Ubuntu Eye Candy

by on Jul.11, 2009, under Linux

Linux has become a very utilitarian object for me. I use it in lots of places and situations to make life easier. In fact, most large OEM computer manufacturers have realised this, and use/ship Linux boot CDs to install firmware and low-level drivers. (some even facilitate the installation of a Windows OS to disk using GNU tools.)

Anyway, I’ve been running Ubuntu Linux (Intrepid) as a host OS on a Lenovo X61 tablet. It has everything I need for network engineering, security analysis, troubleshooting, and programming, right there up against the hardware. For tasks requiring the use of Windows, I can boot a virtual machine in Virtualbox, and use that. Today, after booting up, I noticed that I’ve been running the default Intrepid theme since install. I decided it’s time for a change. I went looking for themes, and found:

The Bisigi Project

Nice work, Mr. Vogelweith. Easy to install, beautiful to see. Thank you for sharing. I hope you don’t mind that I changed your logo just slightly, it wouldn’t show up here otherwise!

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