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Pimp up XFCE 4.10 in Fedora 17

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The default look of the XFCE desktop in Fedora 17, is a little boring, but this post, show how to pimp it up to look really great.

I started with a standard XFCE 4.8 Fedora installation and upgraded to XFCE 4.10.

Start the pimping

Install some new icons

sudo yum install faenza-icon-theme

Install a new theme

sudo yum install zukitwo-\*-theme

rest here




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