@n0bdy said in USB Live Distro:
just not sure how to command line all the theming settings.
To do that, dimply install dconf-editor. From there, find the theme settings inside of that. once done, just copy it’s path and put an “=” sign next to your desired theme. Here’s an example for changing a theme in Gnome:
So the path to that is org/gnome/desktop/interface inside dconf-editor.Within "interface, there should be an option titled gtk-theme and that = ‘Numix-Frost-Light’ for Antergos by default. So basically, just find the setting, put it in brackets, and then underneath put the exact setting =‘what_ever_you_want’
For the background image, it is this by default:
So to change it, just replace usr/share/antergos/wallpapers/antergos-wallpaper.png with the path to your image.
Hope this all helps!