Hello ubuntuforums, I recently installed ubuntu 12.04 on my desktop, I started out with ubuntu 10.04 so gnome classic was the desktop environment of my choice, I dislike unity and gnome 3 isn't my cup of tea so to say.
After I installed a package called gnome-panel to enable gnome classic I went on to try to get my eyefinity setup to work, without success.
i have installed compiz settings through ubuntu software center and i have enabled the desktop cube and desktop rotation but when i tried to rotate the desktop it is not working.
i have also installed gnome 3.4 but i am getting the gnome classic desktop instead of gnome3.4 even though i am selecting GNOME at login and i didn't installed gnome games plugins because i was not able to download them
using the 12.04 version.This morning the update feature poped up, i clicked it and they said some items will be uninstalled and some will be upgrated and new ones will be installed. i did it and restarted. on restart i entered my pass word about 5 times and it said it was incorrect, i changed the shell from gnome to ubuntu and logged on then changed it back to gnome and i was able to log on.
I have installed CentOS 6 in Virtualbox. Although I have chosen to install General Purpose GNOME Desktop, the GNOME desktop does not start. All I get is a black and white text prompt. I would like to know how I can install GNOME Desktop from the CentOS DVD.
How do I mount the DVD image?
How do I install GNOME desktop from command line?
I recently installed the gnome3 on my Ubuntu some 1-2 months ago, it was working nice, but today, i was trying a theme, and then after reverting, the gnome-shell is not working!, When i select gnome, it runs the ubuntu-2d or something mixed, there are no animations, but it is not ubuntu-2d,whatever it is... is no gnome!
GNOME Split is a tool that allows you to split files and merge them back. It is written in Java and uses a GTK+ user interface (thanks to the java-gnome project). The goal is to offer a native implementation of similar projects which can handle multiple file formats (e.g.
On an unmodified, GNOME 3 desktop, the Activities button provides access to all installed applications. But in some circles, it is one reason that the GNOME 3 desktop is not very popular. In fact, a few GNOME 3-using distributions that offer a more user-friendly interface for desktop computing feature a modified GNOME Shell without the [...]
I installed gnome because I liked the old gnome, but I installed Gnome 3, and even when I go into gnome classic, I can't right click the top and bottom bars and customize them like I used to do in Ver 11 (or 10... I'm not exactly sure... but it wasn't 12) of Ubuntu. Anyway to revert back?