GAIA for KWin

KDE 3.x Window Decorations

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Description:

This is a port of the Emerald/Beryl-theme “GAIA” (http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=63264) for native use with KWin. Thanks to the author ;).

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Installation:
Unpack and cd to the directory
./configure
make
sudo make install

In case it doesn’t work, please try to “prefix” your KDE directory, e.g. for Kubuntu:
./configure –-prefix=/usr
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made with DecGen 0.5 http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=28848

skinwalker

11 years ago

sieht sehr gut aus Michael! rated gud mate!

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nord666

11 years ago

I'm not really good with Linux. Can someone explain me all the steps to follow to install the themes? The unpacked folder is:
/home/philippe/Desktop/GAIA_KWin-0.1

Thanks a lot!

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skinwalker

11 years ago

Execute these commands as mentioned by Michael!

./configure

note: if u have an X includes error, then the development libraries may be missing, but if ur working on a popular linux distribution, chances r they might be already installed. if that is so, then kdebase dev libraries might be missing. in that case execute the following command (if ur on debian based distribution):

sudo apt-get install kdebase-dev

If confgure works out successfully, then execute the following commands:

make

and followed by:

sudo make install

hope that helps! and gud luck!

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Inspire

12 years ago

It installs great, but i just can`t find the theme so I can apply it. What could I be doing wrong? It`s a great theme, congratulations on int but I wish I could fully enjoy it. Thank you! Keep up the good work!

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industrie13

12 years ago

Hi,

I guess, this is because of "configure"'s prefix-option.
You have to provide the script with the path where your KDE-directory is located. E.g. for KUbuntu you would have to type:
./configure --prefix=/usr

Had the same prob at the beginning ;)

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Inspire

12 years ago

Yes Thank You! It works and looks great! Many thanks! Keep up the good work!

Best regards!

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stonewolf

12 years ago

...the "porting Master", right?! ;-) Once again you get a "Cool" and a "good" from me!

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