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#126 2016-11-26 08:58:26

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

damo wrote:

^ Sorry for the thread drift, but there is a BunsenLabs ARM version. Presumably that can be installed on a Pi?

IIRC the BunsenLabs ARM edition was built on vanilla Debian ARM, so it wouldn't be compatible with the Raspberry Pi's Broadcom chip.  (The Raspberry Pi Foundation's commitment to Broadcom hardware is a bone of contention in the Open Hardware SBC community.)  The scripts to "Bunsenize" a Debian netinstall should work in Raspbian though.


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#127 2016-11-26 12:08:58

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

Quake II on OpenBSD:

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#128 2016-11-26 15:43:35

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

Thank you for the kudos, guys! ops

@martix the panel on top is a set of 4 separated tint2 panels (pager, taskbar, systray and clock) plus a small conky bar between the taskbar and the systray!

The tint2 set is based on ututo's work: link.

The bottom panel is xfce4-panel.

The BL logo is already in the system, as damo explains.


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#129 2016-11-26 17:56:20

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

ututo wrote:

That looks really good.


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#130 2016-11-26 18:42:12

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

i've been distro hopping last months and no other distro fits my needs as bunsen labs, so here i'am again! big_smile

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#131 2016-11-26 19:04:19

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Ahhhhhhhhhhhh SPAM with class!  big_smile


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#132 2016-11-26 20:32:53

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

mi wrote:

The bottom panel is xfce4-panel.

I see, thank you. The desktop looks really great.

I'm wondering: On #! I do remember having Cairo Dock installed with an icon that provided an application launcher (just like a start menu with all the installed software in several categories).

Is there maybe such a launcher available on #bÍ with a dock or panel?

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#133 2016-11-26 21:13:07

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

@martix - jgmenu is pretty good.

That cool desktop needs a better Mouse Cursors smile

Very nice conky... i was so in love with those rings years ago.

thanks, I've been looking for something new -

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#134 2016-11-27 17:15:29

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

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#135 2016-11-27 17:50:31

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

^ Tilers ftw! big_smile

Back on battery with my ThinkPad so a new addition to the statusbar:

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I didn't want to use conky so I have this line in ~/.xinitrc instead:

while true; do xsetroot -name "Battery: $(apm | awk '/Battery/{print $4}')  •  $(date +"%A %d %B  •  %T")"; sleep 1; done &

http://man.openbsd.org/OpenBSD-current/man8/amd64/apm.8

I'm sure there's a better way of getting the information but that will do for now.

I have tried versions in C compiled into binaries but they always cause my CPU to race even if the memory usage is better hmm

And before you ask Nili, that desktop also boots to ~55MiB with 3 xterms, top, systat & tmux running (64-bit system), the CPU overhead seems (slightly) lower in OpenBSD compared to Debian but maybe this is just my imagination.

Gratuitous clean wallpaper scrot:

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#136 2016-11-27 18:13:25

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

^HeHe smile

I always used my dwm with a code similar to yours with other usages features CPU/RAM, Bandwidth, etc...
It's fun to exploit all opportunities without the intervention of third parties like conky/conky-cli.

Infact mine boots with 25MB (systemD) @X, then getting started WM reach 31MB
it's a (32-bit) 2007 DELL, boot fast and use less ram usage based on old hardware well thanks to 32-bit architecture plain debian.
However, I have also done little domestic work smile

Regarding yours and PackRat, You guys pass the distro's/wm's through your hands as if they were bread with cheese. HaHa!

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#137 2016-11-27 22:43:17

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

Nili wrote:

^HeHe smile
Regarding yours and PackRat, You guys pass the distro's/wm's through your hands as if they were bread with cheese. HaHa!

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#138 2016-11-28 06:19:38

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I didn't want to use conky so I have this line in ~/.xinitrc instead:

while true; do xsetroot -name "Battery: $(apm | awk '/Battery/{print $4}')  •  $(date +"%A %d %B  •  %T")"; sleep 1; done &

http://man.openbsd.org/OpenBSD-current/man8/amd64/apm.8

Wow! You can do that sort of things with xsetroot? I wasn't aware of this. Thanks, HoaS.

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#139 2016-11-28 12:43:42

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

Playing around
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p.s.
a. Should 'alt+left mouse button' and 'alt+right mouse button' work for moving/resizing windows?
b. Using bold fonts for 'window titles/clock/etc' doesn't really work (artistically speaking) or is it just me?

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#140 2016-11-28 14:00:36

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

a. Should 'alt+left mouse button' and 'alt+right mouse button' work for moving/resizing windows?

That is usually the default behavior for stacking window managers.

b. Using bold fonts for 'window titles/clock/etc' doesn't really work (artistically speaking) or is it just me?

I find that to be hit and miss depending on the font and/or color scheme.

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#141 2016-11-28 16:17:29

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

^^  ^              I agree with PackRat!

for some of my favorite themes (flat themes) the only difference between active and inactive is bold/normal font, and or transparency levels..

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#142 2016-11-28 17:33:48

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

PackRat wrote:

a. Should 'alt+left mouse button' and 'alt+right mouse button' work for moving/resizing windows?

That is usually the default behavior for stacking window managers.

Must be virtualbox problem then.

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#143 2016-11-28 19:51:58

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

brontosaurusrex wrote:

...
Must be virtualbox problem then.

This ^


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#144 2016-11-30 22:23:21

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

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Testing, testing...


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#145 2016-12-01 12:07:03

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

An attempt at spaghetti solver, keeping nurbs (Blender)
https://transfer.sh/cctIB/spageti2.mp4

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#146 2016-12-01 21:27:50

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

Please continue in the December thread:

https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=3069


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#147 2016-12-06 09:05:37

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Re: November 2016 Screenshots

brontosaurusrex wrote:

An attempt at spaghetti solver, keeping nurbs (Blender)
https://transfer.sh/cctIB/spageti2.mp4

Interesting video.  I suppose my first question is "What pocket did it fall out of?" tongue #GreenText


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