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Fedora and Unity

asked 2012-02-18 23:22:38 -0600

Juan Carlos gravatar image

I ask because Fedora has a spin for each environment and / or desk why not do a spin with Unity? Let me clarify, my system is Fedora. The concern is why not include Fedora Unity being one of the most open systems out there.


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answered 2012-02-19 12:06:50 -0600

There is nothing preventing this aside from enough interested people submitting and maintaining the packages. There may be some technical issues with patches needed to support unity as well I suppose.

Currently, the unity packages are not packaged/maintained for Fedora.

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answered 2012-02-27 02:53:38 -0600

davidva gravatar image

Unity bad idea, consume many system resources, I dont like. Gnome 3 and shell good idea

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answered 2012-02-20 03:39:52 -0600

Juan Carlos gravatar image

Ok. Not that I love to Unity, I'm just intrigued by how it would work on Fedora.

Greetings. Ah! and I apologize for having repeated the post. It was a slip

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