Ok. here it is finally the link>http://www.sabayonlinux.org/pasties/store/683/Sabayon_Cairo-Dock.tar.bz2
I derived it from the _MacOSX_ theme, most icons are actually from this theme. Plugins are also from _MacOSX_ theme.
Some icons have been taken instead from KDE environment adapted for Cairo Dock (I just converted them from SVGZ to SVG and just rotated 10° to the left).
Sabayon icon was taken somwhere from a big image of the logo, then edited a little bit and converted to vector graphic (SVG) thanks to Inkscape.
If you haven't tried Cairo Dock before it is the time to give it a try (you'll find that your Linux box is definitely better than Leop@rd!).
Install it with:
# equo install cairo-dock cairo-dock-themes cairo-dock-plugins
After installing Cairo Dock, try to see if it works.
Then copy the Sabayon dock.
Simply untar it from the root directory "/".
# cd /
# tar xvjf ~/Sabayon_Cairo-Dock.tar.bz2
Open the "Manage themes" window on Cairo Dock.
You will see the Sabayon theme, select it and check both checkboxes, than apply changes.
On the KDE lower panel configuration I reduced its size to 1%, I moved it in the left side and unchecked the minimum size checkbox.
This way the KDE lower panel disappears (almost) completely and the Sabayon icon opens the usual KDE menu.
Note that all shell commands are as root.
Now it's time to call your friends who bought a Mac just to have its eye candy dock and let them see that they did net need to buy it but just to install Linux!