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We have already posted some time ago about Nice Ubuntu themes for karmic Users and this is updated for Lucid Lynx users now.

Install bisigi themes in Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid)

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bisigi

sudo aptitude update

sudo aptitude install bisigi-themes

or click on apt://bisigi-themes

If you want to install each theme separately use the following commands

AquaDreams:                      sudo aptitude install aquadreams-theme
Ubuntu Sunrise:                  sudo aptitude install  ubuntu-sunrise-theme
Bamboo-Zen:                      sudo aptitude install bamboo-zen-theme
Step into Freedom:               sudo aptitude install step-into-freedom-theme
Tropical:                        sudo aptitude install tropical-theme
Exotic:                          sudo aptitude install exotic-theme
Balanzan:                        sudo aptitude install balanzan-theme
Wild Shine:                      sudo aptitude install wild-shine-theme
Infinity:                        sudo aptitude install infinity-theme
Showtime:                        sudo aptitude install showtime-theme
Orange:                          sudo aptitude install orange-theme
Ellanna:                         sudo aptitude install ellanna-theme
AirLines:                        sudo aptitude install airlines-theme

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Balanzan

balanzan_pres

Infinity

infinity-pres

Wild shine

wild-pres

Exotic

exotic

Tropical

tropical-prsentation

Bamboo Zen

bamboo-prs

Ubuntu sunrise

ubuntu_presentation

Aqua Dreams

expose

Step into Freedom

Orange

Ellanna

AirLines

Remove Bisigi themes

Open the terminal and run the following command

sudo aptitude remove bisigi-themes

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65 Comments to “Nice themes for ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) users”

  1. ghost says:

    Thank

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  2. S says:

    Wow, no effort install and great themes. Great!

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  3. N says:

    Thank you so much. I was so bored by the default look…. themes are cool.

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  4. Devail says:

    thanks a lot :)

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  5. yasar says:

    says couldn’t find any package what can i do

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  6. cf says:

    yasar- try apt://bisigi-themes

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  7. arief says:

    how to change plymouth with this theme?

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  8. KC says:

    This no longer works, says it doesnt exist. Thats a shame, it came with a human theme that actually worked.

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  9. KC says:

    Sorry i was wrong, aptitude doesnt come on Maverik. Works fine :)

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  10. MLTM says:

    Can somebody tell me how I can launch one of these themes once it is installed?
    Thanks in advance

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  11. Chris says:

    MLTM: At the top: System/Preferences/Appearance
    Enjoy!

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  12. Dayat says:

    thanks for the themes

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  13. boubalos says:

    I like the bamboo theme.

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  14. Pepe says:

    Fantasticos muchas gracias

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  15. udara says:

    Theme is installed, but login screen is not changed.I am using ubuntu 10.10

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  16. mark says:

    Theme is installed, but login screen is not changed.I am using kubuntu 10.04

    What can i do?

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  17. shahmeraz says:

    I have installed the sunrise theme, but the login logo doesn’t change and how do I activate the mac looking bar at the bottom as the sunrise theme picture shows?

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  18. poodlepatrol says:

    shahmeraz- I can answer half your question.
    The mac bar is an add-on. A simple one is called Docky. It’s in repository, and also at http://wiki.go-docky.com/index.php?title=Welcome_to_the_Docky_wiki
    Not positive on the splash logo, but I’d imagine it’s manageable through: System/Preferences/Appearance
    (NOTE: mark- this may solve your issue as well, though I am not fully familiar with the Kubuntu flavor.)
    Good luck with sunrise!

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  19. Gil Cara says:

    Nice One!

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  20. pawan says:

    hey!
    i have installed themes,but they didn’t show up in appearance…
    Help!!1

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  21. LordFury says:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1518827…users of ubuntu 10.4 use the following link to solve your problem of login screen

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  22. bApTize says:

    same issue as pawan above, i added the apt to software sources and installed the themes but they wouldn’t show up in appearances!!

    anyone?
    Thanks,
    I’m using ubunut 10.04 LTS 64 bit.

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  23. Bruno says:

    Amazing!!

    thanks bro.

    Bruno.

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  24. Sonal says:

    Hi,

    I am also facing similar issue like Pawan & bApTize. After installation the themes do not show up in appearances. Someone please help to resolve this.

    Thanks,
    Sonal

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  25. bApTize says:

    @Sonal,
    For some reason when i tried the second time it worked! don’t know how but it showed. So remove and re-install then see if it shows up.

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  26. Sonal says:

    @bApTize,

    I faced the same situation here…somehow now it is working for me too :-) Thanks for the reply.

    Sonal

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  27. bApTize says:

    @Sonal
    Glad it worked, i hate the default ubuntu theme and those above themes are gorgeous. Hey check out screenlet they’re pretty awesome too :-)

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  28. denish says:

    coooooooooool .. thnkx

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  29. Ubuntu N00b says:

    Neither the apt link nor the commands worked for me :( what did i do wrong?

    i have ubuntu 10.04 x64, imho it has to work, but the softwarecenter tells me, that it doesnt find the source…

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