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.
Downloaded Ubuntu 12.10 and installed Gnome-shell 3.6.1 from Ubuntu repos and uninstalled Unity. This Gnome 3 is the base of Unity anyway, I only needed the Gnome-shell. It worked much better than Unity.
There's an issue with an Alpha/Beta Release of Ubuntu, what should I do?
I updated my Ubuntu 12.04 PC and see 3 packages are hold to upgrade. gnome-desktop3-data is one of them. So I installed it manually, but it is remove eog, unity, unity-greeter, a lot of indicator stuff, etc. So my system doesn't boot anymore. How can I revert this changes or fix them?
i just started using Gnome-shell instead of unity, and am loving it. I find unity hard to go back to. If I stay with gnome 3 what unity stuff can be uninstalled that ruin my system. I am on 11.10 if that helps
Why is Ubuntu 13.04 still using Unity 6.6.0 when Ubuntu 12.10 has Unity 6.8.0?(Or some other version) I created a USB with a persistent space on it. Installed all of the Ubuntu 13.04 updates, and it was still on Unity 6.6.0. Since Unity 6.8.0 was released all the way back in October it seems like we should have the latest Unity version.