Themes Install OS X El Capitan Theme on Ubuntu

Install OS X El Capitan Theme on Ubuntu

OS X El Capitan Theme is solely applicable for Ubuntu derivative system which means it can be installed and used on all version of Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Pinguy OS and other Ubuntu based distros. GTK 2 is required for smooth rendering on Gnome shell 3.18 and 3.20. Linux cinnamon desktop environment is also suitable with GTK 3. This icon theme is going under heavy development, so if you face any problem, let me know in the comment section.

Manual Download and Installation

Step – 1

Download

Step – 2

  • Extract to “/usr/share/themes” or “~/.themes” (make this folder without quote, if necessary)
  • For Icon, extract here “/use/share/icons”

Step – 3

  • Use Distribution specific tools to make the change.
  • For Ubuntu, you can use Unity Tweak Tool to make the change.

For More information follow How To Use Themes and Icons on Various Linux Desktop

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