Hello! I am an amateur Linux/OpenSuse user. I took a class on Fortran last semester that included teaching in OpenSuse. I was eager to learn more about this operating system and thus decided to partition my hard drive and begin using Linux at home. My question right now is where is the geeko/green lizard icon? I have opensuse 13.2 and KDE plasma downloaded. Is there any way to download some package that allows me to customize my desktop so I have the comforting green geeko as my icon for the “start” button instead of the K with a gear around it? I managed to find a website called kde-look.org and found a downloadable icon that looks roughly similar to the green lizard. I do not know what to do from here though? Help would be greatly appreciated.
Long story short:
running kde plasma on opensuse 13.2
want the green lizard icon back
how to get it back
unfortunately, you have reached the wrong forum for your question -
“SUSE Studio” is an actual product from SUSE.
And on top, this forum is on forums.suse.com, which is for the
discussion of the professional line of products from SUSE (i.e. SUSE
Linux Enterprise Server and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop), while you’re
using the free variant (OpenSUSE).
You’ll likely get more helpful responses at http://forums.opensuse.org
(no new registration required, just use the credentials you created to
log in here) and by selecting a matching forum (i.e.
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