I know that the name is not important but i think GNOBUNTU is a lot better than GNOMEBUNTU..i thought GNOBUNTU was the chosen name, I really hope you think again about it
Anyway I would really say THANK YOU for your effort, it will be a great release!
Are all the commands listed in post #61 safe if I am using gnome classic 12.04? Sorry for a dumb? question
I haven't been following the gnome effort - just seems to me, ubuntu, kubuntu, lubuntu, xubuntu, gnubuntu, all rhyme.
With quantal by preference I use lxde on my tower, notebook, netbook. "unity" will function on them. I have to watch the COC on this topic.
2D precise is also on all of them for recovery on "Alpha oops".
p.s. Even Lucid Grub2 on my dual hard drive tower because quantal gets sda and sdb and hd0 and hd1 screwed up on sata vs. ide and boot drive vs. slave drive. Development has no interest in the launchpad bug, just something else for the user to deal with. Grub2 will frantically search for UUID on one hard drive when Ubiquity has put that UUID on the other hard drive and Grub2 refuses to look there....I assume gnubuntu will have the same situation.
Last edited by jerrylamos; August 30th, 2012 at 01:05 PM.
This is the tutorial I used with QQ alpha2
Please don't hijack this thread with your customized installations. Make your own threads !
It has already been covered here.
I recommend the use of Ubuntu Gnome-shell remix or ubuntu QQ with Gnome-Shell, until we get the first alpha of GNO / GNOMEbuntu.
The purpose of this thread is an official version of GNO / GNOMEbuntu !!
Last edited by Stinger; August 30th, 2012 at 02:41 PM.
WHat do you guys think about "Gnubuntu" ?
i5-480M (2.66GHz, 3MB L3 cache) 4GB DDR3
As I understand from this forum, the ubuntu management mantra is "unity everywhere", pc's, ipads, ipods, smartphones, ...
Well, maybe when Nook has 2 gHz dual processors with 4G memory and a very fast SSD it might handle the then further developed (I presume more features are coming) Unity/Compiz. My opinion. I don't intend to cause any problem with the ubuntu development forum COC.
The market will decide. Meanwhile I'm trying a few different desktops, which works as long as ubuntu is compatible with debian.
what's the plan concerning gnome-online-accounts and ubuntu-signon in gnomebuntu? Here is the situation today:
- Evolution is supposed to work with gnome-online-accounts but is currently broken (accounts can't be added, neither manually nor via goa)
- Empathy used to work with goa, but now it's been patched to work with ubuntu-signon instead.
- Gnome-documents seems to work with goa only.
- Gnome-contacts doesn't work anymore, neither with goa nor with ubuntu-signon.
- Shotwell and Gwibber work well with ubuntu-signon.