Linspire Clear for Debian
KDE 3.5+ Themes
Description:

download from

http://software.linspire.com/pool-src/los/los-linspireclear-style/los-linspireclear-style_1.11-0.0.0.50.linspire0.1.tar.gz

and i just create the *.deb


u will find the wallpaper in (search)

http://software.linspire.com/pool-src/los/

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thanx to striker for find the linspire icon (it is not under GPL)
http://software.linspire.com/pool-src/los/los-clear-e-icons/

Changelog:

11 years ago

more screenshots

screenshots with linspire icon

rebuild

new screenshots

11 years ago

angrykeyboarder

Is this gonig to slap another OS' logo all over my desktop? I run Kubuntu, not Linspire.

I love the theme, but the logos aren't necessary.

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11 years ago

terracotta

Can anyone make a 64 bit version for breezy? please?

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11 years ago

nuscly

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11 years ago

nuscly

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11 years ago

peekpt

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11 years ago

nuscly

This is the deb for 5.10 Breezy Badger

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11 years ago

m0ns00n

This deb doesn't work here: dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of los-linspireclear-style: los-linspireclear-style depends on kdelibs4 (>= 4:3.4.2); however: Package kdelibs4 is not installed. los-linspireclear-style depends on libqt3c102-mt (>= 3:3.3.3); however: Package libqt3c102-mt is not installed. dpkg: error processing los-linspireclear-style (--install): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Errors were encountered while processing: los-linspireclear-style I have breezt... Why did the KDE team ever make it this hard to install new styles...

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11 years ago

TimLinux

Is this a style or a windeco becaue for me I only get a new windeco.

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11 years ago

tom2301

hi! my problem is that only the windeco works. the style itself isnt visible in kcontrol

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11 years ago

salahuddin66

i have compile in kde 3.3 debian sarge.

it should work in it. u may be using upgraded version of kde

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11 years ago

tom2301

i'm using ubuntu kde 3.4. , but it should be fully compatible to debian/sarge.

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11 years ago

salahuddin66

i have heard that it is not working in ubuntu kde 3.4

at frist i have made the deb with distdir then with fakeroot there was a debian/control with it i made it (auto)

have a try with the source it may be work in u r os

thanx

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11 years ago

Shibu

I am a newbie to Linux. using Mandrake 10.1, I like this theme a lot. Please make an RPM for Mandrake 10.1
Thanks

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11 years ago

a13x

I tried the above method but I get this:
Alex debian # make -f /root/downloads/marlin_build_los-linspireclear-style-1/admin/Makefile.common
grep: Makefile.am: No such file or directory
*** Creating aclocal.m4
aclocal: `configure.ac' or `configure.in' is required
make: *** [cvs] Error 1
Alex debian #

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11 years ago

salahuddin66


juse go i in the marlin_build_los-linspireclear-style-1
folder then give u r command do not give it while in the admin

better do as usr then install as root
:)

make -f admin/Makefile.common



here is the example ? i have done



thanx to ykpaiha
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c: little how to
by ykpaiha on: 05/03/2005, 1:47




I am not the autor but as I had the same issue no kwin:
I download the .gz
then
apt-get install fakeroot
tar -xjf xxxxx.bz2
$ cd xxxxxx
$ fakeroot debian/rules binary
$ cd ..
$ sudo dpkg -i xxxxxxx.deb (or use kinaptic)
And it worked perfectly
[reply to this]

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11 years ago

FR1

Howdy!

I hope someone can help me: I want to use the theme on an OpenBSD machine (kde 3.2.3). Therefore I have donloaded the source pkg, but there is no configure file. I have tried a lot of different ways (autoconf, automake) to get it to work, but nothing works!
So how to I create the configure script?

Thnx a lot for any answer!

FR1

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11 years ago

Superstoned

look in the debian/rules file. there is a command, make -f admin/Makefile.common, that'll create the configure file. then you can just ./configure, make, make install.

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11 years ago

FXartist

If you get a chance it would be nice to include a packaged binary for RPM based distributions.

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11 years ago

salahuddin66

actually i have only debian
if i got change i will do it, after my exam

thanx

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11 years ago

ykpaiha

I am not the autor but as I had the same issue no kwin:
I download the .gz
then
apt-get install fakeroot
tar -xjf xxxxx.bz2
$ cd xxxxxx
$ fakeroot debian/rules binary
$ cd ..
$ sudo dpkg -i xxxxxxx.deb (or use kinaptic)
And it worked perfectly

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11 years ago

salahuddin66


i have rebuild it

anyway i was following the distdir and dpkg-build but i wanna know if there is no debian/ rules file then is there anyway to install it with fake root if yes just give me the link

thanx

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11 years ago

muhammad

is it the current Linspire theme?

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11 years ago

salahuddin66

may be ........

actually i am not fully sure :)

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11 years ago

turbored

Thanks for that URL, that was just what I needed in my Linux OS.

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11 years ago

DaBlade

I installed it but I can't see it in kcontrol. I don't know what I did wrong. I installed it with dpkg -i.
I'm using kubuntu horay.

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