Quote Originally Posted by kuvanito View Post
not enough,you must install gnome from it's ophan state to be real gnome 100% and all traces of unity must be removed,something like this:

1-sudo apt-get install gdm gnome-shell synaptic deborphan (offcourse select gdm)
2-sudo apt-get remove unity unity-2d unity-2d-common unity-2d-panel unity-2d-shell unity-2d-spread unity-asset-pool unity-common unity-lens-applications unity-lens-files unity-lens-music unity-lens-video unity-scope-musicstores unity-scope-video-remote unity-services indicator-messages indicator-status-provider-mc5 appmenu-qt appmenu-gtk appmenu-gtk3 lightdm unity-greeter overlay-scrollbar zeitgeist zeitgeist-core zeitgeist-datahub activity-log-manager-common activity-log-manager-control-center
3-sudo apt-get autoremove
4-sudo reboot (choose Gnome at login)
5-sudo apt-get purge `deborphan`
6-sudo dpkg --purge `dpkg -l | egrep "^rc" | cut -d' ' -f3`
7-sudo apt-get autoremove
8-sudo apt-get autoclean
9-sudo reboot
We will then have a clean Ubuntu 12.10 and distilled, with only Gnome.

I hope the Mods fellows here don't start getting upset.Thank You.
Thanks, worked out just fine, cleaned up allot of clutter and seems to be a speed boost as well! So far gnome-shell on 12.10 is much smoother than on 12.04. The only issue I got now is im using the open source radeon driver and not fglrx, no quakelive for me ;\ lol