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#126 2013-04-12 03:08:22

dberg918
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Registered: 2009-05-11
Posts: 18

Re: It is possible to install Gnome 3.x?

zzaw wrote:

Is there no gnome classic session option for anyone else? Tried Lightdm and GDM but both only show the regular Gnome session.

You need the package gnome-shell-extensions for the new classic mode to work, according to comment #50.

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#127 2013-04-12 11:19:50

Anthony25
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Registered: 2012-10-24
Posts: 43

Re: It is possible to install Gnome 3.x?

thebluesgnr wrote:

Switching to SNA acceleration fixed it for me. See https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Intel

Thank you, it works for me !
And it's faster than before, I hope it's stable wink

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#128 2013-04-18 03:44:50

jjshinobi
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Registered: 2013-04-06
Posts: 97

Re: It is possible to install Gnome 3.x?

Anthony25 wrote:
thebluesgnr wrote:

Switching to SNA acceleration fixed it for me. See https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Intel

Thank you, it works for me !
And it's faster than before, I hope it's stable wink

It's the opposite over here. It's gotten slower (on startup). It takes about 1-2 minutes just to get Gnome loaded. On 3.6 it wasn't a problem. It was nearly instant. Is there a way to decrease 3.8's loading?

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#129 2013-04-22 23:21:37

Anthony25
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Registered: 2012-10-24
Posts: 43

Re: It is possible to install Gnome 3.x?

jjshinobi wrote:

It's the opposite over here. It's gotten slower (on startup). It takes about 1-2 minutes just to get Gnome loaded. On 3.6 it wasn't a problem. It was nearly instant. Is there a way to decrease 3.8's loading?

Since Gnome 3.6, gnome-shell takes a long time to start on my laptop, and it's the same with 3.8. I talk about the reactivity of gnome-shell with SNA, what is better (even if I have some little bugs sometime).

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#130 2013-04-23 05:26:02

jjshinobi
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Registered: 2013-04-06
Posts: 97

Re: It is possible to install Gnome 3.x?

Anthony25 wrote:
jjshinobi wrote:

It's the opposite over here. It's gotten slower (on startup). It takes about 1-2 minutes just to get Gnome loaded. On 3.6 it wasn't a problem. It was nearly instant. Is there a way to decrease 3.8's loading?

Since Gnome 3.6, gnome-shell takes a long time to start on my laptop, and it's the same with 3.8. I talk about the re-activity of gnome-shell with SNA, what is better (even if I have some little bugs sometime).

Overall it's faster, after it's loaded. I suggest people who are second guessing to wait until it becomes truly stable...

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