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#1 2015-04-01 04:40:12

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April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Thanks to those who posted in last month's thread!

As always for April and any other place one uses images...

Please use thumbnails

- To help those of us with slow connections and the CrunchBang server bandwidth.  Most image hosting sites will automatically generate thumbnail codes for you.

Of course use whatever service you wish, but please, get a thumbnail and use that or it will be changed by a moderator.

Avoid the large thumbnail www.imgur.com code, use the "medium" link thumbnail.  An example of the code:

[url=http://imgur.com/your_image_code][img]http://i.imgur.com/your_image_codem.jpg[/img][/url]

Notice the m in your_image_codem.jpg in the IMG code block

Users have been using www.postimage.org lately which does a nice job and is Multi-lingual as well.  Upload your image to the site and grab the Thumbnail for Forums (1) code.

Here is a generic piece of code if you need to create your own thumbnail:

[url=http://link.to.your.fullsized.image][img]http://link.to.your.thumbnail.image[/img][/url]

Please use the Report button to let moderators know of images that are too large. Thank you!

Let this month's scrots commence...


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#2 2015-04-01 06:35:09

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Clean:
2015_04_01_073045_1920x1080_scrot.jpg
"Busy":
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#3 2015-04-01 11:27:05

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

CrunchBang with tweakage & tracking Wheezy.

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#4 2015-04-01 12:19:53

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

fluxbox - port and slightly modified the bunsen blue scheme -

2015_03_31_scrot.jpg

direct link


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#5 2015-04-01 17:27:39

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

From last month...

I love what you did with your panel.

My usual...
RQwa4HEm.png
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#6 2015-04-01 18:04:23

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

^ I can't take credit for that panel; found a working config using all the qtile internal layouts. That panel is just a bonus.


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#7 2015-04-01 22:14:46

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

2015_04_02_001258_1920x1080_scrot.jpg

KISS.


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#8 2015-04-01 23:27:21

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

qvMjs2fm.png
Linus is getting creative  big_smile...
or hacked... even the penguin was defaced  yikes

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#9 2015-04-02 10:22:56

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

fvwm2415.jpg
Been a while since I posted a scrot here. Arch with FVWM.

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#10 2015-04-03 09:10:59

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

bspwm on Arch

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Colorscheme: Apprentice
Wallpaper: http://gucken.deviantart.com/art/Starry-Night-146233028
Terminal font: envypn
bar font: lemon, and stlarch
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#11 2015-04-03 10:38:14

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

scrot_20150403_1208_desktop_1366x768.jpg scrot_20150403_1211_desktop_1366x768.jpg

xubuntu 14.04 trusty in openbox session, tint2 and conky.
My usual desktop, no matter the system (debian, (L,X,K)ubuntu), since I've started with #! in 2009.
Desktop, idle after start without network, uses only 207MB RAM (see the upper conky bar in the image bellow).

scrot_20150403_1207_desktop_1366x768.jpg

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#12 2015-04-03 12:40:40

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

mi wrote:

My usual desktop, no matter the system (debian, (L,X,K)ubuntu), since I've started with #! in 2009.
Desktop, idle after start without network, uses only 207MB RAM (see the upper conky bar in the image bellow).

Well it does mater on some distro, likely Buntu based 207MB at start is still too much. If you tweak a little more and furthermore Debian will achieve well below the 100MB. Mine crunchbang start or idle 50MB.  ]:D

Since you've made a Ubuntu based like a #crunchbang, congratulation!  tongue


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#13 2015-04-03 13:29:57

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Nili wrote:

Well it does mater on some distro, likely Buntu based 207MB at start is still too much. If you tweak a little more and furthermore Debian will achieve well below the 100MB. Mine crunchbang start or idle 50MB.  ]:D

It depends on how much RAM is available, more available means more used at startup. 200MB out of almost 4G available is pretty good for *buntu, I'd say (Debian always is configured to run lighter than the comparable *buntus in my experience).


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#14 2015-04-03 13:34:20

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

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Something's not quite right, but I can't put my finger on it...

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#15 2015-04-03 13:42:11

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

The 3.2 kernel?  tongue


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#16 2015-04-03 15:13:44

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

It depends on how much RAM is available, more available means more used at startup. 200MB out of almost 4G available is pretty good for *buntu, I'd say (Debian always is configured to run lighter than the comparable *buntus in my experience).

Very true hhh!


