Being somewhat sick of standard Ubuntu - it’s generally pretty RAM intensive and since 18.10
gnome-shell leaks some 500 MB RAM per day, so I have to interrupt my work for a logout/login cycle way more often than I like, I’d like to give Budgie a try. “Lightweight” sounds good, very good.
With Debian and Ubuntu having excellent package managers, I’d like to extend the current installation with Budgie. Goal is to not only have Ubuntu and Ubuntu on Wayland as choice on the login screen, but also Ubuntu Budgie. Or some command to switch between these desktop environments.
Is this possible? So far I’ve found only rather old instructions: http://tipsonubuntu.com/2016/11/09/install-budgie-desktop-ubuntu-16-04-16-10/ to do this.
Some hints on how to get such a parallel installation would be great!