GTK is a toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces. It is part of the GNU Project and maintained by GNOME.
GTK-2 and GTK-3
For gtk-2 and -3, users can install the libraries with the following command:
emerge --ask x11-libs/gtk+
Some applications may optionally be built with support for a GTK interface when enabling the
gtk USE flag.
Users may even choose to enable GTK support for all packages in /etc/portage/make.conf.
In Gentoo, Gtk-4 is provided by gui-libs/gtk, a separate package.
emerge --ask gui-libs/gtk
The following programs can be used to change the appearance of applications using the GTK toolkit:
- lxde-base/lxappearance - part of the LXDE desktop environment