I recently installed Antergos GNOME and now have it all setup to my liking. This morning updates were available and one was cinnamon-desktop, I checked with Pamac and cinnamon-desktop is installed but not accessible through the DM. Is this normal as I only selected GNOME in the installer. I thought Cinnamon was a fork of GNOME-2. The question is can I remove cinnamon-desktop safely. I don’t want to clutter the drive.
Found cinnamon-desktop installed on GNOME
installed Antergos GNOME and now have it all setup to my liking
Hi. This “setup to my liking” could be the culprit. You might have installed something that is dependent on `cinnamon-desktop"…
I am just giving myself a good kick. I had installed nemo and when I looked on the Arch repository cinnamon-desktop was one of the dependencies. Got rid of it all. Nautilus will only go to ~/ . Will stick to the CLI and Midnight Commander if I need to get in those high directories.