That is good to know ..... because if its added on the main link on either of theAs a matter of fact I tried Gnome3/Gnome-shell and also uninstalled afterwards successfully with
> sudo apt-get install ppa-purge
> sudo ppa-purge ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3
See : http://techstroke.com/installuninsta...e3-ubuntu.html
For me this actually worked, my system was back to Unity without any major damage.
webpages that give instructions for installing Gnome-Shell - then at least it
could be highlighted that it is a possible way of retrieving the old setup.
Not tried it myself yet but may just do that to see .....
Update - Have tried it and it works .... useful to get rid of dependency issues too ....
I have just noticed something good too in NATTY - I usually need to set my G-Pen up
This time its picked up automatically .