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Darkmatter theme for LuCI (LEDE/OpenWRT)

Darkmatter is an alternative HTML5 theme for LuCI that has evolved from luci-theme-bootstrap & luci-theme-material, in an attempt to bring a more concise, clean and visually pleasing UX to LEDE/OpenWRT.

Issues & Updates

Found a bug? Please create an issue on GitHub: https://github.com/apollo-ng/luci-theme-darkmatter/issues

Further tests and PR's are welcome and appreciated.

Installation

In time, darkmatter may be included upstream by the LEDE/OpenWRT crowd, to have it always available, for now, please select an installation method most suited for your case to get it:

Adding Darkmatter to your running LEDE/OpenWRT as ipk package

via LuCI

via shell

$ cd /tmp
$ wget https://apollo.open-resource.org/downloads/luci-theme-darkmatter_0.2-beta-2_all.ipk
$ opkg install luci-theme-darkmatter_0.2-beta-2_all.ipk

Adding Darkmatter to your own LEDE/OpenWRT Build

Edit your feeds.conf and add the following to it:

# luci-theme-darkmatter
src-git darkmatter git://github.com/apollo-ng/luci-theme-darkmatter.git

Update your build environment and install the package:

$ scripts/feeds update darkmatter
$ scripts/feeds install luci-theme-darkmatter
$ make menuconfig

Go to LuCI -> Themes, select luci-theme-darkmatter, exit, save and build as usual.

Enable the Theme

  • Go to System -> System -> Language and Style
  • Choose Darkmatter in the Design selectbox

Screenshots

Desktop

Darkmatter theme for LuCI - Status Darkmatter theme for LuCI - Realtime Graphs Darkmatter theme for LuCI -  Interfaces Darkmatter theme for LuCI - Wifi Darkmatter theme for LuCI - Wifi Edit

Tablet

Darkmatter theme for LuCI - Startup

Phone

Darkmatter theme for LuCI -  Status Darkmatter theme for LuCI - Load

License

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.