I want to install a theme but, I need sudo! Im running Ubuntu 12.10 (Gnome 3). The theme in question is called "notxp theme". I don't have
sudo privilege on my machine. Is there a way to install the theme despite that fact?
To install themes system-wide, you would place them in
However, you can write files to your home directory. GTK themes can also be placed in
These folders may not exist, and even if they do, you almost certainly won't be able to see them by default. Open your home folder and press [Ctrl]+[H] to display dot files - files and folders which start with a dot - these are hidden files under Linux. Now you should see several dot files, including stuff like
Since you didn't specify the particular theme you're working with, I can't guide you on the exact structure they should be copied into the folder with. Feel free to edit your post, or look around in