How to Install Gnome 3 & Gnome Classic on Ubuntu // Linux Tutorial

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This tutorial will show you how to install the Gnome desktop environment on a pre-existing Ubuntu installation.

Simply run ‘sudo apt-get update’ to check for repo updates and then run ‘sudo apt-get install ubuntu-gnome-desktop’ followed by ‘sudo reboot’.
Once your system has rebooted, click the gear icon next to your “login” button and choose “Gnome” or “Gnome Classic” depending on which you want!

Alternatively, if you haven’t installed Ubuntu yet, just download the “Ubuntu GNOME” variant…

10 Comments

  1. Hi there I have a question here about gnome i have ubuntu mate 17.04 and i want to bootup an app like kiosk someone told me about this gnome which i have no clue about any idea's on how to bootup an app by using gnome

    thanks

  2. Hi Adam, me again haha. I know this has nothing to do with the video, but I really need help with a problem I am having with my logitech c920. Everytime I try and record facecam for my let's plays, the video comes out perfectly fine, but as soon as I import it into premiere pro the A/V are out of sync. I have tried everything to remedy this issue, like changing the file to a .mov, making sure none of the settings in the logitech webcam software are set to auto, but I just can't seem to fix the problem. If you have an idea on how I could fix it I would be very grateful 🙂

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