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 ip banning

 
 by teft on: Apr 17 2008
 
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why there are many countries banned to acces to gnome-look? I had to modify my http-headers and use Russian ip to get in. Its just not fair x)


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 Re: ip banning

 
 by jturkey on: Sep 19 2008
 
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what country are you in? Just curious.


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 Re: Re: ip banning

 
 by teft on: Sep 19 2008
 
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I'm in El Salvador.. but now its ok, it was a while ago


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 GTK 2.x differences

 
 by vitious on: May 4 2008
 
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Hi! I was wondering why Synaptic or login manager or other adminitrative GUIs don't recognize some of the gtk2.x themes I've tried to use. They simply look like linux in the 90's with some themes that in other windows are gorgeous. Clearlooks for example works, but many others don't work in these windows. This may sound stupid but I've discarded lots of beautiful themes just for this matter..
Well, why?
Thanks in advance


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 Re: GTK 2.x differences

 
 by Chrispy on: May 4 2008
 
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That is because you installed them per-user only, in /home/username/.themes/ those other applications are running as the root user, but he can not access your themes. Move the thems into /usr/share/themes/ and you aare done


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 Re: Re: GTK 2.x differences

 
 by vitious on: May 5 2008
 
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First of all thanks for your reply, but I get two situations. If I simply copy them nothing changes, I still get different looks for root user apps. If I move them, as you suggested, then I can no longer choose them in the theme preferences. In both cases I tried restarting X before confirming.


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 Re: GTK 2.x differen

 
 by marcaemus on: May 5 2008
 
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just symlink /home/[user]/.themes to /root/.themes to have all your themes usable as super user.


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 Re: Re: GTK 2.x differen

 
 by vitious on: May 5 2008
 
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This worked, thank you so much!


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 Re: Re: GTK 2.x diff

 
 by code933k on: May 16 2008
 
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That procedure "just works" but is insecure and could take the people to little problems if they have their home at a different disk or partition (where it is supposed to be)

A malicious attaker could do whatever he/she wants.

No graphical apps should be started as root unless you know what you are doing... which is highly improbable.

Regards.


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2.) See think.

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 Re: Re: Re: GTK 2.x

 
 by marcaemus on: May 18 2008
 
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I've run like this over separate partitions with no probs for 2 years. Possibility (remote) of security breach, sure. Most distros run their setup/admin tools as super user.


...when all the worlds collide.
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 PS

 
 by marcaemus on: May 18 2008
 
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...and, yes, I noticed the timing of your reply.


...when all the worlds collide.
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 Installing themes

 
 by cjtjamandra on: May 21 2008
 
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how to install themes?

i have tried drag and dropping th .gz to the appearance window but it said invalid theme.

i also tried extracting it to .themes but no use.. please help


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 Installing Themes

 
 by fredkratt on: May 23 2008
 
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I have tried to install emerald, blackbox, compiz, beryl anthing but the boring default themes. No success. How do There is no set of instructions on how to get these themes to work. I get the Beryl manager? How do I start an emerald theme I have installed?

The instructions on the sites are "Install theme." - how?

How can I get gnome-look.org repository added to my synaptic package manager?

I am new to linux and I hate Microsoft. However, it took me several days to load Linux on my old laptop to replace XP.

Please tell me where I can find out how to access some of these themes and how to get them to run.


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 Re: Installing Themes

 
 by TheRob on: May 26 2008
 
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well what are you trying to theme?

gnome? gtk? blackbox? window borders??


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 Sound change

 
 by polyz on: May 23 2008
 
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Hi I'm using openSUSE 10.3 32 bit. I want to change the system sounds to this sound package :

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=75398&forumpage=0

I'm not sure as of how to do this. I have the tar.gz file sitting on my desktop, what do I do next?


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 Installing themes

 
 by micsame on: May 29 2008
 
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Hi

I have downloaded "Gray Dark Ice Emerald Theme"

My system is Ubuntu 8. I have install Compiz and Emerald theme manager.

How do i get it to work???

Is there any guides????


/Michael


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