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Downloads:  989
Submitted:  Jul 26 2005

Description:

I'm running kubuntu and was very annoyed by the default icon of firefox (it's just a pretty dark worldbowl and really not nice to look at). Changing the icons was easy, but after I replaced the icons in /usr/share/icons/ the icons of firefox window were still the default ones. I figured out, that there are additional icons in /usr/pixmaps and in /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox that had to be replaced to get a uniform looking firefox. And last but not least, due to ruffuseddy I was able to adjust firefox's about screen, too.

This is pretty much copying that has to be done after each update of firefox - which lately became very frequent... So I packed everything needed together and wrote a little bashscript to do the work. Since one need to replace files in /usr/share and /usr/lib the root password is needed for proper execution.

Credits for the firefox icon go to aax24vb (http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=14153).

To install just upack and run the crystalfox.sh script.

IMPORTANT: As I said I'm running Kubuntu and adjusted the paths according to my installation. If you're running a different system, you should check and adjust the paths BEFORE running the script.




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 thanks

 
 by MartinGy2k on: Jul 26 2005
 
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This is great, I'm glad to see someone else whom likes to have everything look "just right".


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 how to install it

 
 by hmai on: Jul 26 2005
 
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it's nice!
sorry, but how to install it


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 Re: how to install i

 
 by goldenboy on: Jul 27 2005
 
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You're welcome...

Simply unpack the downloaded 26969-crystalfox.tar.gz. Unpacking will create a directory named crystalfox. Change to this directory and open a command shell (e.g. by pressing F4 in the respective window). In the command shell simply type ./crytsalfox.sh. If you'll be asked for a password, type in your superuser password or the root password. Sad but true, you'll need superuser rights on your system to install this eye candy...

Let me know, if I could help you.

cheers


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 Re: Re: how to insta

 
 by hmai on: Jul 31 2005
 
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thank you for your help
it works now


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 Re: Re: how to insta

 
 by owdy on: Aug 7 2005
 
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Ig et errors:

root@Koti:/home/osku/Desktop/26969-crystalfox/crystalfox # ./crystalfox.sh
sudo: dirs: command not found
cp: tiedoston "lib" tilaa ei voi lukea: Tiedostoa tai hakemistoa ei ole
cp: tiedoston "share" tilaa ei voi lukea: Tiedostoa tai hakemistoa ei ole


Means file or dir doesnt exist :(


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 Re: Re: Re: how to i

 
 by goldenboy on: Aug 7 2005
 
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Seems as if you don't have the "dirs" command installed on your system. This should normally ship with the bash-shell since it is a bash built-in command (see man bash for details).

I would try to (re)install bash or if you already have bash installed adjust the path to the bash executeable (the path in the first line of the script). To find out where the bash executeable is located on you system type "whereis bash" on the shell.

cheers.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: how

 
 by owdy on: Aug 7 2005
 
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whereis bash
bash: /bin/bash /etc/bash.bashrc /usr/share/man/man1/bash.1.gz


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by owdy on: Aug 7 2005
 
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CURR_DIR=$(sudo dirs -l);

to

CURR_DIR=$(pwd)

and it worked. Thanks.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by goldenboy on: Aug 8 2005
 
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Strange...

"dirs -l" is normally supposed to do the same as pwd. But I have no idea why your bash is not aware of this command.

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 dirs command

 
 by jetsaredim on: Oct 4 2005
 
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I think the problem with the dirs command is that its part of the environment and its not getting setup by the sudo command. If you just change the "sudo dirs -l" to just "dirs -l" it works. Actually, I don't know what the sudo is for in that case...


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 Thanks

 
 by simkin on: Nov 18 2005
 
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Thanks, goldenboy, now my gnome looks even prettier :)
Some suggestion:
1. IMHO, it'd be better to remove those sudo from the script (they will not work for everyone) and use a command like this:
su root -c "./crystalfox.sh"
2. In the tar.gz package you provide the directory is called crystalfox, but in the script it tries to work with /tmp/firefox. Please, unify this, (1) change the script to /tmp/crystalfox or (2) change the directory name to firefox. First options seems best, since second could lead someone to confusion.

Thanks for sharing!
Regards


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 Re: Thanks

 
 by bsdaemon on: Jan 12 2006
 
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>1. IMHO, it'd be better to remove those
> sudo from the script (they will not
> work for everyone) and use a command
> like this:
> su root -c "./crystalfox.sh"

That won't work for everyone either. Namely, it won't work for the author. He uses kubuntu, which disables the root account by default and relies on sudo for root access.

If it's for KDE users only, though, it would be better to use ksu (kubuntu configures this to use sudo and most other people configure it to use su).


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 Re: Re: Thanks

 
 by simkin on: Jan 13 2006
 
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Yes, you're right, I didn't know that about ubuntu :S
And definitively this is not for kde, It is for firefox. I use it and never installed kde or qt.
Well, if someone don't know what to do with this I assume s/he'll post here ;)
Regards.


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 good stuff

 
 by taisao on: Sep 16 2007
 
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thank you, custumizing everthing :-D


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