Make OpenSUSE 11.2 look like Mac OS X.

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  1. iPhondTouch3G

    iPhondTouch3G Banned

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    Can i do this? And if so, how? I am a noob so i need details on how to install stuff. Im using KDE, so the gnome method wont work.
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    iPwn Community Development Staff Member

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    Hey now that I think of it, I want to do this too! Anyone know how?
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    Why don't you just get Ubuntu..
    And honestly, why would you want it to look like os x but run nothing like it?
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    iPwn Community Development Staff Member

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    i honestly hate Ubuntu. I had it for 30 minutes before trashing it. Its much harder to install than OpenSUSE. The Wi-Fi never worked for me and neither did my graphics (950GMA). I also hate the interface. Everything is in a weird place. For me, (just my opinion), OpenSUSE works perfectly as son as you install it and the interface is much better and it is easier to use.
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    That's understandable. I had some problems getting my wifi to work also, but after a while I got it working. It's a great OS if you just take the time to get used to it.

    Anyway, my question still remains; why would you want it to look like a Mac if it won't function like one?
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    Maybe because it looks prettier than Linux?

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    I never had much trouble with my wifi though. :\
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    That's true I guess. But there's things out there that can make Linux look just as good as Mac, and still keep the Linux part of it. Mehh, I don't really know where I'm going with this. Hah, never mind.

    I just had to install the driver, now it's up and working perfect.
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    It worked as soon as I installed Ubuntu. I don't know what I did to it though. My wifi will no longer turn on. Probably something wrong with my driver.
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    Hm..what version are you running?
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    Ik, I tried Terminal solutions for hours by googling things and running driver packages but they never worked.

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