I’ve just installed Manjaro Cinnamon, and I wanted to have gnome along side it, I installed it by typing the following:
`$ sudo pacman -Syy`
`$ sudo pacman -S gnome-extra gdm manjaro-gnome-assets manjaro-gdm-theme manjaro-settings-manager`
`$ sudo systemctl -f enable gdm.service`
But I just get a blue wallpaper which is unchangeable, and there are no gnome settings etc.
Can I get instructions on installing gnome properly?
Gnome is already a part of my Manjaro Cinnamon are you sure it wasn’t already part of yours?
There is a little icon beside or just above and to the right of your name in the login screen. Click on it and it gives options for different Desktop environments.
I installed Cinnamon at the end of August and did nothing to put Gnome on there.
Thanks for answering James.
No, it did not come with gnome when I installed it.
Hi. And … sudo pacman -S gnome ( contains the base GNOME desktop and a subset of well-integrated applications)
sudo systemctl enable gdm.service
sudo pacman -S gnome gnome-extra
sudo systemctl enable gdm.service --force
sudo pacman -S manjaro-gnome-assets manjaro-gdm-theme manjaro-settings-manager
Hi, sorry for the late reply, but I just installed the Gnome version of Manjaro on the laptop.
But thanks anyway