Gnome and Ubuntu 12.04 beta

Space Cakex spacecakex at gmail.com
Sun Apr 15 10:27:50 UTC 2012


Yeah, for me unity is a big mistake. When I installed previous version 
one of the first thing was to find a repo for gnome3 (gnome-shell) and 
now I'm happy when in Precisie I just simply need to select it from SW 
manager :) I hope canonical will change their mind and stop the 
development of this buggy, slow session manager and gnome shell will be 
the default :) I think the primary reason of Unity was the early 
problems with the Gnome-shell, but now it is stable, easy to use even 
on my old HP Mini netbook :) Good jobe Gnome developers :))

L:

On 2012. április 15. 0:56:43, Pongo A. Pan wrote:
> On Sat, 2012-04-14 at 22:19 +0100, Peter Hillier-Brook wrote:
>> I hope someone can help me overcome a mental block. I installed Ubuntu 
>> 12.04 beta 2 in a VM so that I can evaluate the user interface of Gnome 
>> 3.4. Synaptic shows that it is installed on my system, but I've no idea 
>> how to invoke it. The only options I'm offered at login are Ubuntu 
>> (Unity) and Ubuntu 2D, presumably also Unity 2D.
>>
>> Anyone?
>
> You need to install gnome shell (or cinnamon) if you want a non-unity
> gnome 3.x desktop.
>
>

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