Install Gnome 3 on Ubuntu 11.10

Although the Ubuntu 11.10 features Unity that is Less like a Smart Phone and More like a Useful GUI , I had noticed that many of the Ubuntu Fans generated a Hatred for Unity due to it's Poor Performance in Ubuntu 11.04 , and want to Try out/ Install the Gnome 3

The Unity in 11.10 and Gnome 3 both introduced such features that are Hard to Understand and take time to get Adjusted . this time Unity comes with lot's of Improvement and Easy to Operate , but the Transition Effects are Lower than the Gnome 3.

How to Install Gnome 3 on Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot?

  • Open up the Terminal and Enter the following Command
    sudo apt-get install gnome-shell

  • When Prompted type your Password and Hit Enter

  • Your System will ask that 79.3 MB [In my case , it can be different] will be Used , Type Y for Yes ,N for No . You should type "Y" and Hit the Enter Key

  • Next , Reboot the PC and when you again visit the Ubuntu Login Panel on Startup , Click the Little Setting  Icon Near the Password Field

  • Select "GNOME" from the List and Login by filling up your Password and hitting Enter Key

  • Finally Enjoy Gnome 3