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#26 2017-05-24 21:55:30

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

someone wrote:
Poll: which is best?
  • [1] Plain text file configuration

  • [1] GUI clickbox overload as well

Fixed it for ya tongue


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#27 2017-05-25 00:17:17

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

Poll: which is best?

    [2] Plain text file configuration

    [1] GUI clickbox overload <--- BOO! HISSS! MEOW! BOO!

EDIT:OOPS!  damo snuck in there

Last edited by Sector11 (2017-05-25 00:18:50)


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#28 2017-05-25 00:24:23

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

shadowplay wrote:

but maybe BL needs a mission statement :-)

We have one ... abate unofficial:

To boldly go where CruchBang was heading!

-- and also not heard of before this  lol


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#29 2017-05-25 16:34:31

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

Sector11 wrote:

To boldly go where CruchBang was heading!

LMAO! I'll organise the t-shirts :-)

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#30 2017-05-25 19:58:51

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

I'll take two. wink with a wrap around image:
2017-05-25_174313_Scrot11.th.png
with a little touch of damo.


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#31 2017-05-25 22:07:27

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

^ Nice. smile

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#32 2017-05-25 22:09:54

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

Guess we'll and the world will find out where Bunsenlabs is going one day at a time. Nothing wrong with that eh. Hope it becomes as (or hopefully more)popular than #! was. As in many things, time will tell. smile

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#33 2017-05-26 05:31:20

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

As a former #! 11 user (still have it Jessified in a 32-bit laptop) and a current BL user, I find #! a little bit less bloated in terms of pipe menus and install options thru obmenu.

Nevertheless, I always uninstall every piece of software I don't need manually, and then apt everything I need for everyday usage. I guess all of us do so.

Maybe I got too used to minimalism, but I'd suggest going for TUI/CLI programs like ranger or moc pre-installed (just for the sake of style).

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#34 2017-05-26 11:43:10

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

^ sounds fun and i would appreciate it too, but one of the most greatest things about #!/BL is/was it`s OOTB experience which made id useable for even my mother in law without knowing anything about linux or debian. I don`t think this should be sacrified (for the sake of style).

naik --greetz


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#35 2017-05-31 21:34:47

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

Naik wrote:

I don`t think this should be sacrified (for the sake of style).

Yeah, maybe going TUI/CLI has turned into a need for me due to dated hardware... Anyways, it's always fun to optimize a distro, and BL is a great starting point.

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#36 2017-05-31 23:00:41

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Re: Where is Bunsenlabs going?

I've mentioned this before in another thread.  But since we have YAD ...

yad --color
yad --font
yad --calendar

OK, meant to be used in scripts blah blah but ... nice by them selves.
But [Alt+F2] and pop them in and "nice"

Alias shortcuts (I'm the tpyo king) and your selection is left in the terminal for: copy-past!  big_smile

 31 May 17 @ 19:57:16 ~
   $ yfont

** (yad:21158): WARNING **: Error retrieving accessibility bus address: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.a11y.Bus was not provided by any .service files
LCDMono Semi-Light 12
 
 31 May 17 @ 19:57:58 ~
   $ ycal

** (yad:21242): WARNING **: Error retrieving accessibility bus address: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.a11y.Bus was not provided by any .service files
31/05/17
 
 31 May 17 @ 19:58:15 ~
   $ ycolor

** (yad:21263): WARNING **: Error retrieving accessibility bus address: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.a11y.Bus was not provided by any .service files
#3d80d3
 
 31 May 17 @ 19:58:34 ~
   $ 

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