Customize Linux Mint 20.2

  1 year ago

>I want to share a simple way to customize Linux Mint in an elegant way, simply installing only 2 applications on the desktop.
>First of all we will install in a light Dock called "Docky"

>mkdir -p ~/Downloads/docky
cd ~/Downloads/docky

wget >
wget >
wget >
wget >
wget >

sudo apt-get install ./*.deb

wget > sudo apt-get install ./docky_2.2.1.1-1_all.deb

>The second step would be to install a weather widget called "My weather Indicator"

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:atareao/atareao
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install my-weather-indicator

>Then to finish we have to choose a nice wallpaper that comes predetermined, dont need to install any app.
>The result would be something like this:



>  >  >I made a more detailed video tutorial on Youtube: Tutorial Youtube >

richolate 1 year ago


kanehekili 1 year ago

I like that desklet - but I'm using cairo-dock. So your approach is honorable, but it forces you to change the dock.... It reminds me of my old HTC-Desire - best phone I've ever had ;-)