I've recently been required to migrate to Fedora 14 for work, but am not willing to give up the awesomeness of Ubuntu. As a result, I'm now dual-booting Fedora 14 and Ubuntu Maverick with a shared home directory.
Everything seems to work, but one glaring problem is the fact that the gtk theme configured for each OS seems to conflict. If I set the default system theme in Fedora, then it looks broken in Ubuntu. If I do the same in Ubuntu, it is broken in Fedora. I'm under the impression that it should be possible to have each OS use a separate theme, and the following tutorial confirms this, but doesn't mention how it is achieved:
As shown, I want to use Fedora's theme in Fedora, and Ubuntu's theme in Ubuntu. How can I have Fedora's and Ubuntu's respective themes co-exist peacefully?