I currently have Xubuntu 13.10 installed. I'd like to switch to Ubuntu 13.10.
Is it possible to fully uninstall the Xfce parts of the system and install the vanilla Ubuntu parts? I suppose it's bit more complicated than just using
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get remove xubuntu-desktop
There are a lot of questions about this already, but the the problem is the solution seems to be dependent on the corresponding *Ubuntu version each user has installed. So I thought maybe the following could be good start?
sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove xubuntu-desktop && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop -y && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade && sudo apt-get autoremove && sudo apt-get autoclean
I recently tried out Ubuntu by installing
ubuntu-desktop. One distinct problem I had with
ubuntu-desktop was that there were no symbols whatsoever in the notification area (except the one for
Synapse and one other thing) and that the system font was FreeSans. Will that be solved?