Jack wrote: ↑
12 Feb 2018, 17:58
I don't understand how to do it
Jack, if you are under LXDE
desktop, you should have lxappearance
Then, you should have some icon themes under /usr/share/icons
(available to all users) or under /home/guest/.icons
(only available to guest user in this case). There's also /home/guest/.local/share/icons
which seems to be a new "trending" location for all this stuff. In short, those are the places where you put your custom icons
If you get some icon theme from, i.e. --> https://dl.opendesktop.org/api/files/do ... %201.1.zip
all you have to do is to uncompress
the file you just downloaded to one of those locations above, depending on your profile.
Then in lxappearance
, the installed theme would be available and selectable.
One trick to achieve further integration is to make some symlinks
to the root account
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sudo ln -s /home/guest/.fonts /root/.fonts
sudo ln -s /home/guest/.icons /root/.icons
sudo ln -s /home/guest/.themes /root/.themes
This will ensure your apps
look the same whether you use your guest
or your root
account whenever you run them.
Finally, this procedure is equal to other desktops, the only change is the service program launched to customize your desktop.