Install Unity 7.2 in Arch Linux

Use Ubuntu's Unity 7.2 as your desktop in Arch Linux

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Here's how you can install Unity 7.2 in Arch Linux. This will let you use Ubuntu's Unity desktop environment on your Arch Linux system.

1. Open a terminal window.

2. Type in the following command then hit Enter.

sudo vim /etc/pacman.conf

3. Paste in this text.

[moo]

SigLevel = Optional TrustAll

Server = http://mooos.org/repos/moo/$arch

4. Type in the following commands then hit Enter after each.

sudo pacman -S unity

sudo reboot

According to Linux G:

I will show you how to install Unity 7.2 on Arch Linux. Unity on Arch Linux has the same functionalities as it has on Ubuntu, all elements (AppMenu, applets, etc) working properly.

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Additional resources for Arch Linux

Arch Linux Site

Arch Linux Forums

Arch Linux Wiki

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