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As you transition between systems running different versions of Linux, you may experience desktop misbehavior that is a consequence of hidden configuration files in your account imposing old settings and preferences. A solution is to eliminate old configuration files, thereby starting over with defaults.
Note: By following the procedure given below, you will lose preference customizations, such as changes to your desktop background color and image, the list of icons that appear on the desktop, and which icons appear in your panel.
If you're curious what the script does, log in to julia and take a look at the file /opt/bin/lsumath-restore-desktop-defaults.