I'm trying to install mac4Lin on an openSUSE 11.3 system. Both KDE and gnome
are installed, GDM is used as desktop manager. (I have to admit that I'm used
to KDE, not to gnome...)
After adding some links:
ln -s /etc/gdm/custom.conf /etc/gdm/gdm.conf
..the installation went through so far.
Installing Mac4Lin Emerald Window Borders...
./Mac4Lin_Install_v1.0.sh: Zeile 58: '
...no idea if this missing ']' has any impact.
Please set the Mac4Lin GDM Theme manually by going to System > Admin > Login
Window > Local > Theme
...looks like this path is different in openSUSE. Can one point me to the
Thanks for your support...
I'm really sorry I'm not vey familiar with openSUSE. Unfortunately GDM
customization is no longer an option in the latest version of Fedora and
Ubuntu. Maybe it's been removed in SUSE too. I haven't updated the document
since quite sometime now.
Too bad, Mac4Lin looked like a nice GUI alternative!
You can still install the GUI. The only thing you may not be able to install
is the GDM login screen (which even Fedora and Ubuntu can't now). So, there is
nothing stopping you from installing Mac4Lin GTK and Icon themes and get the
Mac OS X GUI :)
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