Now with XFCE.
There’re so much possibilities. Hope the developers would create a stable image in time. With the help of Cannonical developers, I believe.
Few hours later,
a nicely tweaked XFCE system with Plank as the dock.
The nice part of Linux on DeX is that, you don’t have to install from an iso to have different Ubuntus with different DEs. Simply add the DE, tweak it the way you want. You can have any amount of tweaked images, which can be pasted in the container and use it. You can interchange them to any amount of times, and still have it fully tweaked as it was before. Right now, I have three, Gnome Flashback, Unity and XFCE.
I didn’t have such a jolly time for a long time! Very thankful to the Linux on DeX team at Samsung and the Cannonical developers, who created this Ubuntu for ARM. Heavy apps, such as GIMP starts much, much faster with ARM, than the Intel ones I have. And, what battery life! For the last 4 hours, only 23% of the battery had been used. This is my first Ubuntu on ARM, btw.
Few hours later;
The first try to get gnome shell running failed, but I am not that worried about that. But, I’m sure LXDE, Mate or Openbox would work. Its 20.15 now and he device has 31% battery power still.