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    Unhappy How do i install GNOME 3 in terminal? (running KDE suse 13.1)

    So i want to have Gnome 3 also running on my laptop. I installed GNOME 3 from the software package manager but It seams to be glitchy.. the icons are big and its not smooth.. I'm thinking installing it from the terminal would be better and everything should work smooth. Can someone please help me?

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    Default Re: How do i install GNOME 3 in terminal? (running KDE suse 13.1)

    On Wed 02 Apr 2014 08:16:01 PM CDT, fazeincgraphics wrote:


    So i want to have Gnome 3 also running on my laptop. I installed GNOME 3
    from the software package manager but It seams to be glitchy.. the icons
    are big and its not smooth.. I'm thinking installing it from the
    terminal would be better and everything should work smooth. Can someone
    please help me?


    Hi
    What gnome patterns do you have installed?
    Code:
    zypper se -i patterns-openSUSE-gnome
    I have 15 patterns installed on the Gnome only machine.

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    Default Re: How do i install GNOME 3 in terminal? (running KDE suse 13.1)

    Quote Originally Posted by fazeincgraphics View Post
    So i want to have Gnome 3 also running on my laptop. I installed GNOME 3 from the software package manager but It seams to be glitchy.. the icons are big and its not smooth.. I'm thinking installing it from the terminal would be better and everything should work smooth. Can someone please help me?
    Do I understand that you intstalled something using YaST > Software > Software management and that you now want to install the same using zypper because you think the result will be different?

    That will not be the case. Installing is installing.
    Henk van Velden

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