I am running a moderately cusomized distro. It is Crunchbang (which is debian based) that runs only OpenBox. Further, I have integrated Kali tools into it (Kali is also Debian).
My problem is that I find the openbox/XFCE file manager Thunar lacking as a file manager. Preferably, I would like to use NEMO, which is a file manager that is from a Mint gnome fork.
What I would like to do is install and update NEMO from the appropriate Mint repository, but nothing else... I know I am asking for trouble as it is since I have Crunchbang, Wheezy stable, and Kali repositories, and there could conflicts already within these three repos.
But I really would like Nemo. So, if I modify apt_preferences, could I set it to only go to the LinuxMint repo for the Nemo package???submitted by pjvex
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I followed the instructions on this page, http://www.russo79.com/gnome15/download/ubuntu
When I entersudo apt-get install gnome15
and I got this as a return:Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package gnome15
I am running Ubuntu 14.04LTS I am also very very new to linux in general so, if possible, ELI5.submitted by aeonis
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Hi I am trying to break into the linux life and after some research decided to go with a duo os to try it out at first. i am using windows 7. i cant login with the password and username i enter before install. i see that others are having this problem but is their a solution or stable version? i can only find the download for the 12.04 versionsubmitted by koolaiid617