Convert Ubuntu 20.04 LTS to Vanilla Gnome 3 Desktop Environment

Convert Ubuntu 20.04 LTS to Vanilla Gnome 3 Desktop Environment

Datapioneer | 1 month ago

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In this video I show you how to take an out-of-the-box experience with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS installed on bare metal or a hypervisor (as I have done here in VirtualBox 6.0) with the very customized Ubuntu Gnome 3 DE and convert that to a vanilla Gnome 3 DE instead.

===Links===

Ubuntu Website Downloads Website: https://ubuntu.com/#download

dpNetwork Website Blog Article: https://datapioneer-network.org/index.php/2021/01/15/converting-ubuntu-20-04-lts-to-vanilla-gnome3-de/

===Errata===

In the video where I show you how to unmount the loop devices associated with snap, I failed to purge snapd before reviewing the block devices again with the lsblk command. I corrected that in the video, but wanted to point out that I said that I removed snapd when, in fact, I had not until running the CLI command: sudo apt remove snapd. Unmounting the loop devices does not remove these loop devices, just allows them to be removed when snapd is purged from the system and was revealed a bit later in the video.

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