I tried to install GNOME to minimal version of centos 6.3In the beginning i used kde. Then i uninstalled them. I installed all the required group for gnome.The problem is
on 01/11/2013 – Made popular on 01/11/2013
my current version of gnome is : 2.28.2 and I want to update it to version 3.
is there a way to do that ?
I searched a lot about this problem , but all of the results is about installing gnome on a minimal centos .
Im using centos 6.4
I just want to install a minimal gnome desktop without all the thunderbird/firefox and any other packages that may come with full centos live cd. Is there something like yum groupinstall base-desktop? Ideally, I just want xorg-gnome and then add any other packages manually. No gdm also, I just want to run startx.
I just want to install a minimal gnome desktop without all the thunderbird/firefox and any other packages that may come with full centos live cd. Is there something like yum groupinstall base-deskt... [by binary_drummer]
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