Just want to say "thanks" to Clem and all the developers of XFCE LMDE!
I've recently converted a pair of PC's from Gnome to XFCE. XFCE has been great as it runs very fast and is similar in GUI customization to Gnome 2. It's a great alternative to Unity, especially for older folks who prefer a bit more simplicity and straightforward approach.
Update pack 3 directions and install went perfect on both machines, and in accordance with the directions.
I think that Update Packs are a really great idea, as they allow the updates a "testing period" prior to a release.
Keep up the good work!
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I agree that LMDE Xfce is good news, providing a welcome escape from an all-Gnome desktop. However, after switching, it has taken me several weeks of patient tweaking to get my installation exactly the way I want it, and for my liking it still incorporates too many unremovable Gnome-based packages.
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