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BigMoeW commented Mar 14, 2012

As soon as you log in, either Unity or GNOME kicks you back out to the login screen

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When I try unity in alt f1 console, I get this error

compiz error couldn't load plugin /usr/lib/compiz/libccp.so: libcompiz_core.so.ABI-20120216 not found

BigMoeW commented Mar 14, 2012

When I try unity in alt f1 console, I get this error

compiz error couldn't load plugin /usr/lib/compiz/libccp.so: libcompiz_core.so.ABI-20120216 not found

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Ahh...yes. Ubuntu decided that it was okay to break the ABI once again. A completely upgrade in the order of the README file should solve this.

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chenxiaolong commented Mar 14, 2012

Ahh...yes. Ubuntu decided that it was okay to break the ABI once again. A completely upgrade in the order of the README file should solve this.

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Crap. I always try.to update using the readme but There were a few
packages like Unity that didn't pop up on the update script, so I probably
missed some.
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Ahh...yes. Ubuntu decided that it was okay to break the ABI once again. A
completely upgrade in the order of the README file should solve this.


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BigMoeW commented Mar 14, 2012

Crap. I always try.to update using the readme but There were a few
packages like Unity that didn't pop up on the update script, so I probably
missed some.
On Mar 14, 2012 12:39 PM, "Xiao-Long Chen" <
reply@reply.github.com>
wrote:

Ahh...yes. Ubuntu decided that it was okay to break the ABI once again. A
completely upgrade in the order of the README file should solve this.


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In that case, could you open a bug report on that? It would be great if you could provide the output from the update script and the list of packages that actually need to be updated.

Thanks

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chenxiaolong commented Mar 14, 2012

In that case, could you open a bug report on that? It would be great if you could provide the output from the update script and the list of packages that actually need to be updated.

Thanks

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Got ya. when I get back in the house, I'll get started. Btw, I'm now having
to surf the web using Links
On Mar 14, 2012 12:44 PM, "Xiao-Long Chen" <
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In that case, could you open a bug report on that? It would be great if
you could provide the output from the update script and the list of
packages that actually need to be updated.

Thanks


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Got ya. when I get back in the house, I'll get started. Btw, I'm now having
to surf the web using Links
On Mar 14, 2012 12:44 PM, "Xiao-Long Chen" <
reply@reply.github.com>
wrote:

In that case, could you open a bug report on that? It would be great if
you could provide the output from the update script and the list of
packages that actually need to be updated.

Thanks


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With Links? That must be pretty annoying :D

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chenxiaolong commented Mar 14, 2012

With Links? That must be pretty annoying :D

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BigMoeW Mar 17, 2012

Reinstalled everything, still no joy

BigMoeW commented Mar 17, 2012

Reinstalled everything, still no joy

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It's weird how the Compiz ABI bumps always cause problems on your computer. I always test the updates on 2 computers and a virtual machine and I can never reproduce it :(

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chenxiaolong commented Mar 19, 2012

It's weird how the Compiz ABI bumps always cause problems on your computer. I always test the updates on 2 computers and a virtual machine and I can never reproduce it :(

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Okay, I've bumped the revision of all of the compiz packages to force an update on all of them. Could you try compiling again? (in this order)

compiz-core-ubuntu
libcompizconfig-ubuntu
compizconfig-backend-gconf-ubuntu
compizconfig-python-ubuntu
ccsm-ubuntu
compiz-plugins-main-ubuntu
compiz-plugins-extra-ubuntu
unity
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chenxiaolong commented Mar 19, 2012

Okay, I've bumped the revision of all of the compiz packages to force an update on all of them. Could you try compiling again? (in this order)

compiz-core-ubuntu
libcompizconfig-ubuntu
compizconfig-backend-gconf-ubuntu
compizconfig-python-ubuntu
ccsm-ubuntu
compiz-plugins-main-ubuntu
compiz-plugins-extra-ubuntu
unity
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