ICEWM Themes:this is themes for ICEWM
If are you using, Ubuntu, Debian please try to install ICEWM
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install icewm
Install is just this one.
then ,, copy all of files of /usr/share/icewm into your home directly .icewm
directly of ICEWM on Ubuntu Mate, all of files copy into /home/usr-name/.icewm
and .icewm has themes holder so ICEWM.tar.gz 's files copy into "themes". then more than 100 themes you can use.
please try to use.would you if would like..
ICEWM has more than 100 themes of WindowManeger
You can install many themes and very easy.....and light weight
This wall parper FC22 Linux ICEWM ,but you can use any Linux and FreeBSD
ICEWM is very light weight window maneger for Linux and FreeBSD.themes is more than 300 and you can edit and make new one for
your desk top PC even Raspberry pi WarkStation.also need install Mate,KDE, Gnome for help your ICEWM.ICEWM is just presentation of
your PC. if Mate ,Gnome ,KDE are heavy to work,please try to install ICEWM .
How to use dd command on the other Linux terminal
first by the Linux terminal $ df -k
you can see /dev/mmcblk0p1 61079968 32 61079936 1% /run/media/user-name
last line...so micro SD mount name is /dev/mmcblk0p1
then $ cd
$ mkdir debian
so you can get "debian"holder on home directly then if image name is debian.img
inside of "debian directly" make down load files(img)etc
sudo or su change status
# cd debian
# dd bs=4M if=debian.img of=/dev/mmcblk0p1
then other Linux terminal ,,,other one of terminal use,,make
# pkill -USR1 -n -x dd
then you can see next please enter key from other terminal mate-terminal etc.
# pkill -USR1 -n -x dd
# 6547308544 バイト (6.5 GB) 742.105 /s、 8.8 MB/s
if finished made images please make # sync for unmont Sd card.
basically use 2 terminal for command line and for make images(img)for raspberry pi,
please try to use dd command ,,off course need micro sd is format by ex4 or fat32
if are you using Linux workstation please install "gparted" for change "partation" of disc.does not need how to use # fdisk
Linux .not difficult use fdisk from terminal. even Pine64 has #resize_rootfs.sh for does not need fdisk and gparted.
automatically can use max capacity of micro SD.actually "$ sudo /usr/local/sbin/resize_rootfs " is correct.
# fdisk -l /dev/mmcblk0
can see inside of micro SD....so you can see /dev/mmcblk0p1 2048 122191871 122189824 58.3G b W95 FAT32