22 May 2012 sjanes71   » (Journeyer)

Restarting Cinnamon in Linux Mint

Talk about a need-to-know feature. Sometimes, Cinnamon gets confused. Logging in and logging out is super disruptive to productivity, so being able to restart Cinnamon without blowing away everything you have open is a nice option to have—if you’re aware of it. It’s buried in the “Troubleshoot” menu, which I never thought to look into before. Silly me.  If you really want to get geeky, the “Looking Glass” console lets you inspect all kinds of X11 weirdness.

Syndicated 2012-05-22 04:02:37 from sj4̄nz

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