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As it was explained to me, Gnome 3 is moving towards the ability to allow each window to style itself. The idea behind this goal is that applications can really improve their user experience by having their own custom colors and things. For this reason, some "GTK3" themes aren't really Gnome 3 ideal. You will find that some of the GTK3 themes (such as ...
Minimum System Requirements 1000 MHz processor (for example Intel Celeron or better); 1 GB RAM (system memory); 6 GB of free hard drive space for installation; either a CD/DVD drive or a USB port for the installer media; Internet access is helpful (for installing updates during the installation process). Official Source
Reinstall indicator-datetime. sudo apt-get install indicator-datetime sudo dpkg-reconfigure --frontend noninteractive tzdata Reboot .
install dconf editor sudo apt-get install dconf-tools gksu dconf-editor goto com >> canonical>> indicators >> datetime and tick show clock
So as we now all know the gnome-session in VNC is still broken in Ubuntu 13.10 and actually XFCE on Ubuntu 13.10 was a disaster since I got the XFCE desktop not only in VNC but also on my normal desktop login, which is hopeless because XFCE is only for lightweight in my view. I then tested LinuxMint with Cinnamon which I found a delight compared to the ...
Best solution I found: apt-get install gnome-session-flashback This installed what I was looking for without any major issues. You may need to add 'sudo' in front of the command. sudo apt-get install gnome-session-flashback
*If you use GNOME2 or GNOME3 you can use the globalmenu package. You can find more information here And install instructions over here This adds the same global menu as in Unity.* Answered here. Edit: In order for this guide to work for 12.04 Precise, you also need sudo apt-get install appmenu-gtk libqtgui4 indicator-applet-appmenu indicator-appmenu ...
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