On 20.01.2012 08:34, shiyao.ma wrote: > I did a fresh installation of debian tesing on my laptop. After first > login, the gnome3 told me that due to hardware problem, gnome3 was in > fallback mode. Thus, I installed the linux-firmware-nonfree. After a > restart, the gnome3 was in standard mode automatically. However, I found > myself like the fallback mode more. I found "System settings->System > info->Graphics has no setting of fallback mode. It just shows that I am > in standard experience. > How can I set it to fallback mode again? - Make sure gnome-session-fallback is installed. - Choose "GNOME Classic" in the login manager (gdm3) -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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