i was wondering if you can install unity in fuduntu. pretty simple
if it is necessary, fuduntu is based on fedora, and already has gnome 2 on it.
thank you for your help
Fuduntu is mentioned in several comments in my blog and that makes me want to try it. I have never used Fuduntu before and at the first glance, I thought it is just a derivative of Ubuntu with Fluxbox ( I thought the name was Fubuntu), but then I checked again and realized it is based on Fedora and the name is Fuduntu.
I'm running the latest distro of Fuduntu and I like it very much. However, it's stuck with the Gnome 2 desktop -- I would love to have some of Gnome 3's dependencies resolved so I can run apps like Evolution 3.x.
Two features I truly love about Fuduntu. I like the AWN panel and I'm guessing regular Fedora can install AWN.
I havent tried any new distro for months. So on the occasion that a new version of Fuduntu got released, I decided to download then install it on my Samsung netbook. As a matter of fact, I had used an older version of Fuduntu last year and somehow liked it.
As you have read my previous post, I just installed Fuduntu 2012 and really like it. Although Fuduntu is a great distro, there are still several things to take care of after the installing. Here is the list of 10 things I did for my new Fuduntu 2012 box:
1 - Update system
Im using the latest version of Fuduntu but it doesnt mean that I got all the upgrades to the softwares that were bundled.
This is a very disappointing news. While the latest Fuduntu 2013.2 was just released days ago and is really a great distro, yesterday the developers of Fuduntu have announced that the project will be ended very soon.
The news was announced on the official blog of Fuduntu, "“Beginning today, no new features will be implemented.
Hello everyone,I've recently installed #! and I'm loving it! It's super fast on my netbook (eee 1000he).I wanted to try Fuduntu which I've read also runs pretty good on netbooks (how do the two compare btw?). So I now have a dual-boot with #!
Although Fuduntu 2013.2 has a nice collection of pre-installed apps to meet most of your daily tasks. There are still some other apps you should install. Here are 4 apps that I installed right after installing Fuduntu.
A music player - DeadBeef
In this new release of Fuduntu, Banshee is removed, leaving VLC alone to handle the media.