Xenlism is a new icon pack we offer you to customize your Ubuntu. It is true that in Ubunlog we have spent a season focusing on many aspects of customizing the operating system, but it is also true that one of the main attractions of Ubuntu in particular – and Linux in general – is the number of customization options from here.
Xenlism is just a myriad of icon packs availableBut this is one of the most elegant and colorful. Its design is frankly accomplished, and is part of a graphic project that wants to take a step forward in terms of quality, all without losing minimalism and realism.
Xenlism is specially designed for Unix desktops and has been released under the Creative Commons license. Its creators have been inspired by icons from the Meego and iOS mobile operating systems, and it is compatible with most Linux desktops. These include Unity, KDE, GNOME, XFCE, Cinnamon, MAT and many more.
Xenlism comes in 4 different variants, But the only difference between them are the panel icons and their respective versions dark i light. To use these icons you will need to use tools such as Unity Tweak Tool, the GNOME Tweak Tool or Ubuntu Tweak.
How to install Xenlism package
per install the Xenlism icon pack all you have to do is open a terminal and enter the following commands:
echo "deb http://repo-xen.rhcloud.com deb/" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install xenlism-wildfire-icon-theme xenlism-artwork-wallpapers
With these lines it should be enough to have Xenlism installed on your Ubuntu, and from there you could already enjoy the package to give your desktop the look you want. If you dare to try the icon pack do not hesitate to come and leave us a comment with your opinion, what do you think and how do they look on your computer.