FABA – Best Icon Theme for Linux Desktop’s
Faba is part of MOKA Project. It was designed with simplicity and compliance to icon standards in mind. Its purpose is to serve as a base icon theme to other themes (such as Moka). As such, Faba is only comprised of minimal set of icons for the system, select apps, folders, mime types, toolbars, etc. To extend Faba, there is also a monochrome icon theme for paneled desktop environments.
1) Install Faba Icon Theme on Linux Desktop
Manually we can install the Faba Icon Theme to all the Linux Desktop by downloading Faba Icon Theme from developer github page and extract to
$ cd /usr/share/icons $ sudo wget https://github.com/moka-project/faba-icon-theme/archive/v4.1.2.tar.gz $ sudo tar -xzvf v4.1.2.tar.gz $ sudo rm -Rf v4.1.2.tar.gz $ cd faba-icon-theme-4.1.2 $ mv Faba /usr/share/icons
2) Install Faba Icon Theme via PPA
Install Faba Icon Theme to Ubuntu, 16.04, 15.10, 15.04, 14.10, 14.04 & Mint 18, 17.3, 17.2, 17.1
[Install Faba Icon Theme] $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:moka/daily $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install faba-icon-theme faba-mono-icons
You can easily change the theme/icons by navigating Unity Tweak Tool >>
Themes or Icon Tab and choose your preferred themes & icon to enable it. Alternatively you can enable by navigating Gnome-tweak-tool.
2) Faba Icon Theme Screenshot Tour