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How To Install GNOME 3.10 In Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander

GNOME 3.10 has been released yesterday and I’ve received requests to write an article on how to upgrade to it in Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander, so here goes. The instructions below are only for those who want to use GNOME Shell (Ubuntu GNOME users, Unity users who want to switch to GNOME Shell, etc.) because of some bugs with the GNOME 3.10 PPA packages and Unity.The GNOME 3 Next PPA, announced not so long ago, contains GNOME 3.10 packages that are considered stable. Unfortunately, the PPA currently only has a few packages: GNOME Shell (including the official extensions), GNOME Themes, GTK3, Mutter, Clutter, Network Manager, Vala, Wayland and WebkitGTK so basically, to get a GNOME 3.10 desktop which includes System Settings, the core apps, etc., you must also add the GNOME 3 Staging PPA which contains packages that have known bugs and regressions, “sometimes of critical nature” mentions the PPA description.In my test (I’m using GNOME 3.10 right now on my main computer) under Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander, I’ve added both the GNOME 3 Next PPA and the GNOME 3 Staging PPA and I’ve encountered the following issues:LightDM doesn’t work so if you plan on using these PPAs, make sure you

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