Install Mac OS X Lion theme on Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin/Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal/Linux Mint 13/12

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In this video you will see how to install Mac OS X Lion Theme on Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin/Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal/Linux Mint 13/12 and make your linux look like MAC Lion.


  1. I've seen your videos and you screen size is the same as mine. so how does this video fit your screen without the bars?? because this is wider than the standard widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio. I said the aspect ratio was weird because it's not the standard 4:3, 16:9 or 2.35.1.

  2. There is another impitus at play here though: It is demystifying the (alleged) aesthetic qualities associated with Macs. When they see that everything don on mac can be easily reproduced using Linux they than realize what their mac really is: A ripoff.

    I predict that Mac will someday go out of business and it will have been in no less part of the Linux community and their deconstruction of Apple's formula.

    PS: I never use the apple logo, I am PROUD to show it off as Ubuntu to drive the point.

  3. I am sure you can make it look much better, he was just demonstrating how to install it I think.

    It was just unfinished that's all. The cursor theme and the buttons can be fixed easy.

  4. "Tutorial on how to be like everyone else and follow the hype"
    Ubuntu now looks 10x better than Mac OS ever did, so why would you even want that if not for the apple huge marketing?
    It's good to know I have the option for my gf though, thanks

  5. go to
    see the latest topic of Mac OS X lion theme which is for Ubuntu 12.04.
    Follow commands there.
    If you face any problem comment on site, because youtube doesn't allow me html links and coding.

  6. total begginer here so hopefully a simple answer.. whe installing components i get the following for icons, cursors etc ,,, E: Unable to locate package mac-os-lion-cursors.. help please

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