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Pinux's Tux Cursors Theme

   0.3  

X11 Mouse Theme

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Pinux's Tux Cursors Theme
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Pinux's Tux Cursors Theme
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  75966
Submitted:  Jan 7 2005
Updated:  Jan 12 2005

Description:

Pinux's Tux Cursors Theme created by Marko Sosic
Build.sh script with some modification used from moshi's Grounation cursors.

0.3:
* Added cursors theme
pSuse
pSlackware (Thanks to Ra1n)

0.2.1:
* Link cursor modificated

0.2:
* Added cursors theme:
pDebian
pUbuntu
* Xterm cursor modificated.

0.1:
* Initial release.
* Cursors theme:
pTux
pGentoo
pCircle.

All the versions are in two sizes 24x24 and 32x32.

The following cursor themes are available in the “cursors�? folder:
pTux-24
pTux-32
pGentoo-24
pGentoo-32
pCircle-24
pCircle-32
pDebian-24
pDebian-32
pUbuntu-24
pUbuntu-32
pSuse-24
pSuse-32
pSlackware-24
pSlackware-32

If someone wants to do a different distro icon theme with my default cursors it will be nice to put every distro version in the same package, so please if your distro doesn't have a version already done and you want to contribute send me your work with all the sources!

Specification:
-all the files that you will need are in the "misc" folder.

Thanks for your contribution!




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 uhm

 
 by scottk88 on: Aug 3 2005
 
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uhm....now im not trying to complain or anything, but how exactly do you go about installing these?
kde's control center doesnt recognize it as a 'valid cursor theme archive' and that leaves me with extracting it....

IT'd BE NICE IF YOU PUT SOME SORT OF DIRECTION IN THE PACKAGE?!

any help would be appreciated....


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 Install woes

 
 by devoured on: Aug 4 2005
 
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I second that. I still haven't gotten these installed.


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 Re: Install woes

 
 by l3v3nt3 on: Aug 5 2005
 
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Guys, really, try to be a bit resourceful. Just go into the archive or extract the whole thing (bunzip2, tar -xvf), go into the "cursors" subfolder, select the cursor's directory you want (e.g. pDebian-32) and copy the whole subdir into your ~/.icons directory. Then start the kde control center, go into Peripherals->Mouse->Cursor Theme, select and Apply.

It's really no rocket science.


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 Re: Re: Install woes

 
 by steamingbiscuit on: Aug 7 2005
 
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I must admit that I am finding the same problem. But I am VERY new to linux. Any additional instructions on this issue would be greatly appreciated.


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 Apostrophe

 
 by fischer on: Aug 16 2005
 
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Hello, could you please remove the apostrophe from the filenames (in the next release)? Apostrophes make handling these files with scripts unneccessary difficult.


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 Not working here

 
 by sandpaperback on: Aug 25 2005
 
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I used this theme with the Slax liveCD, but can't get it to install on my desktop. L3v3nt3, it isn't a matter of where the cursors are, it's that KDE always gives an error that it's not a valid cursor theme archive.

Any step-by-step instruction would be appreciated.


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 Re: Not working here

 
 by sandpaperback on: Aug 25 2005
 
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Bah...finally found the extremely simple answer on the Ubuntu forums:

unzip the package, go into the cursors directory, copy the directories you want to the ~/.icons folder. They will then appear in the KDE Control Center. No need to install, they just can't be in the .icons/cursors/eachtheme directory.

Now I'm a happy guy!


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 Work with KDE

 
 by Jeremy on: Aug 29 2005
 
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KDE has an easy to use graphical dialogue that makes it easy for anyone to install X11 mouse themes... It might not be that hard to install these manually but thats not the point. How about working with the KDE team and the efforts they have made to make the desktop more friendly instead of against it ?


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 Installing via Gnome

 
 by tri5tian on: Sep 4 2005
 
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The proper way to install a cursor theme via gnome is:

Step 1 - Extract the cursor theme to ~/.icons

Step 2 - open up gconf and goto desktop/gnome/periferals/mouse and then edit cursor_theme to the one in ~/.icons

It has to be the same name as the theme folder in ~/.icons


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