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#51 2017-11-18 12:43:06

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

Thank you @o9000 for your development, it's so much beautiful smile

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Regards,

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#52 2017-11-18 12:48:38

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

@Steve

Steve wrote:

Not sure how i managed to upload those scrots as a guest at scrot.moe ??
I thought i was logged in, can you upload pics as guest in scrot moe?

Yes you can upload images as a guest.
Only registered users can create albums,like images,for example  wink

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#53 2017-11-18 13:01:37

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

mrneilypops wrote:

@Steve

Steve wrote:

Not sure how i managed to upload those scrots as a guest at scrot.moe ??
I thought i was logged in, can you upload pics as guest in scrot moe?

Yes you can upload images as a guest.
Only registered users can create albums,like images,for example  wink

Is there anyway of deleting those images i accidentally uploaded as a guest?

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#54 2017-11-18 13:11:59

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

@Steve
I can do it for you if you wish...

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#55 2017-11-18 13:17:27

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

^ I sent you a pm.

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#56 2017-11-18 21:40:15

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

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(Live session)

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#57 2017-11-19 00:39:03

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

window manager hopping this week -

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#58 2017-11-19 00:53:26

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

^ That's two in a row that I've never heard of — very impressive  cool

I've got pacman(8) working in my BunsenLabs-derived live system:

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#59 2017-11-19 01:01:29

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

^ That's two in a row that I've never heard of — very impressive  cool

I like subtle, just takes some getting used to the way it handles tags; goomwwm is sort of like subtle with floating as the default, but needs a 3rd party app like sxhkd for keybindings so it didn't last.

Nice effort with that live iso.


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#60 2017-11-19 01:10:45

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

@ Hoas, so you can use pacman in a debian OS? Does it involve much configuration?

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#61 2017-11-19 01:29:32

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

^ Not really, just build it from source and add /etc/pacman{.conf,.d/mirrorlist}  wink

EDIT: don't try using it to install packages to the Debian system though, that would completely wreck it.

I've only got it working so that I can use `pacstrap` to install Arch while booted in the SharpBang live session.

EDIT2: Arch & GNOME:

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That's Honda's CB4 Interceptor concept — it's a sportsbike, Jim, but not as we know it.

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#62 2017-11-19 01:56:42

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

^ thanks for clarifying, not touching it, apt does the job just fine wink

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#63 2017-11-19 02:15:45

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

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#64 2017-11-19 10:29:55

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

^ Nice desktop and very cool conky @jdonaghy

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#65 2017-11-19 14:50:41

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

^ Thanks. That's actually just a Plasma widget.

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#66 2017-11-19 17:04:06

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

Hi all... Hope all are well! smile

ArchLabs/Minimo

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#67 2017-11-20 02:44:58

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

^ nice

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downloading BL, friend has an older computer he wants to put back into service.


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#68 2017-11-20 12:46:32

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

OpenBSD - VB/VM - Cwm using .xinitrc. I like this WM. Oneday i will run Openbsd from a computer that allows it! Atm my nvidia laptop is not suitable so i am have to learn all about openbsd in a VM. Im not very good with these sort of window managers but i have picked up cwm with not too much hassle. Hoas, i nicked some of your settings from over at daemon forums wink cheers mate.

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#69 2017-11-20 17:39:50

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

Steve wrote:

Hoas, i nicked some of your settings from over at daemon forums wink cheers mate.

You're welcome but I think that test originated from machinebacon (via Nilli), I just changed the "ttyC0" bit.

EDIT: here's a post from the Arch forums showing my TTY display manager:

https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php … 6#p1680406

Back on topic: my live system with a working pacman:

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lol.

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#70 2017-11-20 21:22:23

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

@PackRat... Thanks smile


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#71 2017-11-21 10:01:55

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

@ Hoas, .Xdefaults not startx, particularly the xterm colors and font settings.

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#72 2017-11-22 12:42:41

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

Devuan with cwm. Basic desktop but workable. Using Devuan backports version of mksh, 2016 - R54. Im starting to enjoy this type of window manager more and more smile.

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This is what the .cwmrc looks like, just taken the example that it ships with and added some commands thus far.

     # Set default Xft(3) font
     fontname "sans-serif:pixelsize=14:bold"

     # Turn on sticky-group mode
     sticky yes

     # Any entry here is shown in the application menu
     command gmrun	     gmrun
     command xterm	     xterm
     command chromium        chromium
     command xmms            xmms
     command top             "xterm -e top"

     # Autogroup definitions
     autogroup 3 "aterm,XTerm"
     autogroup 3 "xterm,XTerm"

     # Ignore programs by that name by not drawing borders around them.
     ignore XMMS
     ignore xwi
     ignore xapm
     ignore xclock

     # Key bindings
     bind CM-r       label
     bind CS-Return  "xterm -e top"
     bind 4-o        unmap
     bind CM-equal   unmap
     bind CMS-equal  unmap
     bind C4-equal   vmaximize
     bind C4S-equal  hmaximize
     bind M-1        grouponly1
     bind M-2        grouponly2
     bind M-3        grouponly3
     bind MS-1       movetogroup1
     bind MS-2       movetogroup2
     bind MS-3       movetogroup3

     # Mouse bindings
     mousebind M-2   window_lower
     mousebind M-3   window_resize

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#73 2017-11-22 14:30:56

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

80's 90's ...  cool
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#74 2017-11-22 20:52:27

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

QEMUscrot:

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EDIT: and on the metal:

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The Moka icon set is now available in Debian stretch  smile

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#75 2017-11-23 01:34:00

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Re: November 2017 Screenshot Thread

slow day, tweaking xfce -

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