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Old 28th February 2012, 03:28 AM
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Re: Unity shell to ever be ported to Fedora?

Originally Posted by tox View Post
People that run Servers dont need a GUI like Gnome/KDE/XFCE etc. Unity is not well designed, just go over to the ubuntu forums an ask the people that hate it cause of its flaws.

i used Unity once. i totally loathed it.
I meant for the workstations though, and a GUI on a server wouldn't hurt, I mean MS includes a GUI in Windows Server standard, and I installed Ubuntu Server 11.10 on an old server I've been kinda playing with in class, and put the Lubuntu desktop on it.
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