Re: GNOME 3 extensions that mimic GNOME 2
On Sun, 2011-11-13 at 23:30 -0300, Carlo Borelli wrote:
> 2011/11/13 Kevin Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I just found some extensions that give your desktop a GNOME 2
> look and feel. I guess it's kinda like fallback mode, but
> fallback mode is supposedly only temporary.
> All you need to do is extract the .tgz file into your home
> folder, log out and log back in. Easy peasy. It's a
> collection of 6 extensions. They are all on by default, but
> you can use gnome-tweak-tool to disable the ones you don't
> I don't get it, frankly, why all those ppl has that resistance to
> Gnome 3 come and stay, so better explore it, keep it and see what has
> to offer.
> Why all those ppl wining and crying....
So we should use something that doesn't feature what we need? Eating the
soup with a fork is idiotic.
Did you already run top?
When everything is idle, sometimes 50% of the CPU are used, pardon, 50%
while ondemand of my 2.1 dual-core stays at 1 GHz. Anyway, that's not
good. My machine is a tuned realtime machine, when everything is idle it
should be 0.x% max.