Do a yum install sudo
to install the sudo
command. (It should
have been installed by default. Strange.
It's fairly dangerous, and poor policy, to run as root
unless you absolutely
have to do so, since a simple typographic error as root
can have catastrophic consequences. (Of course, once you have sudo
working, you can still
destroy your system with a typo, but it restricts the root
privilege to a single command rather than everything you type.)
In any case, though, since you tried the make install
, and got the unable to write
error message, try creating the directory into which the make
is attempting to write the theme files. Sometimes the people creating the make
instructions neglect including the code to make sure the directory actually exists before trying to write to it.
Note that, in order to use
the theme after it's installed, you'll need to point the theme manager to the directory where it was written.