migration path suggestions?
woyciesjes at sbcglobal.net
Thu Mar 15 15:29:58 UTC 2012
On 03/15/2012 08:57 AM, Avi Greenbury wrote:
> Dave Woyciesjes wrote:
>> Nah, no need to dump Ubuntu to get away from Unity. Choose
>> one: sudo apt-get install gnome
>> sudo apt-get install kde
>> sudo apt-get install lxde
>> sudo apt-get install lubuntu
>> sudo apt-get install xfce
> More ideally, you'd do:
> KDE - apt-get install kubuntu-desktop
> LXDE - apt-get install lubuntu-desktop
> XFCE - apt-get install xubuntu-desktop
> Then you get the rest of the environments as well as just the DE or
> window manager - the set of apps that properly integrate into KDE,
> LXDE or XFCE in place of the Gnome ones.
> Unity's got enough Gnome 3 in it that for Gnome-shell you just want to
> do apt-get install gnome-shell
True. For me, though, I wanted Unity gone. So after I installed the
gnome meta, I went through and yanked out all that I could of Unity.
Others may want one of those DEs without the Ubuntu customizations
added. That's where my suggestion came from.
Either way, the usual answer is "it depends on what your end-game
Next time, though, I may start with installing fresh from a Lubuntu or
Xubuntu disc, and add Gnome on top of that.
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