Ubuntu Change Cursor

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This script changes the cursor in ubuntu 10.04, there is a problem because if you change the cursor only with gconf-editor, you will have double-cursor.

Download a cursor, extract and paste the carpet in /home/user/.icons.

First, open the script with gedit and where it says "new_cursor" we replace with the name of the new cursor with quotes, where says old_cursor, 2 options, if you never have changed you replace with DMZ-White, if you have changed the cursor you must put the name of this cursor, and where it say new_cursor, replace without quotes.

Second, we give execution permission and execute, run in terminal, when it need your password, you type it.
Next, restart or restart desktop.

Example in screenshot 2.

If you need more information, comment.


gildi59

9 years ago

I don't have donwloaded new cursor themes.
I want just use the ubuntu themes that are already installed. (I'm in version 10.04)
Bu When I try to change the cursor. It doesn't work.
I tried to use your script but I don't know what to put in place of 'new_cursor' and 'old_cursor' in my case.

Can you help me please?

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emmeffebo

9 years ago

Thnak's! :-)

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robyfer

9 years ago

Thank you for comment.

:)

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cokidvd
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