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  • Originally posted by Hamish Wilson View Post
    Funny that you can blame Gnome for the fact that Unity does not work well on other distros...
    Gnome, by design, does not work in any distribution! Gnome 3 is simply unusable . By the way, i was able to install Unity in arch and opensuse thanks to community made packages without any trouble . It required only a few patched packages like gtk plus some non patched ones . This is not the official way, but that is far from being impossible and not able to work. I swear i prefer this a million times than gnome-3

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    • Originally posted by Alex Sarmiento View Post
      Gnome, by design, does not work in any distribution! Gnome 3 is simply unusable.
      Now look who is a hater spreading FUD.

      Originally posted by Alex Sarmiento View Post
      By the way, i was able to install Unity in arch and opensuse thanks to community made packages without any trouble . It required only a few patched packages like gtk plus some non patched ones . This is not the official way, but that is far from being impossible and not able to work.
      Well, I never said it was impossible, just a lot of work, in accordance to what both Fedora and OpenSUSE contributors observed:
      http://ostatic.com/blog/fedora-opens...ve-up-on-unity

      And if the following is to be believed, some of the problems have been resolved, but others a liable to crop up:
      http://lwn.net/Articles/566250/

      It is far from a level playing field when it comes to other distributions wanting to support it.
      Last edited by Hamish Wilson; 10-22-2013, 11:42 PM.

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