I want to download this for 12.04. I dont like other desktops.. It will run in Ubuntu 12,04.
what is the terminal code to get and install XFCE...thanks
btw if I install 13.04 soon can I still run XFCE??
I want to install Ubuntu+Xfce( not Xubuntu)
Basically,what i want to do is:
Install Ubuntu 11.10
Make sure that all of the settings are right.
How can i do it?
And anothe question:
I need another Desktop Environment with Xfce.
Do you think that Unity 2D is good for old pc?
I mean,that the main will be Xfce,but if i will need another setting that i cant configure on xfce,i
running crouton xfce precise on ARM chromebook. I seem to have set up 2 chroots. when using the ctrl/alt/shift/back key combo I cycle through chrome desktop, then 2 xfce/ubuntu desktops. the one i dont want also happens to be missing its taskbar and terminal/web/whatever quicklaunch bar. I tried typing something like sudo list-chroot as a shot in the dark (i have no idea what im doing).
I've been using the Xfce desktop ever since Gnome 3 came out, through several versions of Fedora. A few days ago, I did a mostly-fresh install of FC20 over FC19 using a 64-bit network-install version, and keeping the /home partition but replacing / and swap partitions. Since then, I've encountered a problem with xfce-terminal.
I've been enjoing globalmenu with xfce in ubuntu 12.04 for years. Xfce doesn't have properly globalmenu but what I do is that:
1- Install gnome fallback - classic and setup the globalmenu applet.
2- In xfce I replace the own xfcePanel itself for gnomePanel.
I installed xfce4 on my ubuntu 12.04 server, wanted to remove it so I tried removing all the related xfce packages with aptitude. I rebooted and was still presented with xfce login screen. When I try to login with my creds I get two errors (see pix)..
Iwan wrote:For users who want to run XFCE on Debian, just download XFCE editition from Debian offical site, don't lose time with other distributions.Although I'm not a fan of Xfce, there are two well built Debian choices available:Voyager Live (Debian Stable)SolydX (Debian Testing)Worth a look if you really want an Xfce without Openbox.