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RABBIT-THEME-MANAGER(1) 				       rabbit-theme-manager					   RABBIT-THEME-MANAGER(1)

rabbit-theme-manager - Theme browser for Rabbit SYNOPSIS
rabbit-theme-manager [options] [COMMAND] DESCRIPTION
[COMMAND] is one of them: [generate, browse] (generate) -I, --include [PATH] Add [PATH] to load path. --startup-theme [THEME] Show [THEME] when startup. () -w, --width [WIDTH] Set window width to [WIDTH]. (600) -h, --height [HEIGHT] Set window height to [HEIGHT]. (400) -S, --size [WIDTH],[HEIGHT] Set window width and height to [WIDTH] and [HEIGHT]. (600,400) --theme-doc-dir [DIR] Specify theme document directory as [DIR]. --locales [LOC1,LOC2,...] Specify target locales as [LOC1,LOC2,...]. ([en, ja, fr]) Common options --locale-dir=DIR Specify locale dir as [DIR]. (auto) --logger-type=TYPE Specify logger type as [TYPE]. Select from [stderr, gui]. (STDERR) --log-level=LEVEL Specify log level as [LEVEL]. Select from [debug, info, warning, error, fatal, unknown]. (info) --help Show this message. --version Show version. rabbit-theme-manager 1.0.7 June 2012 RABBIT-THEME-MANAGER(1)

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PLYMOUTH-SET-DEFAU(1)						   User Commands					     PLYMOUTH-SET-DEFAU(1)

plymouth-set-default-theme - Set the plymouth theme SYNOPSIS
plymouth-set-default-theme [OPTION...] [THEME] DESCRIPTION
When called with a THEME argument, the plymouth-set-default-theme command changes the preferred boot theme and also performs the necessary regeneration of the initial ramdisk (initrd) since plymouth is loaded from the boot loader from the initrd prior to the mounting of the root filesystem. If plymouth-set-default-theme is invoked with no options or parameters, it shows the currently selected theme by default. This output is used by the helper scripts plymouth-generate-initrd and plymouth-update-initrd to set the proper theme in the initial ramdisk. OPTIONS
The following options are understood: -h, --help Show summary of options. -l, --list List available themes. -r, --reset Reset to default theme. -R, --rebuild-initrd Rebuild initrd (necessary after changing theme). SEE ALSO
grub(8), plymouth(8), plymouthd(8), plymouth(1), plymouth PLYMOUTH-SET-DEFAU(1)
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