Can anyone help me how to complete remove Unity for ubuntu 12.04.
Sorry if it disturb the unity fan but I am not so happy with Unity and I really want to use GNOME.
Thank for your understanding,
I've installed Ubuntu 11.10, but I was not happy with Unity, so I switched to Gnome 3 (classic).
This was also not the best for me, so I've tried LXDE. Again was not exactly, what I'm looking for. So I've tried Xfce. Now i'm happy with this solution. I don't need Gnome, Unity and LXDE anymore. I've tried to remove ubuntu-desktop.
I have one partition with Ubuntu 12.10 made lean. It is the updated/upgraded Beta 2.
I played with Unity for sometime on that. Unity actually make me little tired.
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