Ubuntu GNOME (formerly Ubuntu GNOME Remix) is an official flavor of Ubuntu, featuring the GNOME desktop environment. It is intended as a mostly pure GNOME desktop experience built from the Ubuntu repositories.
Ubuntu GNOME aims to bring a mostly pure GNOME desktop experience to Ubuntu. Keeping in coordination with the Ubuntu Desktop Team, we have decided to stay with GNOME 3.8 for the 13.10 release. Please see the GNOME 3.8 Release Notes for features of GNOME 3.8.
Download UbuntuGNOME 13.10 “Saucy Salamander” via Distrowatch:
Ali Jawad has announced the release of Ubuntu GNOME 13.10, the project's second release as an official Ubuntu flavour featuring the GNOME 3 desktop with GNOME Shell: "The Ubuntu GNOME team is proud to announce the release of Ubuntu GNOME 13.10. Ubuntu GNOME aims to bring a mostly pure GNOME desktop experience to Ubuntu. Keeping in coordination with the Ubuntu Desktop team, we have decided to stay with GNOME 3.8 for the 13.10 release. Features: most of GNOME 3.8 is now included; many artwork improvements including new boot loader theme, Plymouth theme, wallpapers, installer slideshow and completed branding with our new logo; the new GNOME Classic session is included, to try it choose it from the Sessions option on the login screen; Ubuntu Online Accounts is no longer included by default." See the release announcement and release notes for more information. Download: ubuntu-gnome-13.10-desktop-amd64.iso (865MB, SHA256, torrent).
Downloading Ubuntu GNOME 13.10
- The default "Desktop" installer requires at least 1 GB of RAM.
- Check USB or DVD Disc for Errors. When you boot the default installer, you will see the option to "Check Disc For Errors".
If you have a PC with the Windows 8 logo or UEFI firmware, choose the 64-bit download Read More.
Please use the torrent link to download, it will be a faster download and will save on costs for bandwidth for the Canonical servers which means more money in the budget for all of the Ubuntu flavours. Please, seed as much as possible to help others as well.
Try without Installation.
If you are not sure about installing Ubuntu GNOME, you can try it out without affecting your current installed system.
Hint: With the default DVD, you can boot your computer with Ubuntu GNOME to back-up your data!
PC 32 bit
32-bit version, suitable for almost all PCs. Choose this if unsure.
PC 64 bit
64 bit version for Intel or AMD computers. Most PCs older than about 2007 are not 64-bit compatible, so you may need a 32-bit ISO instead of a 64-bit ISO. Usually, if you have 4GB RAM and more, you will need to use this version.
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