craig10x wrote:@Zorba: that's what i like about ubuntu....a VERY modern look to it...
Only two weeks more to final release
Pierre wrote:a little surprised that you didn't hold until Mint 17 is released, in may ..
- if you go distro-hopping this weekend, then take a look at MX14
It relies on the excellent upstream work by Linux, Debian, and Xfce
- try the ISO in your Vbox
RacerBG wrote: Unity in 14.04 seems fine but Gnome 3.12 at all is still not something to consider when you want to try something new. If you want something different try E18, try Open Box, try XFCE... Fast and stable.
killer de bug wrote:It doesn't make me dream...
xenopeek wrote:killer de bug wrote:It doesn't make me dream...
ElementaryOS Freya might be more to your liking https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzSPGkOyzW8
From RacerBG's suggestion I gave E18 a try. Looks very smooth, but confounding to use for me. I want something that doesn't get in my way, and presents itself in an uncluttered way. Within two minutes of use I was completely lost where I was in settings... Not for me, but I can see how the Xfce & Openbox crowd would like this (I'd prefer it over Xfce & Openbox, much more polish and looks more complete--though like Xfce to the point where I'm drowning in settings ).
I'm sticking with Gnome Shell for now. Will give Ubuntu 14.04 an install once it's released, same for Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon (I hope the chrome plated pentagon shapes get dropped from Nemo's breadcrumb bar...).
xenopeek wrote:ElementaryOS Freya might be more to your liking https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzSPGkOyzW8
killer de bug wrote:Euhhhh... Was that a joke or not? Because I tried it, and I broke it during an update, and I was unable to recover. I use LMDE since 3 years without any breakage, testing the UP before release... And I broke elementaryOS... This OS is crap
Previous1 wrote:An entire OS is crap because you "broke it and were unable to recover"? What about all the people that break LMDE on UP release, and are unable to recover? What's their response?
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