Neither. I tested a lot of combinations, non of them worked.
It’s a typical 17.10 to 18.04 installation, fresh and without any weird changes, from my side. Unity is working alongside GNOME without problems so far, the only one is with the keyboard layout switch.
Now I saw that I cannot login to
wayland session. Maybe it is related?
It keeps throw me in
x11 session no matter what I choose. I suspect a hardware conflict(?) I don’t have any extra drivers installed. Nvidia [GeForce GT 430] [10de:0de1] on
Nothing related to
wayland , Nvidia,
I’ve had 4 sessions in total. Three inside
/usr/share/xsessions (symlink included) and one in
I (re)moved them, also removed the symlink (ubuntu.destkop). Then I renamed unity.desktop (session) to ubuntu.desktop. Now the keyboard layout shortcut is working.
Now if anyone can tell me what happened, it would be appreciated.
Basically the solution was to remove the ubuntu.destkop symlink and rename the unity.desktop to ubuntu.desktop as far as I can understand. The other distinct (GNOME) sessions have nothing to do with this.