Will there be a distro for Gnome like Ubuntu Gnome style? Allso will Gnome be available in later version like 13 and so on please get back to me on this I hope some devs can relate as well.
on 12/03/2012 – Made popular on 12/03/2012
Good news for those who like to use Gnome Shell on Ubuntu. Starting with Ubuntu 12.10, there will be separate Ubuntu 12.10 build based on vanilla Gnome Shell. The desktop interface will provide out of the box upstream Gnome 3 experience.
This Gnome Shell based Ubuntu Flavor is unnamed yet.
I've used Ubuntu for almost a year and I pretty much don't like the Unity environment and I installed BackTrack R3 in my laptop which uses GNOME 2.32 and I'm much impressed with that and made a decision to move to GNOME but, it is currently in version 3.x and it has been said that there is no GNOME 2.x versions are supported.
I don't like the new GNOME and surfed the internet for finding a distro
Ok, I upgraded from F15 to F16 which was a nightmare but finally I can login etc. Problem is now gnome doesn't seem to load new features properly. I have the old gnome2 style drop down menus rather the gnome 3 desktop options like the app drawer and side dock. Any help with how to get gnome working and up to date would be great. When I run gnome-session --version I get back gnome 3.2.1.
i noticed out in the world is a distro named fuduntu, which still uses gnome 2 and actively develops on it. making bug fix's left and right and making gnome 2 compatible with the latest GTK and applications
( sounds like im advertising -.- )
i was wondering if its possable to take there changes and port them over to ubuntu with gnome 2 and bring gnome 2 back to the desktop
I am looking for a Debian based distro with Gnome 3 as default environment. I for last few years I have been using Ubuntu, and also tried gnome 3 over it, but I never get complete package for same. Whenever I patch Ubuntu with Gnome 3 something or others break for sure. In Ubuntu 13.04, when I tried Gnome 3 my Ubuntu software center stops to open.
I'm using Gnome Shell instead of Unity. Yesterday I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.10, which seems to work fine. However I'm very disappointed with the Gnome version that came with it. Many extensions and themes do not support Gnome 3.6. So, my upgrade feels like a step back when it comes to the user interface.