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What just worked for me (my .XCompose setup had stopped working sometime around Saucy) was to switch to UIM. It was actually painless and did what I wanted, which left me somewhat shocked :-) $ sudo apt-get install uim $ im-config -n uim (and log out and back in to restart X) Voilà! I can type grεeκ letters again! Also Shift-Ctrl-U works (though I doubt ...
As far as I know you can reset all settings of gnome and related things but if you are talking about package management and all then I think it is difficult! The best way is to create two accounts One as Administrator and other as Student. Don't add this student user into any sudoers file etc.i.e don't give root access to student account So that These ...
The utterly simplest way is to install the Desktop version, then delete the un-needed apps in one pass with Synaptic. Select all excess applications, and have Synaptic do the work for you of removing the apps and their dependencies. Otherwise, Ubuntu-Builder https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-builder allows you to strip out apps and dependencies, ...
The more customization you want then the less ubuntu you need. I talking about Ubuntu minimal installation. Several times I have tried that .it just gives the core and everything you have to configure manually. It will ask you while installation what software you would like to have , selected applications and tools only installs and nothing extra.
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