I’m not sure what’s caused it. I haven’t changed any system settings. The only thing I’ve done that may have broken something is updating my software.
It was far worse before, I’m not sure how to describe exactly, but my entire screen’s UI was glitching out. So I rebooted and that stopped, but now the terminal text looks like this:
I haven’t changed any terminal settings. This seems to be occurring in the entire OS.
Not sure how to go about troubleshooting this? I don’t have the time to reinstall the OS, nor do I think I should have to because this is just ridiculous and shouldn’t happen. I’m not aware of anything I’ve done to make the system unstable.
- Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS
- GNOME 3.36.8
Let me know if more details are required.
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