A month ago I decided to install the recent LTS of Ubuntu (which currently is 14.04) on my laptop. I’ve used Ubuntu in Oracles VirtualBox before to build a new version of wubi for Windows 8 and 8.1 (an article on that will come soon), so I was prepared. As I finally had installed all my favorite software and development tools (e.g. eclipse, Chromium, QtCreator) I searched for a way to customize the look’n’feel of it. I don’t like orange too well, I like blueish colors better :P. I found a solution and in this article I want to show you how to make your system look a bit cooler.
The steps we will take towards modifying the theme are the following:
- Adding the ravefinity ppas (ambiance & radiance color themes and humanity color themes) and installing UnityTweakTool
- Setting background and theme color
- Customizing your terminals style
1.Let’s start off…
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