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Asked by frunc leiwss on 2011-09-05

IN ubuntu 10.10 i CAN LOGOUT MY DESKTOP USE COMMAND gnome-session-save --logout
But in ubuntu 11.04 I use unity desktop ,i tried the command gnome-session-save --logout
 It does not work!
What can i do for this ?

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dazza5000 (darran-kelinske) said : #1

Unfortunately, this appears to be a documented bug / disabled feature that was introduced in 11.04.

dazza5000 (darran-kelinske) said : #2

Please see the above comment and linked bug.

frunc leiwss (salonder) said : #3

yeah ! May be it is a bug!But how does it works when i click the button"Log Out "in the start bill?
And also it just like to run the command "sudo halt" when i click the "Shut Down"Button from the start bill!
At all ,how does it work when i click the "Log Out "button?

frunc leiwss (salonder) said : #4

thanks a lot。
At 2012-04-26 19:30:49,"Pete Graner" <email address hidden> wrote:
>Bug #771896 status changed in Release Notes for Ubuntu:
> New => Invalid
>"No way to save current session"
>This bug is linked to #170206.
>shell commands
>You received this question notification because you asked the question.

Nekhelesh Ramananthan (nik90) said : #5

As you can see from the bug report, this has been solved. You should already have got the update on Precise. Hence please mark this question solved.

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