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#201 2016-02-27 16:39:17

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

^ What does Arch taste like?  Chalky?


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#202 2016-02-27 16:43:38

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

Thought I'd make a screenshot of the comparisons - all very nice. Counter-clockwise from the top right, - Jellybeans, Gruvbox, Hybrid. My terminal is urxvt with gruvbox colors.

jPj4XOzm.png

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#203 2016-02-27 16:56:51

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

Use sway then.

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#204 2016-02-27 16:59:00

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

It's the future, I've tasted it neutral

A lot higher mem than you usually post wink

Questions:
What wm is that? Surely it isn't sway?
Would I taste the difference if I ran it on a VM or should I try it on bare metal? I have in my head that using wayland in a VM and having it passed through X would sorta negate the flavor.

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#205 2016-02-27 17:06:56

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

twoion wrote:

Use sway then.

I tried it out but sway-git is unstable for me atm.

Plain ol' Weston works though smile

@woodape: it's Wayland running the Weston window manager (compositor), see https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Wayland

I think you would need a bare metal install or a GPU passthrough to see all the compositing benefits.

The memory usage is high because I have XMonad/xmobar with Firefox running in TTY1 and that Wayland/Weston desktop running in TTY2 glasses


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#206 2016-02-27 17:53:03

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

woodape wrote:

Thought I'd make a screenshot of the comparisons - all very nice. Counter-clockwise from the top right, - Jellybeans, Gruvbox, Hybrid. My terminal is urxvt with gruvbox colors.

http://i.imgur.com/jPj4XOzm.png

Nice shot.

Last edited by zakharper (2016-02-27 17:58:39)

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#207 2016-02-27 21:33:10

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

clean.th.pngbusy.th.png
The OpenBSD ports tree has been locked in preparation for the 5.9 release in April.
https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-ports&m=14 … 431064&w=2

Seems rock solid on my ThinkPad X201 but iwn(4) is a bit flakey, I will have to investigate.

EDIT: Fiddled with the pf(4) settings and it seems to have fixed it (ie, it was PEBKAC).

Last edited by Head_on_a_Stick (2016-02-28 12:33:23)


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#208 2016-02-28 01:00:08

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

el_koraco wrote:
hhh wrote:

Change of icons to Uniform+ for the end of the month.

The horror...

I love a good Apocalypse Now quote in the morning. It smells like... victory.


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#209 2016-02-28 18:20:42

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

htop 2.0 now works on OpenBSD:
2016-02-28-181545_1280x800_scrot.th.png

This OS does seem to be exceptionally light, check out the RAM usage & processor overhead smile


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#210 2016-02-29 06:38:17

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Re: February 2016 – Screenshots

I think you would need a bare metal install or a GPU passthrough to see all the compositing benefits.

Yup. My virtual wayland/weston attempts didn't turned out very good. It seems metal is the way to go.

I have XMonad/xmobar with Firefox running in TTY1 and that Wayland/Weston desktop running in TTY2

Both X and wayland running in different ttys. Interesting approach. Never thought of such a thing. Thanks for the brave tips, HoaS.

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