Arrongin is a nice theme for painting your Linux system. It’s a slight variation of the material theme. Material themes are one of the bests till date but running the same looking themes over and over again may become boring and not appealing. Today, let’s go out of the box and enjoy this awesome, material-based theme.

Arrogin is also a must for you if you enjoy all those “flat” themes. There are also a number of other themes for adding to your collection – Papirus, Evopop and Arc etc.

Dependencies

If you want to install Arrogin, you have to have the following dependencies installed beforehand –

  • “gtk-murrine-engine” or “gtk2-murrine-engine”
  • Other GTK2 related engines – “gtk2-engines” or “gtk2-engines-pixbuf”

Depending on your Linux distro, these packages can be available elsewhere. For the most popular ones, run the following command for successfully installing them.

Downloading Arrogin

Run the following commands for successfully downloading the theme –

Installing Arrogin

Extract the Arrogin archive –

Move the wallpapers to “~/Pictures” –

Install the theme –

Enabling Arrogin

After everything is in place, it’s time to enable the theme. There are different methods for enabling the theme for different desktop environments. However, most of them should have “theme” or “appearance” or other related words. Just search in the launcher with these keywords.

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