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#51 2018-11-11 14:47:14

S7.L
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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

cherkie wrote:
S7.L wrote:

@ cherkie, can i ask how you did the weather part of your conky? i really like that.

That's my script. At the bottom part of your conky you have a part about bunsenweather and I have followed all commented steps. smile

Thanks for that.

Dont really want to sign up to that weather site but may do in the future. I found a way to use the weather function from the program Inxi, just shows current temp, conditions, time and location.

conky.text = [[

${color6}Weather Now ${hr}$color

${execpi 60 inxi -w | sed 's@\x03@__COLOR__@g'| sed 's@__COLOR__12@\${color2}@g' | sed -r 's@__COLOR__(04)?@\${color}@g'}

]];

Credit goes to this resource on github for the inxi layout command via conky.

https://gist.github.com/Zauberfisch/b79 … 200eb821c4

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Last edited by S7.L (2018-11-11 14:55:22)


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#52 2018-11-11 16:49:50

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

re: KDE terminal behavior, I use a window tiling Kwin plugin and all the gap settings are off with every terminal except for konsole. Fortunately, konsole is an excellent terminal, so I'm using it.

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#53 2018-11-12 22:18:39

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

antiX-17.2-sid  cool

screenshot.th.jpgscreenshot-1.th.jpgscreenshot-3.th.jpg

neofetch system info
https://github.com/dylanaraps/neofetch
glances system monitor
https://nicolargo.github.io/glances/
mpv media player
https://mpv.io/
rox file manager
http://rox.sourceforge.net/desktop/ROX-Filer

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#54 2018-11-13 01:39:59

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

S7.L wrote:

I found a way to use the weather function from the program Inxi, just shows current temp, conditions, time and location.

Aha.

I have previously tried piping inxi weather data to my dwm status bar with mixed results so this may help. Thx.

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#55 2018-11-13 02:06:38

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

@mrneilypops nice scrots, and how can you get a sid-based system that does not use systemd (considering AntiX is systemd-free)?


Real Men Use Linux

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#56 2018-11-13 11:50:32

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

beaker wrote:
S7.L wrote:

I found a way to use the weather function from the program Inxi, just shows current temp, conditions, time and location.

Aha.

I have previously tried piping inxi weather data to my dwm status bar with mixed results so this may help. Thx.

I tried messing around with formatting but i am not that smart. I did howver manage to find a way to remove a word from the readout i didnt want there. I already had Weather in the title conky hr tags so wanted it deleted from the readout and found below to be working ok.

conky.text = [[
${color6}Weather Now ${hr}$color
${execpi 60 inxi -wxxx | sed 's/Weather://g' | sed 's@\x03@__COLOR__@g'| sed 's@__COLOR__12@\${color0}@g' | sed -r 's@__COLOR__(04)?@\${color}@g'}
]]

Scrots to stay on topic,

Before:
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After:
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Last edited by S7.L (2018-11-13 11:55:28)


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#57 2018-11-13 22:38:54

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

@mrneilypops lovely

Experimenting with Haiku OS. Actually watching the update progress...
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#58 2018-11-13 23:15:16

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@lowrider
nice...I am tempted to try Haiku as I remember BeOS back in time....

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#59 2018-11-14 10:08:06

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

DeepDazye wrote:

@mrneilypops nice scrots, and how can you get a sid-based system that does not use systemd (considering AntiX is systemd-free)?

by choosing the repos sid during installation  wink

is offered :
stable
testing
sid

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#60 2018-11-14 10:33:52

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@unklar

exactly so.

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#61 2018-11-14 21:32:25

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

@DeepDayze...

https://antixlinux.com/antix-sid-net-an … available/

https://download.tuxfamily.org/antix/do … index.html

By default, antiX loads into a Rox-IceWM desktop with a few icons on the desktop. Use F6 at the boot menu screen to choose your desktop. What you choose running live will automatically transfer if/when installed.

antiX is a very flexible linux distribution. You can run it live from a cd, live from a usb stick (with persistence ie changes are saved on reboot) as well as setting up a frugal-install from an internal or external hard drive. Of course, you can install to internal and external drives, sticks, cards etc. You can even run it live, add/remove applications, customize it, remaster it and then install. All your changes will carry over to install!

antiX is based on Debian but is totally free of systemd! It comes with a custom kernel, its own custom scripts and repository to enhance user experience. antiX can be used as a rolling release distro ie you should be able to keep your applications up to date by regularly upgrading. If you wish you can enable the Debian testing or unstable repositories and live on the bleeding-edge! For those that prefer stability, keep to the Debian Stable/stretch repositories.

