Ubuntu 11.04 has Unity as default desktop environment.It has some new and surprising features .But as we all know that the previous version of Ubuntu was using GNOME 2, which was also cool.It was simple and sophisticated.But then comes GNOME 3 which is awesome while using.GNOME 3 has been developed from the scratch and the developer of GNOME 3 calls it the Next Generation Desktop.So i told you how you can Install and use GNOME 3 on your newly arrived Ubuntu 11.04.As it works well on the OpenSUSE and some other Operating System.
But it seems there is a problem in using the GNOME 3 on Ubuntu 11.04.Many of the user has complained that there is a problem after installing GNOME 3.As you will lose your unity desktop and also you will not get the original functionality of GNOME 3 such as themes etc.So in this post i will tell you how to recover your unity desktop back and uninstall the GNOME 3.After this you will again be able to use Ubuntu 11.04 with Unity.
How to Uninstall GNOME 3
Open the terminal and just run the following Command.It will uninstall the GNOME 3
sudo ppa-purge ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3
Now update your Ubuntu either by Update Manager or Running the following command in the terminal
sudo apt-get update
Type the following command to reinstall the Unity.
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
Enjoy again using Unity with Ubuntu 11.04.If it is not working then let me know.So that i will search for another Options.Thanks !!