Make Ubuntu Look Like Fedora :Nodoka Theme

Upgraded nodoka engine to fedore core 9’s and added echo-icon-set from git .

  1. Install build-essential and libgtk2.0-dev packages:
    sudo apt-get install build-essential libgtk2.0-dev
  2. Download Nodoka GTK+ engine 0.6 from here
  3. dpkg -i gtk-nodoka-engine_0.6-1_i386.deb Install theme
  4. Get Nodoka theme 0.3.90 from here. Then execute command in terminal:
    tar zxvf nodoka-theme-gnome-0.3.90.tar.gz
  5. copy the Nodoka folder to themes folder:

    cd nodoka-theme-gnome-0.3.90/

    sudo cp -r Nodoka/ /usr/share/themes/
  6. Grab the echo icon set & install it
    tar zxvf echoicons.tar.gz
    sudo cp -R Echo /usr/share/icons/

    Use theme

    Click System → Preferences → Theme menu command. In Theme Preferences dialog, choose Nodoka item. Also click on the customize tab then click on icons and select “Echo”

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5 Responses to “Make Ubuntu Look Like Fedora :Nodoka Theme”

  1. copper Says:

    where to save the gtk-nodoka-engine_0.6-1_i386.deb, when i try the srd step it shows no file or dir found.
    i have chosen to save the file while help

  2. copper Says:

    i am using 8.04, i am sorry i forgot to tell you the version.


  3. Puneet11 Says:

    u just download the deb package on desktop and then open terminal write : – dpkg -i and drag and drop the downloaded folder after the command and hit enter. or you can duble click the dep packages for it’s installations.


  4. andif Says:

    nice info,
    i will try it

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