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I have cryptkeeper on 12.04 working but I don't like the icon. I want to change it to a monochrome icon but I cannot find the icon location anywhere?

I looked in the /pixmaps folder and the /icon folder and it's not there.

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The icon should really be there as the package cryptkeeper contains two icon files.


May I suggest you to create your own modified version of the package? Modifying files on your system belonging to packages managed by your package management is not a good idea generally.

Re-building packages and doing your changes is not too hard when it is just concerning some file replacement. Very short how-to: apt-get source packagename, cd packagename..., do your changes, modify the debian/changelog file using dch, debuild -uc -us, dpkg -i ....

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