Gnome: checking /etc/login.defs for option ULIMIT
/etc/gdm/Sessions//Gnome: checking /etc/login.defs for option MAIL_DIR
/etc/gdm/Sessions//Gnome: /etc/login.defs: "MAIL_DIR" is "/var/mail"
/etc/gdm/Sessions//Gnome: using /etc/X11/Xsession.options for options
/etc/gdm/Sessions//Gnome: checking /etc/X11/Xsession.options for option allow-user-resources
/etc/gdm/Sessions//Gnome: checking /etc/X11/Xsession.options for option allow-user-modmap
/usr/bin/gnome-session: No such file or directory

What can I do to fix this?


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