Installing the package GNOME Shell
(sudo apt-get install gnome-shell) will install both GNOME 3 Shell
3 Classic, allowing you to choose between them (and of course, Unity
at login. Thanks!
GNOME 3 in Fallback Mode - what the login screen calls "GNOME Classic"
- is not the same thing as GNOME 2, of course. It's less customisable
and it will disappear in future versions of GNOME 3.
Um. Would you mind dropping the religious propaganda, please? Some of
us find it unpleasant.
If you want the old GNOME 2 back, there is a desktop called Mate. It is
being used by Linux Mint, but can be installed in Ubuntu. It is a GNOME
2 fork. It is very stable, and the Mate team releases their own
upgrades/updates to Mate, but they will always keep it a fork of GNOME
2. It can be installed from the Mate repository, which I am sure you can
find online. Sorry if this is not what you wanted.
I'm using Mate. It's very stable.
SDM a 21st century schizoid man in SoCal
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