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Installation
============

Note:
  Do not try to install it directly using the GNOME Theme Selector.
  Because the theme is based on an engine, the engine has to be
  compiled first.
  The theme can not be loaded as a KDE style.

Requirements
------------
  GTK+ of a version of least 1.2.0.
  It must be fully installed from either a source archive, a
  source package (such as an *.srpm) or a "gtk-devel-*.rpm".

  You need a C compiler.

  You should also be running a version of Unix or Linux with
  the X windowing system.


Installation
------------
  As of version 0.8, Xenophilia has a "configure" script
  which should handle the usual differences between Unices.

  It will usually work with the three simple commands:

    $ ./configure
    $ make
    $ make install

  You might need to be the "root" user to "make install".
  This should install both the theme engine, the fonts
  and the default theme.

  The script tries to find GTK+ in /usr/local, which is not the
  default location on all systems. You can override the default
  with the option "--with-gtk=DIR". For instance, Red Hat Linux
  installs GTK+ in /usr, in which case configure should be run as:

    $ ./configure --with-gtk=/usr

  or:
    
    $ ./configure --prefix=/usr


Uninstallation
--------------
  After having run "configure", the command for uninstalling
  the engine and the "Xenophilia" theme is:

    $ make uninstall

  You might want to do this before installation if you have an old
  version of Xenophilia installed.


Installation of Additional Themes
---------------------------------
  The "themes" subdirectory contains more themes.
  You can install either one of them separately with the commands:

    $ make -C themes install-thin		# for "Xeno Thin"
    $ make -C themes install-gradient		# for "Xeno Gradient"
    $ make -C themes install-buffed		# for "Xeno Buffed"
    $ make -C themes install-helix		# for "Xeno Helix"
    $ make -C themes install-perkele		# for "Xeno Perkele"

  Or you can install all themes with the command:

    $ make -C themes install-themes


Using the Themes
----------------
  After that has been installed, to actually use the theme engine you
  would have to tell GTK+ to load it when it starts up.

  If you are using GNOME, you could use GNOME's Theme Selector
  (a panel in the program "gnomecc" - the GNOME Control Center.)
  Otherwise you would have to do it manually. From the distribution
  directory, run:

    $ cp themes/Xenophilia/gtk/gtkrc ~/.gtkrc

  The next thing you will have to do (if nothing is wrong) would be
  to (re)start a GTK+ program and the theme engine will be used.