I've been running Ubuntu 9.10 for a few weeks now without a problem. I installed gloobus-preview which worked wonderfully. Today I updated my computer which also updated gloobus (which patches nautilus to provide some shortcuts). Gloobus stopped working, so I uninstalled it and tried reinstalling it. This included me uninstalling nautilus, removing the gloobus source from the sources, apt-get update, then i reinstalled nautilus. Everything seemed fine, so I reinstalled gloobus. Still had the same problems, so I re-uninstalled it and rebooted my computer. It booted up to the ubuntu login screen as normal, i signed in, then it only brought up a small white terminal screen in the top left corner. Nothing else is started (no window frames, no gnome panels... nothing but the terminal window, and the screen resolution is normal, not super small or anything). i started gnome-session manually and everything came up. Everything seems to work just fine. But I have the same problem every time I restart the computer, i have to manually start gnome-session. I've been googling to try and find a solution but I just can't find anything that helps me. Is there a way to fix this? or a way to figure out what's going on?