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Unity launcher — is it available as a separate package?

Is it possible just to get the unity launcher - JUST be the unity launcher - in desktop edition? As an alternative to Avant, Docky or Gnome Do?

Update: I would just to point out that we now know the 11.04 desktop edition with have the Unity interface by default!

  • Just for clarity: 11.04 Desktop edition will use a desktop version of unity's current interface. But you're probably correct in that it will have the dock. I looking forward to this, just hope it's as good as dockbarX.=) – Malabarba Oct 26 '10 at 12:17
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    And by the way, would you mind changing your all-caps to an emphasized? (ctrl+i) – Malabarba Oct 26 '10 at 12:19
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You could use the Unite theme for dockbarx that is intended to replicate Unity. Dockbarx is available in a PPA although you will have to install the theme seperately.

Unite theme for dockbarx

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An alternative to the unity dock is the dockbarx applet, make sure you install the extra themes so get the unity themes (assuming you are using Ubuntu 10.10, an 'apt-get install ubuntu-netbook')

This is the PPA link: https://launchpad.net/~dockbar-main/+archive/ppa

You can find more useful information about dockbarx:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/DockbarX?content=101604
And be sure to check out this Ubuntu Forum thread:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=9968108

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  • apt-getting the entire ubuntu-netbook install is really way above his needs. – Malabarba Oct 26 '10 at 12:13

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