Making our desktop our own is one of the pleasures we have as end-users in Linux.

In this tutorial we learn where to change the colour code and how to find the hexadecimal code needed to define the colour.

This tutorial is using many elements that are also hosted on this website.

If you want to easily add or receive new wallpaper, you can read this article about variety.

If you want to download the Arc themes, you can read this article.
If you want to create your personal Arc theme, you can read this article.

If you want to download the Mint-Y themes, you can read this article.
If you want to create your personal Mint-Y theme, you can read this article.

If you want to install the Sardi icons, you can read this article.
If you want to create your personal Sardi icons, you can read these articles.

If you want to install the plank, you can read this article.
If you want to create your personal plank theme, you can read this article.
If you want to download plank themes, you can read this article.

Youtube tutorial

Contents of the video

  • theme manager
  • different arc and mint-y themes
  • different icons to use
  • let the conky follow your theme, wallpaper, icons, …
  • aureola is the home folder
  • config/conky folder
  • sublime-text to open the conf file
  • color1 is the accent colour
  • sudo apt install gpick
  • press spacebar to pick a colour

 

 

Remember

Aureola’s home folder is a hidden one.

Conky’s home folder is also a hidden one.

Anything with the name conky.conf will be started if in the conky’s home folder.

Pin It on Pinterest