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#26 2015-04-05 00:09:22

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Nili wrote:
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.

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Nili

quoting as i know the page break is ready to happen.

fair enough. I don't use any of that. Must be the pulse, b/c alsa is fine here. How about ceni for network?
I started with a minimal base install and had only added dbus and dbus-x11 for dunst, but don't use it anymore, so got rid of it. Oddly enough even programs that would kick it off don't require it. So maybe you're looking at it backward. Start with nothing, add only what you need. I don't know your requirements, just throwing it out there.


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#27 2015-04-05 03:41:46

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Nili wrote:

But the RAM has. How quickly ~40MB becomes ~300, and not even with a full-on browser running. Go to the BBQ. Let's just stop these games and get on with cool scrots.

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#28 2015-04-05 03:59:00

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#29 2015-04-05 06:40:30

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

dkeg wrote:

quoting as i know the page break is ready to happen.

fair enough. I don't use any of that. Must be the pulse, b/c alsa is fine here. How about ceni for network?
I started with a minimal base install and had only added dbus and dbus-x11 for dunst, but don't use it anymore, so got rid of it. Oddly enough even programs that would kick it off don't require it. So maybe you're looking at it backward. Start with nothing, add only what you need. I don't know your requirements, just throwing it out there.

I had some dependencies issue with Ceni formerly, I keept Wicd, but i'll look back for Ceni after installing netinstall (thanks for suggestion). My intention is to use netinstall just after an appropriate time. What i have made with #! was just a simply experience or understanding how some things works and why ofcourse.

hhh wrote:

But the RAM has. How quickly ~40MB becomes ~300, and not even with a full-on browser running. Go to the BBQ. Let's just stop these games and get on with cool scrots.

The Mem is growing because i started .utserver/μTorrent daemon, seeding 1100 DVD9, 100MB is from uT, also conky we know eat a few ram, moc playing... But yes, You right about checking another distro like BBQ I wanted to try year ago, obviously i should check it before installing finally Debian from scratch.


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#30 2015-04-05 15:03:39

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Happy April everyone ... a new look... for today  ]:D
2015_04_05_10_35_20_1920x1080_Sector11.png
... again my thanks to easysid for the awesome clock!  Love it!

And my way of Branding a wallpaper - conky - how else: one size fits all:
2015_04_05_11_39_51_1920x1080_Sector11.png
Points of interest in the conky (minimum_size because it had my monitor as well):

minimum_size 440 334  ### w|h
maximum_width 440

gap_x 0	### l|r
gap_y 0	### u|d

alignment mm
TEXT
${image /media/5/Conky/images/Bunsenlabs-flame_lt_sm.png -p 190,70 -s 56x128}\
${image /media/5/Conky/images/orb-A.png -p 120,30}

With the monitor (but it was too much):

TEXT
${image /media/5/Conky/images/LG_Flatron_E2342_t.png}\
${image /media/5/Conky/images/Bunsenlabs-flame_lt_sm.png -p 190,70 -s 56x128}\
${image /media/5/Conky/images/orb-A.png -p 120,30}

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#31 2015-04-05 15:39:48

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:

Happy April everyone ... a new look... for today  ]:D
http://s20.postimg.org/5byis1o7d/2015_04_05_10_35_20_1920x1080_Sector11.png
... again my thanks to easysid for the awesome clock!  Love it!

Thanks. Almost didn't see it. Great seeing it being put to use. Carry on.

meanwhile, you have a pm. smile

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#32 2015-04-05 16:04:20

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Replied to PM first not seeing this ...  lol  Your're welcome.


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#33 2015-04-05 21:33:36

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:

And my way of Branding a wallpaper - conky - how else: one size fits all:
http://s20.postimg.org/9md6nmtah/2015_04_05_11_39_51_1920x1080_Sector11.png

Very nice. cool

But I have a suggestion for ya.

See the shapes of the bushes inside the clover leaf exit?
Doesn't that give you some "ideas"...? tongue

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#34 2015-04-05 21:38:24

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 just broke the coolness barrier with that wallpaper  cool


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#35 2015-04-05 23:46:06

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Inodoro Pereyra wrote:

But I have a suggestion for ya.

