Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Beavenburt, Feb 7, 2009.
simple and nice
The GTK theme and icons used are shown in Thunar's window.
I heard about both while looking at a new linux distro: https://solus-project.com/2015/12/27/solus-1-0-released/
That's actually a very good theme, indeed. Very clean, looks good (except for default GNOME icons )
It's the Moka icon theme.
Arch xfce, 4.2.5-1 kernel with mix of Dorian and LiNsta-Black-Plastic themes...
Nice Cinnamon theme!
I think Ellison is using KDE.
According to terminal inxi -S its cinnamon 2.8.6 .I wasn’t sure myself and had to google the command to check
I was thinking KDE as well because of the icons.
Just checked icons and they are indeed default kde4.The desktop theme is void as I’ve always liked the idea of the task-bar growing or shrinking depending on what’s opened or started.
Some suggestions for *nix themes, icons, walls etc
Now using XFCE until the down of time.
I have been playing with Linux for a while now, trying to learn and explore this new world. So far I have tried many distros and and my two favorite are Linux mint and Xubuntu. I like the XFCE desktop the most although the cinnamon desktop comes close. So my only dilemma is which to settle on full time. I have two in a virtual machine, Linux mint with KDE, XFCE, Mate and Cinnamon that i have been using to see the differences with, and Xubuntu obviously with XFCE. In terms of core applications I prefer the direction mint is headed. The Ubunutu software center is slow compared to Mints take. Mint feels complete and well designed and polished.
So the question remains, XFCE Mint or Xubuntu.
Above is Xubuntu 15.10 with XFCE with the Greybird appearance and the Elementry XFCE Darker icon set.
Xubuntu, with second panel as launcher
Beautiful wallpaper. Does it come with the OS?
Nope, I forgot where I got it; Google Image the image
I know it's English coast, surreal as it comes, as everything about those islands
This is my real first Linux experience, clean install, disk format, goodbye Windows.... all that
so far so beautiful and strange
Good to know you moved away from Windows
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