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#26 2016-12-10 15:44:03

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

@easysid - well done

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#27 2016-12-10 19:11:07

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

^That's an interesting OS from Spain ('rolling-release development model with daily updates, integration of OpenBSD's LibreSSL software, and native init system called "runit"'). Love that green color on the window.

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#28 2016-12-11 07:08:48

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

^ Indeed wink

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#29 2016-12-11 19:40:05

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

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Debian-9 -- "testing" version
WM:  Openbox (with "no" DE)
Conky & Wbar

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#30 2016-12-11 19:50:12

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

^ that looks great smile

I now have Google Chrome Stable running in a Debian jessie systemd-nspawn container in my Arch system:

screenFetch-2016-12-11_19-45-20.th.png

So that's Chrome's SECCOMP sandbox running inside a namespaces(7) container, hopefully that should keep the main system "clean" of Flash nastiness such as automatically added Google repositories.

Now to implement this on my Debian stretch box...

glasses

EDIT: Aaargh! Flash doesn't work properly, the games won't download  mad

Back to fiddling then...  hmm

EDIT2: It lives!

https://scrot.moe/image/QiqN

\o/

EDIT3: Great, Google Chrome under a Debian jessie container runs *much* faster than Firefox in Arch natively, typical...  roll

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#31 2016-12-12 01:15:45

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

vrkalak wrote:

Debian-9 -- "testing" version
WM:  Openbox (with "no" DE)
Conky & Wbar

JAW ↓↓↓↓↓↓ Floor!

Say what?  And FluxBox?  I know, you're testing right.  big_smile
Looks really good there.


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#32 2016-12-12 06:00:21

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

Sector11 wrote:
vrkalak wrote:

Debian-9 -- "testing" version
WM:  Openbox (with "no" DE)

Say what?  And FluxBox?  I know, you're testing right.  big_smile
Looks really good there.

Yes, boss -- I have both *boxs on here -- Fluxbox/Openbox

Like all 'good' Debian-Maintainers, I am busy working, another partition, on Fluxbox Packages for Debian-Nine becomes 'stable'. We have a deadline freeze.

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#33 2016-12-12 06:23:13

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

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Vanilla-Debian with Fluxbox WM

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#34 2016-12-12 07:08:33

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

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#35 2016-12-12 10:42:22

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

^Nice wallpaper! Not a Star Wars geek myself - are those two guys with red an silver shoulder some special characters? Speaking of Star Wars, I'm wondering what OS did they run on the Death Star... At least they have Debian on ISS   smile

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#36 2016-12-12 10:59:05

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

martix wrote:

Speaking of Star Wars, I'm wondering what OS did they run on the Death Star...

Based on the following evidence, I'm guessing Windows, probably Vista?

kaboom

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The servant lifted off a kind of ottoman a long peacock-blue drapery, rather of the nature of a domino, on the front of which was emblazoned a large golden sun, and which was splashed here and there with flaming stars and crescents. “You’re to be dressed as Thursday, sir,” said the valet somewhat affably.

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#37 2016-12-12 12:18:59

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

photonucleon wrote:
martix wrote:

Speaking of Star Wars, I'm wondering what OS did they run on the Death Star...

Based on the following evidence, I'm guessing Windows, probably Vista?

https://data.whicdn.com/images/67135252/large.gif

Now there's one for the history books!  Thank you for my morning chuckle!


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#38 2016-12-12 22:17:51

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

Hello ! Beautiful from there...
mini_161212113015872257.png One more I can't resist to share these views: mini_161213121926174537.png

Last edited by ragamatrix (2016-12-12 23:01:09)

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#39 2016-12-12 23:24:01

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

^That's really beautiful with the lights. It's a fun game too for looking all the Capitals one can recognize.
I'm wondering: Is the Debian-logo a launcher icon? Nice desktop anyhow.

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#40 2016-12-12 23:54:49

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

Thank you martix, the debian logo on the left screen is a fbpanel launcher, on the right screen it's a minimal tint2 panel. If you have doubts I can display few citys with a marker text file, but the picture becomes less natural... /me go to sleep now +-

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#41 2016-12-13 02:27:33

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

Sold my MacBook and bought an HP Envy 13 with skylake.  Running everything FOSS these days, Ubuntu on the server and Arch on the desktop.  I'm getting married in 9 days and the Lady is a flysfisher just like me!  Anyways, Gnome 3 is a great setup for HiDpi.  I might try a WM with big fonts eventally..

Screenshot_from_2016_12_12_19_19_59.png Screenshot_from_2016_12_12_19_19_25.png


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#42 2016-12-13 02:48:45

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

cog wrote:

I'm getting married in 9 days and the Lady is a flysfisher just like me!

Congratulations


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#43 2016-12-13 03:44:05

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

Thanks bud.


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#44 2016-12-13 05:24:23

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

martix wrote:

^Nice wallpaper! Not a Star Wars geek myself - are those two guys with red an silver shoulder some special characters? Speaking of Star Wars, I'm wondering what OS did they run on the Death Star... At least they have Debian on ISS   smile

Probably Rebecca Black OS.


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#45 2016-12-13 08:33:39

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

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Not demonstrated here, but since finding out you can move windows with Alt+click & drag, I can't stand window title bars or borders.  Removing them also increases screen real-estate :P

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#46 2016-12-13 11:13:51

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

@ragamatrix Thank you for the explanation. Never used fbpanel before, but just realised it has a nice fbpanel-menu. Is that background a wallpaper - or is it something "more"? I remember having a background "planet Earth" on KDE, which looked like the Earth in space that could be zoomed and turned around.

@Dobbie03 Rebecca Black - there is really a distro for everything (as I just read, it's the only live distro using Wayland). Given the evidence by photonucleon, I tend to agree with Windows though (probably Vista, or maybe 8 or 98).    smile

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#47 2016-12-13 11:18:41

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

WOW, that's me!

ragamatrix wrote:

Hello ! Beautiful from there...

mini_161212113015872257.png
One more I can't resist to share these views:
mini_161213121926174537.png

^Please, me too.  big_smile

Where are these pictures?

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#48 2016-12-13 13:22:05

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

@unklar und martix, first I wanted to play with blender to have Hiresolutions pictures but I've founded to difficult to do so I re-decided to play with xplanet but with Hi-resolutions maps here you are some samples re-sized in 1920x1080:
availiable until the 12.01.2017 https://framadrop.org/r/lKNUoEVoXW#g7wH … 8qx4sd/m4=

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#49 2016-12-13 13:40:30

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

byzantine wrote:

Not demonstrated here, but since finding out you can move windows with Alt+click & drag, I can't stand window title bars or borders.  Removing them also increases screen real-estate tongue

You have a link for that wallpaper?

And now set up key bindings to move and resize your windows so you can ditch the mouse as well  monkey

Default config of most recent release of Fvwm got a makeover -

scrot-shot-December_13_1481682765.th.png

Last edited by PackRat (2016-12-14 02:35:14)


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#50 2016-12-13 15:35:33

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Re: December 2016 Screenshots

@ragamatrix,

many many thanks very much for these wonderful pictures!   smile

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