0nyX Original

SLiM dark hidpi slim

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://gitlab.com/sixsixfive/slim-themes/-/tree/master/SLiM-themes/0nyX

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SLiM/mlogind theme in 96 and 192dpi
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lubokundev
Feb 07 2018
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SLiM Display Manager

SLiM Display Manager is a simple login manager which, because of its simplicity, makes it much faster than normal login managers that are loaded with lots of settings.

  • Extract and move the themes in the following path: /usr/share/slim/themes
  • edit /etc/slim.conf:
    find "current_theme" and change the name of the theme that is in use to the name of the theme you want to use. for example: "current_theme ChromeOS" or "current_theme ChromeOS-Material"