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FrankJAlejo
May 26th, 2013, 04:33 AM
Hey guys, so recently I been trying to make my ubuntu look very google themed. I wanted to change the systems icons to also be very googled themed.
I wanted to know how could I make http://carlosjj.deviantart.com/art/Google-JFK-Icons-ICO-and-PNG-270715545#comments http://cornmanthe3rd.deviantart.com/art/Plex-287022406 working in ubuntu?

Am a fresh newbie to ubuntu :p

zombifier25
May 26th, 2013, 05:46 AM
That icon set has yet to be made for Linux (which would make installation easy), so you'll have to rename everything by hand to create a new icon theme. If you only wish to replace the icons, then run this command:

gksu nautilus
Now you'll have nautilus running as root, which can do anything so be very careful. Navigate to /usr/share/applications, search for the app you want to replace the icon (for example Firefox), right click it, choose "Properties", click on the icon and navigate to the icon you downloaded in your home folder (/home/yourusername). The change will not be instant, you have to restart the Unity desktop by running

unity