Is there any way I can do this? I want to install the Ubuntu theme and icons because I really like them, but I am having a hard time finding working versions of them on the web.
LMDE 201108 Gnome
The team is proud to announce the release of LMDE 201108 RC with updated ISOs for Gnome and Xfce.
All Linux Mint 11 features
Installer improvements (keyboard variants, locale, bug fixes, UUID in fstab)
Update Packs, dedicated Update Manager and staged repositories
GTK2/GTK3 theme compatibility
Updated software and packages
An early Christmas gift form Linux Mint community Linux Mint Debian 201012 release, Linux Mint Debian 201012 distribution also known as LMDE based on Debian with gnome Desktop.
What’s New in Linux Mint Debian 201012
Brings Linux Mint 10 features to LMDE Here.
Performance boost (using cgroup, the notorious “4 lines of code better than 200″ in user-space)
I install Enlightenment 0.17.3 on Linux Mint 15 (XFCE) using the elf/trunk PPA. Most of the applications in the menu have no icons. I installed several icon themes in Synaptic, but they don't show up the the Application Theme menu (Settings panel > Application Theme > Icons.). I tried dragging in the icon folders from /usr/share/icons to ~/.e/e/icons but that didn't work either.
This icon theme for Gnome provides monochromatic icons for panels, toolbars and buttons and colourful squared icons for devices, applications, folder, files and Gnome menu items.
Faenza icon theme is available to install for Ubuntu Karmic and higher via a PPA, open a terminal and run:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tiheum/equinox
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install faenza-icon-theme
You can als
Linux Mint 11 is the latest release of Linux Mint, a desktop distribution based on Ubuntu Desktop. This is different from Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE), a version of Linux Mint based on Debian. (See a review of LMDE.) The Linux Mint project makes different installation images for the major desktop environments, and this article [...]
Canonical may be hard at work to make Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) the best experience possible, but they are also working on an icon theme that could arrive in time to the final version. The Ubuntu design team announced a while ago that they were planning to update the old icon theme used until now in the recent Ubuntu OSes.
Nitrux OS Icons, a pack of handcrafted icons that are compatible with numerous Linux distributions, including Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and Arch Linux, has received another update and is now available for download.
The icons in Nitrux OS are infinitely scalable, which is one of the most interesting features of this icon pack.
I'm writing a retro-gaming oriented theme. I wanted some medium-size pixelated icons to match, but it doesn't make sense to make up a ton when icon sets come with very cute, small versions of their icons. Is it possible to force ubuntu to use these icons, but enlarged and not blurred whatsoever?