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How can I install Unity after installing Desktop Edition?

The web site omg Ubuntu

as omg Ubuntu has confirmed that the unity interface is coming to desktop in version 11.04 because of these recent developments i have decided to change to unity (try to buffer the shock for when i am upgrading)

i believe by entering this into terminal my computer will change to unity'apt-get install ubuntu-netbook' would this be correct?

also if anybody has any proof that omg Ubuntu has their fact wrong please comment.thank you.

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marked as duplicate by Jorge Castro, 8128, dv3500ea, Marco Ceppi Oct 28 '10 at 18:27

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Take a look at How can I install Unity after installing Desktop Edition?. Yes OMG Ubuntu certainly has the correct news, it was announced by Mark Shuttleworth at the Ubuntu Developer Summit earlier today. – 8128 Oct 25 '10 at 15:10
i will have to adapt to unity :( – jnut Oct 25 '10 at 15:14
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The ubuntu-netbook package will provide you with the Unity interface, you'll be able to load it from the login screen, selecting a "Netbook Edition" session instead of the "Desktop Edition".

And Unity will ship by default for 11.04, this is correct.

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thank you very much for your answer. – jnut Oct 25 '10 at 15:40

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