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#1 2021-02-07 12:30:55

RuudKuin
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Registered: 2019-03-03
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Updated/full-upgraded BunsenLabs

Hi all;
Been installing/full-upgrading to Lithium this weekend, made it look like a clean install again... Wanted to share a screenshot of it with you all.

https://ibb.co/DYkr1Z4

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#2 2021-02-09 18:28:59

0x4FF
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Re: Updated/full-upgraded BunsenLabs

What WM/DE is this? What is the dock at the bottom?
On the left side I assume it's main menu with a theme. Neat.

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#3 2021-02-09 22:20:04

RuudKuin
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Re: Updated/full-upgraded BunsenLabs

0x4FF wrote:

What WM/DE is this? What is the dock at the bottom?
On the left side I assume it's main menu with a theme. Neat.

Hey @0x4FF;

  • WM: OpenBox;

  • DE: XFCE;

  • Iconset: Mojave-CT-Gray-Night;

  • Plank: installed same Mojave theme;

  • Tint2: altered menu xfce-Start.svg icon with an Apple-logo.

Been fiddling with 'Edit Debian Alternatives' (under settings) as well.

Still need a good Plymouth/Splash start-screen setting in my grub.cfg though, keeps printing all startup commands during boot.
But getting quite close to my fav setup this way. wink

Working with a Packard Bell Dot S Netbook, 32-bits, 150GiB HDD, 2GiB RAM.
This light WM and DE combination is best to work with reasonable speed, no lagging, boots under 30 sec. Tried some alternatives, but too bloated for my liking.

Best regards, Ruud

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