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How To Get A Complete GNOME 3 Desktop In Ubuntu 12.10, Without Installing Ubuntu GNOME Remix

If you’re using Ubuntu 12.10 with Unity or some other desktop environment and want to switch to a complete GNOME 3 desktop experience without installing Ubuntu GNOME Remix 12.10, you can do this by simply installing a few packages.Using the instructions below, you won’t just install GNOME Shell, but also the default settings and applications that come with Ubuntu GNOME Remix. There are also some optional steps to install the GNOME 3 applications which are missing from Ubuntu GNOME Remix.sudo apt-get install full-gnome3-experienceNo, the command in the header won’t work, but you’ll get a complete GNOME 3 experience in Ubuntu 12.10 by following the steps below.1. Install the Ubuntu GNOME packagesTo install the default Ubuntu GNOME Remix packages and get the default settings as well, use the command below. It will install GNOME Shell along with the GNOME3 core applications.sudo apt-get install ubuntu-gnome-desktop ubuntu-gnome-default-settingsWhen prompted, select GDM as the default display manager. If you already had GDM installed and the package manager didn’t prompt you to choose between LightDM and GDM or you’ve selected LightDM by mistake, you can run the following command:sudo dpkg-reconfigure gdmAnd select GDM instead of LightDM (more about changing the display manager, here). You can use

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