A further feature of antiX is that you can install kernels from a variety of sources including Debian, siduction, aptosid and liquorix. This is especially useful if you have a new box as newer hardware is more likely to be detected and work with newer kernels.

Don’t forget - antiX is systemd free!

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#62 2018-11-14 21:56:32

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

unklar wrote:

KDE neon 5.14...


Personally I find 2500 packages not really convincing...
Unfortunately it's not so easy to uninstall some of them without disassembling the whole system hmm

Pfft, they're mostly libraries, who cares. It's barely any disk space used to have them installed.

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#63 2018-11-15 02:29:07

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

bspwm, tint2 panel with jgmenu and executors for system info:

Screenshot_2018-11-14_21-23-52.th.png


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#64 2018-11-15 02:59:47

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

2018-11-15-004016_1280x1024_scrot.th.png 2018-11-15-004755_1280x1024_scrot.th.png 2018-11-15-005027_1280x1024_scrot.th.png
Finally got done with this sucker. At first I couldn't decide between stretch and buster, then I couldn't decide between i3 or openbox, that already took an entire day, then I had to build it up. I took the hard disk out and put it in my laptop, also took the teeny tiny USB 802.11 adapter from my PC and I managed to lose it. Most of the ricing was made offline. It's been two days and it's 1 AM here, I am so glad how it turned out. Not pictured: startup and shutdown sounds.

@Nili
That's quite aesthetic. I would expect a screenshot like this on 4chan out of all places.

@lowrider
How's it going so far? I've been watching the development from quite a far but hopefully it gains some traction with R1B1


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#65 2018-11-15 07:15:36

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

^ very nice!
openbox, tint2, compton? classic.
and what's the story with the hardware, didn't quite understand?
the screen-res suggests something older?
refurb always good!

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#66 2018-11-15 10:39:09

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^ Oh, sorry, I didn't make it clear. The computer is a desktop, I had to go to university so I put the hard disk on the laptop in the hopes of finishing my install on my free time there. The laptop has got non-free WLAN and Ethernet cards, so I took the USB dongle that was stuck on the PC with me, but it's pretty tiny, I lost it. Since I couldn't connect and I had already downloaded a file manager, text editor, tint2 and XFCE Evolution, I decided to rice stuff away. When I got home, I needed to run a gigantic cable to my computer, I'm even using a router to connect two cables together.


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#67 2018-11-15 17:52:53

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

Same old
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p.s. enjoying PBS Space Time.

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#68 2018-11-16 03:26:18

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

PackRat wrote:

bspwm, tint2 panel with jgmenu and executors for system info:

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2018/11/15/Screenshot_2018-11-14_21-23-52.th.png

Yes. You're idea about a donut-shaped universe intrigues me, and I'd like to subscribe to your newsletter.

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#69 2018-11-16 03:28:35

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#70 2018-11-16 04:23:52

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

Plasma, set it and forget it.

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#71 2018-11-16 13:43:01

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

uni2.th.jpguni201.th.jpguni202.th.jpguni203.th.jpg

Fluxbox (siduction) on my x40 (e-mail, read forum). Is the second distri beside bunsen-helium.

Actually I wanted to delete it for a long time. After 32bit
is no longer supported here. Last kernel was
4.9.11-towo.2-siduction-686
Then I tried it with Liquorix, which didn't work at all on this machine.
A few days ago a try again, this time by debian and behold, now it flies again...  big_smile
The battery is just a dummy  lol

Conky's, of course 1.9   wink
I love it (especially on vacation)

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#72 2018-11-16 14:29:09

mrneilypops
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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

@unklar
nice  wink

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#73 2018-11-16 15:22:13

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

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My selfmade font started to look nice


If it ain't broke, then tweak it until it breaks.

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#74 2018-11-16 15:59:18

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Re: November 2018 Screenshots

@Addy: wow.

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#75 2018-11-16 16:39:07

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Posts: 819

Re: November 2018 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

Yes. You're idea about a donut-shaped universe intrigues me, and I'd like to subscribe to your newsletter.

bagel; working on a new theory these days.

@addy -nice; available for download?

back to topic -

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Last edited by PackRat (2018-11-16 16:39:28)


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