Changing Desktop

Jamie Griffin jpg at
Wed Mar 12 21:25:00 UTC 2008

lol, nothing fishy. I just like to check before i do things that's all. I've been using a different Unix distribution and only had this ubuntu OS for a few daysand still getting used to the debian package management style. I just found it odd to have two desktops.


On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 05:13:39PM -0400, scott wrote:
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|Padraig wrote:
|> On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 4:21 PM, Jamie Griffin <jpg at> wrote:
|>> yesterday i installed Kubuntu-Desktop using synaptic.
|>> I had Gnome installed by default which is still there. I wanted to ask
|>> about this:
|>> Should i remove one of them? or after downloading and installing
|>> Kubuntu-Desktop are both desktops supposed to stay on the system?
|>> If i wanted to remove, say, Kubuntu, would i simply use synaptic to remove
|>> it?
|> So, you've configured mutt and configured gpg to append your encrypted
|> signature onto outgoing messages but can't figure out how to remove a
|> program?
|> Fishy.
|> But to remove a program you type 'sudo apt-get remove program-name'
|You don't need to remove it if you don't want to. You change to
|whichever you prefer at the time by logging out and selecting session. I
|have Fluxbox, Enlightenment and Gnome.
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