Baghira SuSE 9.x RPM
KDE 3.5 Themes
Score 64%
Description:

Baghira was created by thomas12777
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=8692

Please direct any questions, bug reports or requests to the original author.

AND PLEASE UNINSTALL FIRST ALL BAGHIRA PACKAGES!!!

Don't ask me for my icon theme,
I can't upload it because apple has
an copyright on it!

Includes:

Baghira icons by timur
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=13271
Copyright � 2004, TKdesign-studio.com - All rights reserverd

You need KDE 3.2.x with QT 3.3.1 as minimum.
And don't try to install the package with: "rpm -i --nodeps"!

If you work on SuSE 9.x with KDE 3.2.x and QT 3.3.1 it is
enough to install the package with: "rpm -i --force"!

If you don't have the choice in your controlcenter to use baghira, update your QT librarys!

Please run the program "Baghira Brushed Switch" from your KDE menu if you want switch to brushed style.

Download link now points to sf.net, rpms for several versions are available, including source rpms!
Last changelog:

14 years ago

New Description!!!

PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU ASK!

geek-in-training

11 years ago

Dude, cool wallpaper. Where can I get it? Thnx.

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RaKris

11 years ago

Hey I installed Baghira on my suse 9.2 kde 3.3.. It was in style section.. But when i applied it everything went fine, but it wasn't showing blue scroll bar, blue buttons..INstaed everything was white.. Please tell me how to fix this prob.. PLeaseeeeeeee,, anyone?...
plz

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flamingyak

12 years ago

I'm asuming you took the screenshots, so where could I find the wallpaper in the fist shot? It's beatiful!

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RedneckLady

12 years ago

I had no problems installing the package with Yast, but that was it, I can't find it and I don't know where to look for it to add it to the "design" list in the KDE Manager. The QT Libs are installed correctly... What can I do?

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zunazet

12 years ago

Look in the "Control Center"
Under "Appearance and Themes".
Click on "Style"( Not Theme Manager ).
Then choose Baghira from the "Widget Style" list box.
Also under "Window Decorations" choose Baghira as the window decoration.
Then click the "Buttons" tab and read the instructins to get the close maximize and minimize buttons to show.
Smiles For Miles :)

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RedneckLady

12 years ago

Yes, it finally worked after I deinstalled it and run the installation again. But after activating the features Thunderbird and Sundbird crashed due to a destroyed gtk file (or similar). So I had to go back to my original design :-(

Anyway, thanks for answering...

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mattv

12 years ago

After the rpm starts in Yast, it checks the dependencies, and after that nothing happens! whats that all about?

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pixelelement

12 years ago

I am on Suse 9.3. I started Baghira and see the paw in my tray. I can switch it to on (blue) but nothing happens. How does it activate? I do not see it in control center under themes and al qt libraries are installed.

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cypherpunk

12 years ago

Hi, just wanted to let you know i love this theme :) and that's it's so great it's rpm-ed :p. Keep up the good work!

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matchor

12 years ago

I downloaded this RPM and i installed this theme ... but I haven;t bars on top and bottom desctop like on this preview : http://www.kde-look.org/content/preview.php?preview=3&id=8953&file1=8953-1.jpg&file2=8953-3.jpg&file3=8953-3.jpg&name=Baghira+SuSE+9.x+RPM

how do it ? Please help me but step by step becouse i newbie in suse :]

sorry 4 my tragic english :|

please HELP ME i wont theme like it ... (and icons too ) :|

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mrbig

12 years ago

works perfect and i have the same suse/kde (9.1/3.3.2 "level a")
which wallpaper did you use for the first screenshot ??

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nashimas

12 years ago

For some reason Baghira 6b crashes YAST on the style menu (Appearance and Themes), I'm using Suse 9.1 pro with KDE 3.3.2 (Level "a" whatever that is?!?!?).

Does anyone else have this issue?

(Yes I did remove 6a before installing 6b :)

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Massive

12 years ago

Take the new version, and please read
sometimes the original Baghira content
from thomas.

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nashimas

12 years ago

Great, thanks Massive, just applied the updated rpm and all is good again :)

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ristosuse

12 years ago

Is it posible to remove the brushed effect?

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ggore

12 years ago

You say I should remove any old versions of Baghira before installing this one, but on SUSE 9.2 Baghira is pre-installed, and listed as "Locked, do not remove" in YAST.
What do I do?

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Massive

12 years ago

That is normal. Just double click on it and you will see that the icon looks like a trashcan.

That's all.

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speeddddygonzales

12 years ago

I like this Themes in an Apple Style...

It works on SuSE Linux 9.1 with KDE 3.3.2
And you can install it with Yast.

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psychonaut

13 years ago

I just downloaded the RPM baghira-0.5h-1.SuSE.i586.rpm and it doesn't seem to be a standard RPM; no user-readable info is provided on the package:% less baghira-0.5h-1.SuSE.i586.rpm
=============================== Information ====================================
================================= Content ======================================
I'm sorry, but there's no way I'm installing an RPM if I don't know what files it's going to install and where. How do I know it's not going to overwrite something important?I'll try to find a tarball if you provide one, but in the meantime you may want to consider creating a proper RPM.

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18volt

13 years ago

The rpm is fine, if you want a tarball go to the official release

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srwatters

13 years ago

Love this theme.

I'm using SUSE 9.1 and have a problem running any of the OO 1.1.1 apps. They all crash before displaying the entire application. If I switch back to any other widgit, they run fine. Any pointers? I've tried different options on most of the style pages, but can't find the one that makes OO happy.

Thanks!

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dlex

13 years ago

same here! OO crashes.

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thomas12777

13 years ago

from baghira.sf.net/bugs
=============================
However, I am using a SuSE 9.1 and discovered this:

apparently, the 'appropriate' script to start open office is
(example of the spreadsheet) /usr/X11R6/bin/OOo-calc. I
read the script and found that it actually
invokes /opt/OpenOffice.org/program/scalc, after of course
doing lots of checks and setting a bunch of variables.

I tried to invoke /opt/OpenOffice.org/program/scalc directly
(without dcop) and it worked...

Don't misunderstand me: without baghira (which by the way
is a great piece of work!) both scripts work, and with baghira
only the 'unwrapped' one works.
================================
and
================================
A workaround that works for me on SuSE 9.1:

use the option: --widgets-set default

For instance, to invoke the word processor:

OOo-writer --widgets-set default

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peerhartleben

12 years ago

Thank you. Your last workarround (OOo-xxx --widged-set default) works on SuSE 9.2 too.

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anirban

13 years ago

Hi

I generally use SuSe 9.1 on a P4 machine , but I bought a Laptop with AMD 64 Athlon & installed SuSe 9.1 64 bit. But when I try to compile baghira , ./configure give me error qt-mt not found.

Now if I specify the --with-qt-libaries=/usr/lib64/qt3/lib64 then configure run successfully but make fails saying that libtool can not find libart_lgpl_2.la is not found in /usr/lib

though the same file is in /usr/lib64. I made a syslink of that lib to /usr/lib but then libtool can not find another lib similarly.

Inface I am not able to compile any QT/KDE apps on my laptop

Any body has any solution to this.

TIA

Anirban Biswas

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14 years ago

New Description!!!

PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU ASK!

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