See the shapes of the bushes inside the clover leaf exit?
Doesn't that give you some "ideas"...? tongue

Thank you.  ??? Nope ... help.
BTW, I think you mean the on ramp "leafs"

pingu wrote:

Sector11 just broke the coolness barrier with that wallpaper  cool

Thank you.  But the really cool thing is because it uses:

own_window_type normal

this kind of "branding" can be grabbed with [Alt]+[left-click] and moved anywhere on the screen
2015_04_05_20_33_38_1920x1080_Sector11.png<--> 2015_04_05_20_33_49_1920x1080_Sector11.png
2015_04_05_20_33_59_1920x1080_Sector11.png<--> 2015_04_05_20_34_09_1920x1080_Sector11.png
So it will work with any (transparent) image (or groups of images) with any wallpaper and moved to a desirable spot.
As it is it is configured to run in the middle of the screen


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#36 2015-04-05 23:59:09

Inodoro Pereyra
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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:
Inodoro Pereyra wrote:

But I have a suggestion for ya.

See the shapes of the bushes inside the clover leaf exit?
Doesn't that give you some "ideas"...? tongue

Thank you.  ??? Nope ... help.
BTW, I think you mean the on ramp "leafs"

I'll PM you. tongue

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#37 2015-04-06 07:48:03

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Inodoro Pereyra wrote:

See the shapes of the bushes inside the clover leaf exit?
Doesn't that give you some "ideas"...? tongue

@Sector11:  Once you see it, you can't unsee. yikes

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#38 2015-04-06 17:03:15

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Ummm OK! but he's talking about a BunsenFlame here ... for me it doesn't quite fit.
noflame.jpg
we PM'd


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#39 2015-04-06 19:36:35

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

New Debian Jessie system for my mother-in-law -- Openbox, lxpanel, Moka icon set & themes stolen from Lubuntu 14.04:
2015_04_06_203249_1024x768_scrot.jpg
Starts to a bare desktop using ~75MiB RAM; used to have Windows Vista on it so quite an improvement...
smile

EDIT: Oh, and an exit script stolen from the BunsenLabs -- thanks guys!

Direct link:
http://s13.postimg.org/ilxbl3hqf/2015_0 … _scrot.png

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#40 2015-04-07 02:24:31

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:

Ummm OK! but he's talking about a BunsenFlame here ... for me it doesn't quite fit.
http://s20.postimg.org/tmgronjyh/noflame.jpg
we PM'd

Nooope.
I was talking about manipulating that road loop (that kinda looks like a flame) into looking like the Bunsen Labs flame... tongue

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#41 2015-04-07 06:09:33

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Good job Head_on_a_Stick!


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#42 2015-04-07 12:08:45

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

EDIT: Oh, and an exit script stolen from the BunsenLabs -- thanks guys!

Direct link:
http://s13.postimg.org/ilxbl3hqf/2015_0 … _scrot.png

Nice ...
THIEF!  Why you little ... hmmmmm that's not right.
Hey!! Recognition! Fame! Thanks!   ]:D  ]:D
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#43 2015-04-08 00:12:14

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#44 2015-04-08 02:41:22

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

16885738530_bbe7605331_t.jpg Loving low poly at wallhaven

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#45 2015-04-08 08:31:59

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

#! throws its shadow over ubuntu's logo

scrot_20150408_1022_desktop_1366x768.jpg

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#46 2015-04-08 13:56:46

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

orionthehunter wrote:

Loving low poly

Weird fetish, but that gnomified XFCE-panel looks nice.

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#47 2015-04-08 14:45:46

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

Tweaked the usual tint2 and conkys to match the background

yx7twJ9a.jpg


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#48 2015-04-09 00:09:45

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

nore wrote:

Weird fetish, but that gnomified XFCE-panel looks nice.

Thanks! I decided to try out the layout for a while and I'm really liking it. As for low poly, I think it appeals to the same part of me that loves 8bit games and chiptunes.

16895256148_8c5215b488_t.jpg

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#49 2015-04-09 05:32:41

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

@damo:  That's possibly the most farking beautiful desktop I've seen.  Ever.

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#50 2015-04-09 06:34:38

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Re: April 2015 Screenshot Thread

@pvsage

Gulp, thanks  :8

Now you see why I've been pushing the blue themeing and the graph/lines wallpapers smile


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