FWIW whenever I boot Kali and get stuck with Gnome 3 (at least that's what I think that abomination is), I can't do much of anything. It's actively worse than Win 10 / Mac OSX, though part of it might be the live CD part of it. In day to day I have converted many people to XFCE4 which seems far more sane, in _my_ experience.

James Pulver
CLASSE Computer Group
Cornell University

On 10/13/2016 04:51 AM, David Sommerseth wrote:
On 13/10/16 03:21, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 1:08 PM, MAH Maccallum
<m.a.h.maccal...@qmul.ac.uk> wrote:
Thanks, Andrew. I will check those possibilities. A problem
with the graphics drivers seems likely in that I get the same
result with my default (test) user as with my own personal login.
However, logging in as root gives a perfectly normal Gnome
screen.So it may be that somehow a permission got changed.
What's odd is that this all happened in the course of moving
the cursor around and the abrt error message suggests it was
moving the cursor across the clock that caused the problem.

Gnome is *not the friend of getting work done*. Seriously. It's become
so driven that it interferes with actual work.

That's your experience.

My experience with GNOME 3 on SL7.2 is that is vastly have improved
workflow.  A lot of it comes through very handy keyboard shortcuts and a
handful of GNOME Shell extensions.  In fact I can't imagine any sane
reason to move back to GNOME 2 or anything else - it just feels so
clumsy and horrid to work with for me.  Everything just runs very
smoothly and fine on my ThinkPad T450s.

But this is /my/ experience.

kind regards,

David Sommerseth

  - If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have
    said "faster horses." -Henry Ford

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