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Debian Beckons Ubuntu Refugees to Come Home

Long time Ubuntu users have been complaining loudly about Unity’s lack of stability, limited options and an overall unfinished feel. Distros that have watched Ubuntu gobbling up the Linux mind-share are suddenly getting a second look by unhappy Ubuntu users seeking alternatives to Unity. Read more here

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  2. Comment by Jimmy — November 11, 2011 @ 9:18 pm

    It is simple enough to restore gnome as your desktop.

    Open aptitude (sudo it of course) search gnome and install it.

    Next reboot, and at login choose gnome as your desktop. There may be some problems (like, alt F2 does not work)
    but most of them are simple, or you can google them easily enough. So far at least it works for me.

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