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This right here is an easy fix. All you have to do is go to the software center and install Ubuntu tweak. Open that up and go to "Tweaks" Go to "Theme" In there, change the Gtk theme to whatever you like. That should fix it up no problem
If all you have is a command line, run the command: tasksel and select your desktop environment from there. I would suggest a minimal xfce interface if you don't need all the bells and whistles of UbuntuStudio (xfce is the desktop used). For an even more minimal desktop you can install xfce4 using apt-get like so: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...
Configuring an interface: sudo ip link set dev eth0 down sudo dhclient eth0 This will bring eth0 up using DHCP. Install your choice of a desktop: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop reboot
Have you tryed use software-center and install tweak tool, and you run tweak tool and set the window and icons to something else, and it should look better then grey, and you should install gnome system settings, and there you can also set settings, and it might work fine this way.
There might be many reasons for this problem, but it can typically be fixed by re-configuring your themes. You can start by tweaking the theme in unity-control-center and making sure it is set to Ambience. If it is, try switching the theme to a different one and back. You can also try reinstalling the themes as suggested in this answer: ...
You can have a theme misconfiguration. Try this: Go to the gear cog that is on the top-right corner on the screen. Select System Settings from the menu. On the system settings, click on Appearance In the bottom-right of this window, you have a theme selector. If Ambiance is selected, select another theme. You may need to wait a few seconds until the new ...
You're probably looking for Anjuta. It's an IDE with Glade built in.
sudo apt-get install gnome-system-tools How to manage users and groups?
If your intention is to return to a pure Ubuntu set-up, then the best way is to uninstall all of the Lubuntu applications. Psycho cat's blog has a how to command for each version. For versions 12.04 and before http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/pureubuntu For versions after 12.04 http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntucat/tag/pure-ubuntu/ Since you did not mention ...
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