An overview of the Sardi icons v.7.9.2 and the Sardi Extra icons on November 2016

I promised myself to work more on other distro's as well. This movie has been made on a Solus system. You can find more articles about Solus Budgie 1.2.1. here. This time around I included also the Sardi Extra icons. I would like people to use the scripts and have...
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Sardi Icon Collection version 7.8-1 overview and Ubuntu 16.10 ready

Ubuntu 16.10 has just been released and the Sardi icon collection has been updated accordingly. In the changelog file in the Sardi directory, you can see the detailed info. Sardi is developed on a Linux Mint 18 Cinnamon system but it can run on other distro's as well....
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How to install themes and icons the easy way

On my github I will collect the best icons and themes. With some scripts I can easily install multiple icons and themes like Sardi icons (read on) Surfn icons (read on) Personal Arc theme creations (read on) Personal Mint-Y theme creations (read on) ... Surf to...
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Complete desktop tuning Tron

We started with some passion for a movie then an idea to change our desktop to match the movie. [gallery type="divi" link="file" size="medium" ids="8932,8933,8934" orderby="rand"] Get you wallpaper and put it in the variety favorites. If you have a login, your...
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Complete desktop tuning Matrix

We started with some passion for a movie then an idea to change our desktop to match the movie. Get you wallpaper and put it in the variety favorites. If you have a login, your wallpaper will be synced to your other computers too. Read more about variety here....
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Installing Mate desktop on Solus 1.2.1 Budgie

Since this is a complete desktop you are installing, you will have to log off and switch to mate on your login screen at the top right. In this tutorial we started out with the iso of Solus Budgie 1.2.1, installed then i3 tiling manager and now Mate. You will see...

Installing i3 on Solus 1.2.1 Budgie

I3 has been moving with me from Archlinux to Antergos to Linux Mint 17-18 to Ubuntu 16.10 and now on Solus 1.2.1. My point ? it works on any linux distro it looks awesome on any linux distro it feels the same on any linux distro it has the same shortcuts on any linux...

How can we install zsh on Solus 1.2.1

Zsh is an alternative bash but there is a community out there that makes themes to make the terminal look great. The main reason for installing zsh (for me) is actually the random colouring of the terminal text. Loving the terminal I want to have a great look. Each...

Installing the Arc Evopop theme on Solus 1.2.1

On any distro I will have a try to see if I can make a personalized Arc theme with the help of my scripts. This image you see, is the result of these colouring scripts. This is the orignal ARC THEME from Horst3180 but it has been changed to follow the colour of the...

Installing the Arc Red theme on Solus 1.2.1

We are very happy that the Arc theme from Horst3180 is standard issue on Solus when you install it. Arc has an blue accent colouring scheme. The colours can however not be changed (easily). But we can install an Arc Red theme from github to have some variety. Go to...

Installing plank and the plank themes on Solus

Plank has been documented in many articles on this website. I let you read them here.   This is the essence of what you need to know. How to get these plank themes?     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClVIp4PAr-A   How to make sure Plank will start...

Installing third party applications in Solus 1.2.1

Solus has a great collection of awesome applications gathered in the Software center. Just take a look. Some of them will not be for your 'typical' linux user. Nevertheless.   I DO NOT recommend to install all these applications via script from github...

Installing the best applications out there for Solus

Installing applications can be done via the Software Center. You are encouraged to do so. We have already shown you how in this article with icon themes as an example or in this article with variety. If you only have one computer and you never change distro (you are...

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