I like distributions like Mint and Pinguy because they include most stuff I want to install out of the box. Are there any such Ubuntu spin-offs that use Unity by default?
It is an Islamic Linux Distribution based on Ubuntu...... come with Unity & Gnome-Shell, have Java & Codecs installed by default........ also available in 64 bit Version.
What would be the need of an Ubuntu spin off with unity if Ubuntu 11.10 come shipped with unity by default? Of course, you can install gnome, and personlize it at the max, since this is Linux, but there is no need to make a spinoff for something that is already included in the OS by default ^^
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ArchLinux has the ability to install the Unity-Shell - according to their wiki - this ability is unsupported by their developers but they include two repositories for the ArchLinux user to install from.
Fedora had mentioned there was a possibility of a Unity shell - but that development seems to have gone quiet.
The LinuxMint community also have the ability to install the Unity Shell: