Xmonad is the best window manager I've ever tried, so I felt very uncomfortable updating Ubuntu to 11.04. Gnome2 worked great for me, but when community says it's time to move on, it's time to move on. The first thing after update was setting up xmonad. I followed thisĀ great tutorialĀ and everything went smooth. Except for the fact that Unity 2d did't work all that well with Xmonad. So I replaced Unity launcher with Gnome do and continued with my day to day work. It bothered me a bit, but hey, we More

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