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#201 2016-03-23 11:52:02

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#202 2016-03-23 15:09:26

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

@Nili, Sector11, Nail and hhh: Thanks smile
Nice shots everyone!!!

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#203 2016-03-23 23:29:59

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

fog wrote:

@Nili, Sector11, Nail and hhh: Thanks smile
Nice shots everyone!!!

http://en.zimagez.com/miniature/2016-03-23-17-03-26scrot.png

Incredible. I wish I had your patience.


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#204 2016-03-24 08:53:26

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

Top job Dobbie03!

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@all awesome shots smile

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#205 2016-03-24 12:00:01

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

71 days up (render-sheep)
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(This was a moment where cpu usage droped down, but it's 100% busy 99% of the time)

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#206 2016-03-24 18:03:41

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

nereet wrote:

Top job Dobbie03!

https://scrot.moe/images/2016/03/24/reddrops.th.png
@all awesome shots smile


Cheers man.


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#207 2016-03-24 20:07:42

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

gako wrote:

A real minimal beaut there urukrama!

Thanks. For those who don't mind gloomy themes tongue, I've uploaded the Openbox theme here.

hhh wrote:

-edit- There is a change. I switched my font to Blogger Sans, similar to Reef but much better.

http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/blogger-sans

That font looks quite good. I'll probably use it too, when I get tired of cure.

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#208 2016-03-24 23:43:11

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

Again i try to figure out how good a raspberry pi works as a desktop-pc. After a good week i say it performs very well for all things like listening/streaming music, playing youtubestreams, getting office work done with libreoffice and other basic tasks. And this little thing is silent!
2016_03_25_003439_1920x1080_scrot.jpg 2016_03_25_003504_1920x1080_scrot.jpg
I know it needs tweaking on the fonts and the panel and maybe adding some conkystuff. BUT this is when the fun begins.

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#209 2016-03-25 09:16:09

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

@fog @nereet Artists !!

Time for holidays, on the beach tongue

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#210 2016-03-25 10:12:35

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lowrider wrote:

Again i try to figure out how good a raspberry pi works as a desktop-pc.

Which model is it? Do you have a desktop photo?

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#211 2016-03-25 12:19:43

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

I once played a little with the theme "Bunsen Blackish" and incorporated a few changes. In addition I have something expanded the menu and the output terminal I have changed with the help of "fog", many thanks!

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@fog: great work


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#212 2016-03-25 12:50:26

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

lowrider wrote:

Again i try to figure out how good a raspberry pi works as a desktop-pc. After a good week i say it performs very well for all things like listening/streaming music, playing youtubestreams, getting office work done with libreoffice and other basic tasks. And this little thing is silent!
http://s29.postimg.org/r5c4h8mer/2016_03_25_003439_1920x1080_scrot.jpg http://s29.postimg.org/k3is8s86r/2016_03_25_003504_1920x1080_scrot.jpg
I know it needs tweaking on the fonts and the panel and maybe adding some conkystuff. BUT this is when the fun begins.

As you are interested in experimenting have a look here too, http://arnoldthebat.co.uk/wordpress/201 … erry-pi-2/
And those, who might want to experiment, http://arnoldthebat.co.uk/wordpress/chromium-os/

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#213 2016-03-25 13:22:13

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

searchone wrote:

I once played a little with the theme "Bunsen Blackish" and incorporated a few changes. In addition I have something expanded the menu and the output terminal I have changed with the help of "fog", many thanks!

http://s20.postimg.org/lvuoayrop/No_1_003.jpg

@fog: great work

Very Nice!


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#214 2016-03-25 16:19:52

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

Thanks Sector11  smile


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#215 2016-03-26 00:39:50

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arno wrote:

Hello smile

@hhh: what is your theme ?

Crocus.

https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 874#p20874

-edit- @twoion FTW.

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#216 2016-03-26 01:26:59

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

they said... #showyourdesktopfriday

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#217 2016-03-26 05:12:12

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Playing with bspwm

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#218 2016-03-26 11:17:56

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^ Snap!
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Staying at my Dad's for Easter and he was going to re-install Windows 7 on his laptop [1] so he gave it to me to play with...
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The machine was booting Windows 10 in Legacy mode from a traditional MBR-style disk, it now runs Debian jessie with bspwm & tint2 (can't remember where I found the config files & wallpaper) on a GPT disk in UEFI mode using gummiboot [2] with Secure Boot enabled.

Memory usage on an empty desktop just after boot has gone from >1GiB under Windows 10 to <100MiB under Debian 8.3

[1] Windows 10 is too security-minded for him, apparently...  cry

[2] Now merged upstream as systemd-boot


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#219 2016-03-26 12:06:01

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

To play with permanently, or just until he wants to use it again?

Lets hope some flavour of Linux resides on it for a long time.


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#220 2016-03-26 12:44:57

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

^
[1] Windows 10 is too security-minded for him, apparently...  cry

Well, for me the offending parts would be all the spying and flashy ads on the lockscreen, but to each his own.

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#221 2016-03-26 15:45:46

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Re: March 2016 Screenshots

Very nice at @hhh, @fog, @searchone, @yunn


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#222 2016-03-26 17:28:37

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@yunn thanks  and have a nice holiday  smile !

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#223 2016-03-26 19:21:01

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Sector11 wrote:

To play with permanently, or just until he wants to use it again?

Well, he's interested in getting into UNIX-like operating systems because he used SunOS to do his PhD thesis many years ago so my cunning plan is to have the machine set up so that it runs either Kodi (fullscreen, no window manager), a nice Desktop Environment (I'm leaning towards GNOME) or a fullscreen QEMU/KVM virtual machine running Windows 7 depending on which TTY he logs into glasses


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#224 2016-03-26 20:43:57

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Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

a nice Desktop Environment (I'm leaning towards GNOME)

of course, Gnome really is the best DE we have today, anywhere.

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Isn't sytemd-boot difficult to use on Debian, due to constantly changing kernel names, or is there some postinstall script which creates new conf files?

As for Windows 10, I installed it with the default Microsoft account on my work laptop. So one day it couldn't talk to Microsoft's servers and refused to let me access my files. Took about on hour or two of registry tweaking to make it go away. Mind you, this is a legit OEM copy and it wouldn't let me use my computer.

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#225 2016-03-26 21:14:25

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el_koraco wrote:

Isn't sytemd-boot difficult to use on Debian, due to constantly changing kernel names, or is there some postinstall script which creates new conf files?

Using gummiboot in Debian is entirely automagical -- Debian abstracts the whole process and creates sub-directories to hold any kernel images directly on the EFI system partition and uses a kernel post-install script to copy updated images over.

If booting Debian from another distribution, the current kernel image is symlinked to /vmlinuz with the initramfs linked to /initrd.img so those locations can be used in configuration files as no version number is appended to the kernel image name thus rendering updates to the files after kernel changes unnecessary.


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