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Pixel Girl

   1.0  

GDM Theme

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Pixel Girl
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Link:  Link
Depends on  GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  54323
Submitted:  Nov 24 2004

Description:

This time a picture from http://www.pixelhigh.com/ merged again with the nice NLD-Login.




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 verryyy....!!!owesome....!!!

 
 by luffy on: Jun 24 2008
 
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great....!!!!
this body....!!!


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 helpp

 
 by bigi on: Oct 25 2008
 
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i really would lkike to use it but i have got a problem, first of all i cannot install it and the other one is that when i install a new gdm theme it is just too big for my screen, its pretty strange because i have got 17". any solutions? thx


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 Question

 
 by jewel1212 on: Dec 12 2008
 
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Sorry to ask, but i am pretty new in Linux (ubuntu), and i wonder how to instal this theme..

Wold be werry plesed to know..


LZ
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 how i dit it

 
 by sergioams78 on: Jul 15 2009
 
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i'm not a expert on linux, not even closer but here's how i did it

i extract the file then i go to a console and compress it again but like this

tar czvf [chosename].tar.gz gdm-pixel_girl

then you can install

i think you can just rename it , but i did not try this but if you wanted, do this


in the same folder were the archive is :

mv 18179-gdm-pixel_girl.tar.bz2 [chosename].tar.gz

sry my english


sergio
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 How to install a GDM Theme

 
 by zenmaster on: Nov 8 2009
 
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Download the above or other favourite GDM theme file (tar.bz2)

Main menu, System, Administration,Login Window.

This will open software that handles your login theme choices (with root privilages)

Hit the "local" tab. Under "style" select the "themed" or "themed with face browser".

You should now see all themes available.

To install the theme you have just downloaded just go to where you downloaded the .tar.bz2 and drag it into the preview box of the Login Window programme. Voila, your theme appears as a selection as if by magic.

Then choose if you would like the Menu Bar option and Welcome Message (personlised if you like) and hey presto you will now have your own personal login window.

To test to make sure you like it just log out.

Happy customising.


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 How to install a GDM Theme

 
 by zenmaster on: Nov 8 2009
 
Score 50%

Download the above or other favourite GDM theme file (tar.bz2)

Main menu, System, Administration,Login Window.

This will open software that handles your login theme choices (with root privilages)

Hit the "local" tab. Under "style" select the "themed" or "themed with face browser".

You should now see all themes available.

To install the theme you have just downloaded just go to where you downloaded the .tar.bz2 and drag it into the preview box of the Login Window programme. Voila, your theme appears as a selection as if by magic.

Then choose if you would like the Menu Bar option and Welcome Message (personlised if you like) and hey presto you will now have your own personal login window.

To test to make sure you like it just log out.

Happy customising.


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