If I will ever use Ubuntu 11.04, it will be essential for me to remove both Unity and Zeitgeist completely from it. Can I remove both completely without running into problems with the rest of the OS? I am using automatic login and I am not willing to change this to manually start the OS in classic mode manually.
Yes, you can remove both. When you remove them, you will get a warning that the package
For removing zeitgeist you need to remove the package named
As per Jorge,
Just for knowledge. Why do you want to remove zeitgeist. If you find some technical issues, do contact us. We would be more than happy to fix it.
You can't remove completely but you can install gnome-activity-journal and remove the history.
Go to preferences, activate "black list manager". Then, go to blacklist, add, delete "[Insert Path]" and insert "*".
Now delete all activity.
Unity-place will now show nothing.
protected by Oli♦ Apr 15 '11 at 10:14
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