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#17 2015-04-03 17:07:57

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Playing with Compiz like it was 2007 again: Mint+XFCE+Compiz.
2015_04_03_195007_1280x800_scrot.jpg
I'm surprised how much fun it was to set it up with CCSM after a long time. It has all the sweet spots right where I remember them. No fireworks, wobbles or cubes for me, but I've missed the 2D desktop wall setup and expo. It's also smoother than I expected, even on this old workhorse, so I can amuse and amaze kids with a little eye candy every now and then. (I have Openbox set up too, in case of emergency. Just don't tell my OB I'm warming up this old affair.)

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#18 2015-04-03 18:04:04

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

SAlWCj3m.jpg
... winter is coming.
I think I might remove "snow" and "ice" from the conkyweather hourly script though... 8o

EDIT: wow! I have just noticed the compass arrows are pointing to the opposite directions (either that or I should stop drinking that funny water). yikes

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#19 2015-04-03 18:48:32

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Nili wrote:

Well it does mater on some distro, likely Buntu based 207MB at start is still too much. If you tweak a little more and furthermore Debian will achieve well below the 100MB. Mine crunchbang start or idle 50MB.

I agree that it's easier to get Debian running lighter than it is with Ubuntu. But running Waldorf and Lubuntu 13.10 one year ago in different partitions of this same laptop I had the same result. A bit more after installing a couple of other programs I needed. As well with Waldorf+backports.

hhh wrote:

It depends on how much RAM is available, more available means more used at startup. 200MB out of almost 4G available is pretty good for *buntu, I'd say (Debian always is configured to run lighter than the comparable *buntus in my experience).

My older 32bit laptops, one of them a netbook 2GB RAM, start Waldorf up with just a bit more than a 100MB. And I don't mess up with them just keep them updated. They often save me when this one goes #! from over-tweaking  big_smile

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#20 2015-04-03 19:54:19

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

^
scrot_20150403_2139_desktop_1366x768.jpg

Waldorf in another partition of the same machine, idle after startup w/out network. Just a bit less RAM being used.

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#21 2015-04-04 07:57:19

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Waldorf11 >>Debian Jessie 8 currently, striped to minimum by removing a lot of unnecessary services.

17107334347_9ac32fd830_n.jpg

20MB ram on console tty, 40MB on startx >openbox

Sorry isn't a wallpaper, but could not resist without showing smile

Last edited by Nili (2015-04-29 19:55:36)


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#22 2015-04-04 12:23:54

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Nili wrote:

Waldorf11 >>Debian Jessie 8 currently, striped to minimum by removing a lot of unnecessary services.

https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8704/16840209240_da5619f68e_m.jpg

20MB ram on console tty, 40MB on startx >openbox

Sorry isn't a wallpaper, but could not resist without showing smile

Pretty good there!Generally like your style Nili. I like your past setups more though.
You may find you can blow away dbus too. Unless you use dunst, then its required. But there are creative alternatives to that too. Or maybe that tint2 thing needs it, not sure?


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#23 2015-04-04 16:32:44

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

dkeg wrote:

Pretty good there!Generally like your style Nili. I like your past setups more though.
You may find you can blow away dbus too. Unless you use dunst, then its required. But there are creative alternatives to that too. Or maybe that tint2 thing needs it, not sure?

Thank you dkeg, To tell the truth i can't get rid dbus easily, I tried once or twice i always ended up in more issue on #! so i let it, however i am using a stop/start trick to not have present all the time. If i start with startx without dbus running you know i can't have sound (pulse/alsa), network manager (wicd-gtk) also perhaps many other things. So i just start dbus when i need a daemon to run in background, pulse or alsa would like dbus running all time, but i launch daemon(s) only when i want to.

Didn't know about dunst, i will check for sure, so thanks for telling me smile

P.S. i have read dbus can get rid off and make things working without it, sincerely up here'm not ready :8 , reading wish to do something in future. My tint2 works pretty normally without dbus running.

Regards,
Nili


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# Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u4 (2015-09-19) i686 GNU/Linux
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#24 2015-04-04 17:44:54

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Haven't changed the wallpaper in a while,

16844804280_ecee9646db_m.jpg

Recently found this term color i will try to adjust for term configs. thanks boroshlawa


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#25 2015-04-04 21:54:36

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

^^^^ 40MB on Openbox is pretty amazing!!

^ like how conky seems to be printed at the wall.

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