Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 28th Apr 2011 20:55 UTC
Linux Yeah, it's the day of double-dippin' today. And, the contradiction couldn't be bigger. In one corner we have one of the oldest and most respected distributions, and in the other corner we have the sometimes controversial but immensely popular relative newcomer. Slackware 13.37 and Ubuntu 11.04 have been released.
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Wait, so...
by UltraZelda64 on Thu 28th Apr 2011 22:03 UTC
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Wait, so Ubuntu 11.04 doesn't even have GNOME 2 *at all*? It only has a GNOME3 fail-safe made to mimic GNOME 2, which was meant for those users who don't have adequate (read: 3D) graphical processing power to run full-fledged GNOME 3... and this is an alternative to Unity? Wow... just wow. As if it didn't already lose my interest, Ubuntu is looking worse and worse every time I hear something about it.

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RE: Wait, so...
by lucke on Thu 28th Apr 2011 22:15 in reply to "Wait, so..."
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Fallback mode is traditional, albeit ubuntified - as previously - gnome2.

Edited 2011-04-28 22:16 UTC

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RE[2]: Wait, so...
by ajslye on Fri 29th Apr 2011 04:36 in reply to "RE: Wait, so..."
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First of all none of gnome3 is in 11.04. Clasic Mode and Clasic Mode (no effects) is gnome 2.32.? without unity on top however, Clasic Mode still uses Compiz (3d) while Clasic Mode (without effects) is using Metacity (2d) instead, these will eventually be droped with the later being replaced with Unity 2D (QT based).

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