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The package is e16 not enlightenment. It is available in the universe repository. $ apt-cache show e16 Package: e16 Priority: optional Section: universe/x11 Installed-Size: 928 Maintainer: Ubuntu MOTU Developers <ubuntu-motu@lists.ubuntu.com> Original-Maintainer: Laurence J. Lane <ljlane@debian.org> Architecture: i386 Version: 0.16.8.15-1 ...


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This is the PPA of the team packaging it for ubuntu . Once you add the PPA to the repositories, you can then use synaptics to install it. As of today, the repo is updated with packages for Jaunty. I did not try it myself, but it could work for karmic esily. EDIT: ~quack in the comments suggests to rebuild packages for Karmic from PPA sources... that seems ...


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I don't know of amy way of having an OSX style menu bar. For the dock, the most OSX-like ones I know are: cairo-dock (screenshots from the cairo-dock webpage): awn (screenshots randomly selected from google images, taken from here and here) : These are my two personal favorites but there are quite a few others out there. See, for example, here. ...


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If you are really looking to put the top global menubar like the mac, you'll need to find the appmenu-gtk, appmenu-gtk3 and appmenu-qt packages (likelly in AUR) and also get yourself the appmenu applet for whichever panel you prefer between the gnome3, kde, xfce or mate panel component (you probably find those in AUR as well). Then you need to run the panel ...


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e16 should use the default directory of ~/.e16. Why it doesn't, I don't know. However, you may be interested in trying: ln -s .enlightenment .e16 to see if that works. Sorry about killing the badge, if you haven't gotten it already, but I just had this sick, disgusting urge to answer your question :-)


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Having had issues trying to install e16 on Ubuntu 12.10, I thought I'd throw in an answer here rather than ask/answer my own for future reference. Note: This is specifically for getting e16 instead of e17, the latter of which is in main. Lucid appears to be the last ubuntu repository that contains e16, having been replaced by e17 as of Oneiric, as can been ...


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I'm assuming you want e17 as it is the newest and most feature-packed version. There is a good walk-through here: http://www.ubuntugeek.com/howto-install-e17-enlightenment-desktop-in-ubuntu.html It is not for Karmic, but all the steps work. I'm running 10.04 pre-alpha and this worked on my system just fine. If you don't like that version, use the easy_e17 ...



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