Originally Posted by DiscipleDOC
No probs....because I feel the same about GNOME. I've never had so many problems as I do with GNOME. Maybe if I did a clean install and started with GNOME, it would probably go better, but I'm not going to use it.
I hear you DD. I too think a clean install with one or the other may be the way to go, but I will say it was a good learning experience.