Tutorial on installing budgie desktop on Ubuntu

Time:2022-7-13

Budgie is a flagship desktop customized for Linux distribution, and it is also a customization project. Designed for avant-garde users, it is committed to simplicity and simplicity. One of its great advantages is that it is not the fork version of other projects, but independent from the capital to the tail.

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Budgie desktop is closely combined with Gnome stack, using advanced technology to provide a selectable desktop experience. Out of the concept of open source, this desktop can also be seen in other Linux distributions.

Budgie can now achieve a similar experience to the gnome2 desktop through panel settings.
Features of version 0.8

  • Taskbar: support application locking to the taskbar
    Taskbar: using Desktop file to configure quicklists menu
    Taskbar: using Desktop file to configure icon resolution
    Taskbar: support blue flashing when there is notification
    Panel: support default dark body
    Add widget of menu bar
    Panel: automatically hide the menu bar and toolbar (this is configured as manual)
    Panel: support shadow at the edge of the screen
    Panel: dynamic support for Gnome panel theme
    Run dialog box: virtual refresh
    Budgie menu: add compact mode and use it by default
    Budgie menu: arrange menu items in order of use
    Budgie menu: remove old power options
    Editor: add all menu options in the UI
    Support for upgrading from Gnome 3.10 to 3.16
    Wm: close animation of workspace (after V8)
    Wm: better animation when changing wallpaper

important information

  • Budgie version 0.8 release is currently only beta
    No local network management; It can be solved by using the widget of Ubuntu
    Budgie is designed for evolve OS, so there may be bugs in this PPA
    Gnome theme is better than Ubuntu local theme
    Ubuntu’s scroll bar will no longer work
    If you want to know more, you can visit the evolve OS website

install

Now, we will install our own lightweight budgie desktop in ubuntu14.04 LTS. First, we need to add the PPA source to our Ubuntu. Execute the following command:

   

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The code is as follows:

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:evolve-os/ppa

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After adding PPA, run the following command to update the local software warehouse.

   

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The code is as follows:

$ sudo apt-get update

Then just execute the following command to install

   

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The code is as follows:

$ sudo apt-get install budgie-desktop

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be careful

This is an active development version, and some main functions may not be particularly perfect, such as: no network manager, no volume control component (you can use keyboard control), no notification system, and unable to lock the app to the taskbar.

There is a temporary solution to disable the overlay scroll bar: set another default theme, and then exit the current session from the terminal:

   

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The code is as follows:

$ gnome-session-quit

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Login budgie session

After the installation, we can choose to enter the budgie desktop when logging in.

Select Desktop Session
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shutdown -l

   

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The code is as follows:

$ budgie-sessioon –logout

conclusion

Hi, now we have successfully installed the lightweight budgie desktop environment on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Budgie desktop is currently in the process of development, so there are many missing functions at present. Although it is based on gnome gtk3, it is not completely replicated. Budgie is completely implemented from scratch. Its design is elegant and is constantly improving. If you have any questions or comments, please post them in the comment box below. Wish you like budgie desktop 0.8.

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