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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
In an update released yesterday Unity 2D was removed and users set to auto-login to the session transitioned over to regular Unity.
The 2D version of Unity has been used as a fallback for users whose computers lack sufficient graphical grunt to run the ’3D’ version.
The Same Unity for Everyone
So why the change? And what does it mean for you?
In Ubuntu 12.10 everyone* will be able to use ‘regular’ Unity – Unity 3D.