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#76 2012-12-03 08:47:58

hhh
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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

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Miles licks his chops and stares, what would Mike Stern do?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTgIDUM2tfU

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#77 2012-12-03 08:54:06

Dobbie03
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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Mike would put on a bit of Moonsorrow, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ibny2SRliB0
After that he would sharpen his broadsword.

Nice screenie, just another quick update:

tZ2pucA

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#78 2012-12-03 09:09:52

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Yours too, fun screenies! *insert emoticon here*

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Moonsorrow - Aurinko ja Kuu

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#79 2012-12-03 09:52:16

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Old ones. wall

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#80 2012-12-03 12:12:53

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

AwesomeHHH! The Police, cool.  cool

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#81 2012-12-03 12:41:15

ew
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Registered: 2012-09-27
Posts: 1,975

Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

VastOne wrote:

@ew - The only issue with Aptosid for me is that it is very basic.  I had to install a lot of things to get where I needed.  I am not saying this is bad, but it is very very basic.  By all means give it a go, you may like the basic setup it provides.

An example is there is no conky installed at all so you have to load all applications.  Not a big deal as I said, just look to build it from the install on.

Good Luck!

Thanks to all for nice advice. As for conky it`s no big deal. I have built it on other distros.  But maybe I should try Siduction instead of Aptosid..... big_smile


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#82 2012-12-03 14:23:23

gutterslob
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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Awesome indeed. One of my favourites of yours.


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#83 2012-12-03 15:19:02

pidsley
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Registered: 2012-05-23
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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Fluxbox on Linux BBQ Saltimbocca.

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Flatstudio Dark, Fluxbox my_DEFCON_4.

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#84 2012-12-03 21:47:52

brontosaurusrex
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Registered: 2012-06-15
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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

i'am getting bunch of red/dark-blue type of urls, that are hard to read with Flatstudio Dark, is there a lazy way to solve that?

pidsley: great wall.

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#85 2012-12-03 21:58:41

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Hi! This is my first post  big_smile but I want to share with you my desktop screenshot. I'm very proud of it. Hope you like it!

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#86 2012-12-03 22:19:34

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

tried aptosid, you were right Vastone too basic, moved on to Siduction and am very pleased mostly because I'm running 8 - 14 degrees C cooler. smile

going to try dist-upgrade & 3.6-8 and hope for at least the same hopefully better results.

tZ2p6Yw

@ enzo-lorenzo, welcome and great job. looking forward to the next.

@ hhh, wow!!! (samurai)


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#87 2012-12-03 22:57:26

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

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#88 2012-12-04 00:15:09

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

This is great!  Lol, figures you used that Everest wallpaper too.  We often have some overlapping favs.


@dobbie

That hummingbird wall was pretty good.  Have you tried Elementary OS Luna Beta yet?  Figured you'd be all over that as soon as it went live.


@slob

I imagine you in your hotel room refusing to go down stairs and mingle with the yuppies.  Instead, while your camera batteries charge you cower over the geezer netbook and code out your ruby gem RPG, sipping airplane size bottles of Tanqueray that managed to slip easy into your coat pocket.


@bacon

That's cool info about the siduction installer.  I had no idea the about the CLI slickness that lay below the surface.


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#89 2012-12-04 00:18:02

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Preparing my netbook for the christmas holiday. Couldn't find a better way than #!+awesomewm smile

tZ2sweA


CPU : i5-3570 @ 3.4 GHz / 8Gb DDR3/1600 /  GeForce 640 GT / HDD: 6tb (and counting)


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#90 2012-12-04 01:52:54

PackRat
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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

VastOne wrote:

@packrat, Siduction does look nice and I will let you know more in a day or two.  IIRC, the installer is not one that appealed to me in the past... I seem to recall a web based installer but am not sure if it is Siduction.

I'm looking forward to your 30 Distros in 30 Days thread  devil

Xfce - keeping it simple:

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#91 2012-12-04 02:51:18

gutterslob
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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

rstrcogburn wrote:

@slob

I imagine you in your hotel room refusing to go down stairs and mingle with the yuppies.  Instead, while your camera batteries charge you cower over the geezer netbook and code out your ruby gem RPG, sipping airplane size bottles of Tanqueray that managed to slip easy into your coat pocket.

So I'm some sorta jet-setting (anti)socialite neckbeard now?  [insert lol smiley]
You got the anti-yuppie part right though. [insert sunglasses-wearing smiley]

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#92 2012-12-04 03:43:03

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:
VastOne wrote:

@packrat, Siduction does look nice and I will let you know more in a day or two.  IIRC, the installer is not one that appealed to me in the past... I seem to recall a web based installer but am not sure if it is Siduction.

I'm looking forward to your 30 Distros in 30 Days thread  devil

Xfce - keeping it simple:

http://t.imgbox.com/abfKSjw3.jpg

Just installed salix myself and coverted main drive to waldrof


Say your prayer's,Eat your vitamins....AND WHAT YOU GONNA DO BROTHA

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#93 2012-12-04 04:28:18

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Nothing like a bit of Moonsorrow just before bed.

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#94 2012-12-04 04:29:48

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

rstrcogburn wrote:
hhh wrote:

This is great!  Lol, figures you used that Everest wallpaper too.  We often have some overlapping favs.


@dobbie

That hummingbird wall was pretty good.  Have you tried Elementary OS Luna Beta yet?  Figured you'd be all over that as soon as it went live.

Hey 'Burn, I have tried it but it's too locked down for my tastes.  Loving GS3.6 at the moment.

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#95 2012-12-04 11:55:37

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

@PackRat: Salix has some nice artwork.

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#96 2012-12-04 12:49:07

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

rstrcogburn wrote:

@bacon

That's cool info about the siduction installer.  I had no idea the about the CLI slickness that lay below the surface.

Even better, the browser-based installer also works in elinks-lite. The only thing that does not work is the very last screen, when it should show "Installation completed, you can reboot now" -- though you can track the debug information in another terminal window to see that it completed the installation. Unsure if they have fixed this "issue" in the latest RC2.

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#97 2012-12-04 17:29:49

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Wohoo, my first Arch install from scratch. No beauty yet but hey, everything works (sound, video, internet, flash, localization)  smile
2012_12_04_181912_1440x900_scrot.jpg


came for the distro, stayed for the community
streamripper :: smxi

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#98 2012-12-04 18:12:15

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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

@ivan - yes, they do.

Debian testing, fluxbox. Wallpaper from vladstudio:

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#99 2012-12-04 21:03:58

lowrider
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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Guess i'm just not the xfce guy and therefore i get rid of it and set my brandnew Arch to e17 monkey
and i love it from the first start
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came for the distro, stayed for the community
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#100 2012-12-04 21:41:15

hhh
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Re: December 2012 Screenshot Thread

Thanks for the compliments, gents! I awoke feeling all guilty that I had drunk-spammed the scrot thread. :^D

wheezy, Openbox, xfce4-panel, compton...
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I have most of the keybindings I need (pain in the keester, Openbox!), but can someone tell me how to get a dropshadow under xfce4-panel (4.8), or under tint2 (I tried commenting out panel_layer=top in tint2rc, no joy)?

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