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#26 2018-03-09 23:11:27

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

martix wrote:

@Sun For Miles That's one of the best weather conkys I've ever seen! Really cool. Is that script maybe available somewhere on the forum? I always preferd darker themes, they tend to be more convenient for the eyes.

I believe it's from here. Glad you like it.

Same as last month for me:
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#27 2018-03-10 06:18:57

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

Bunsenlabs Helium on Windows 10.

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#28 2018-03-10 18:30:13

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

openbox - polybar - tint2:

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#29 2018-03-10 22:18:47

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

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#30 2018-03-11 10:23:12

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

Older laptop with only wifi working (And I did manage to wifi it using debian base install and wireless-tools).
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#31 2018-03-11 11:41:32

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

Very good brontosaurusrex, Old systems works just fine on a stable Debian, my main system is a dual core from 2007 and i am always happy with the results and tweaks.

To run Linux with 4GB RAM is easy, but to use 300MB with Browser, Video Player, Music Player, Text editor, torrents, command, line simultaneously it is not so easy to keep it simple smile

So, good job maint alive an old horse.

What I notice on your sysinfo about sys temp 75°, are you running any video player on the background or you're squeezing it with anything else? because 75 degree is not a normal temp even for a 2008 system. Mine is running idle 25° degree Winter | 50/55° Summer.

Configs looks exactly the same as those you usually post. So, very good scrot!

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#32 2018-03-11 11:47:39

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

It's overheating even at boot stage for some reason (kernel downclocking the cpu). Might be a 'laptop stuck in dusty garage' kind of thing.

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#33 2018-03-11 12:12:48

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

Then if it gets hot on idle or since the start, is something serious to double-check, I read somewhere that there is no problem even on 100° I have no experienced myself but I would not prefer to work with a system that overheats so much, at least for everyday things.

Indeed a dusk dust or other system/kernel tasks may overheat it, maybe try some other minimal systems?
Alpine, AntiX, Devuan/Debian (netinst) at least to see the state of the temperature.

On Debian also on other distros, for those old system types , (architecture i686) it is recommended. Non pae-kernel aswell but even with pae (3.16.0-4-686-pae) it is just fine. There is also ReduceDebian worth to check it.

Regards!

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#34 2018-03-11 13:39:10

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

inxi seems to be showing about 5 degrees more than sensors for some reason, what I have tryed so far:

- newer kernel from backports
- GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="acpi.power_nocheck=1"
- GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="acpi_OS=Linux" < idling below 60 degrees

Core 0:       +58.0°C  (high = +85.0°C, crit = +85.0°C)
Core 1:       +58.0°C  (high = +85.0°C, crit = +85.0°C)

maybe try some other minimal systems?

Nah, its this or trashbin.
p.s. Or maybe a quick dwm
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#35 2018-03-11 15:27:05

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

Does someone maybe know what it is on the upper left corner showing (00,01,11, etc.) on this: https://scrot.moe/image/6QqVC screenshot? Is that an urxvt feature?

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#36 2018-03-11 15:41:00

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

martix wrote:

Does someone maybe know what it is on the upper left corner showing (00,01,11, etc.)

That's just me trying to be clever, they are the numbers assigned to my desktop tags in the dwm window manager — they are the first four numbers in the base-2 system (also known as "binary").

And I wasn't going to post that scrot because my URxvt font is clearly missing the braille glyphs that gtop uses to display the "graphical" indicators  ops

It's a silly application anyway: Node.js to view a pretty display in the terminal? Oh dear...


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#37 2018-03-13 16:50:34

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

@HoaS I think that screenshot still looks great! Are these also "buttons" to change the desktop or is that via shortcut (or both)? Did not use dwm before, but it looks interesting.

I wonder: Is this similar - or the same, just different configuration? Can someone maybe identify any tool showed on the screenshot?

https://imgur.com/a/YZPHN

Btw this is a screenshot from The Fifth Estate.

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#38 2018-03-13 22:16:20

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

martix wrote:

Are these also "buttons" to change the desktop or is that via shortcut (or both)?

Both, the entire panel area is clickable and different commands can be executed depending on the area and mouse button used.

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Tiling window managers are usually only preferred by those who spend too much time in the terminal.

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#39 2018-03-14 00:41:42

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

martix wrote:

I wonder: Is this similar - or the same, just different configuration? Can someone maybe identify any tool showed on the screenshot?

https://imgur.com/a/YZPHN

Sure looks like a tiling wm (or maybe tmux?); looks like a file manager in the upper left window.

back on topic:

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#40 2018-03-14 10:12:11

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

^Gotta love grey on grey! For me it's still the best I found so far, although sometimes I like green on dark too. Your screenshot just tempted me to give slurm a try - looks great.

I suspect that's a tiling wm (though I'm not familiar with tmux). If you look at the upper right corner of the windows, there is something like [^]> and on the left <. The bar at the top seems to show the desktops on the left, similar to the screenshot from HoaS. Besides there are sysinfos: Wifi, CPU, RAM, Vol, Bat. That upper left window looks indeed like a cli file manager (cannot tell which one though), under that a chat (irssi?) and upper right is titled something "network monitor".

Edit: It turns out that this question was discussed already on reddit and other sites. It's AwesomeWM, with dvtm terminal manager and Absurd-Mind Diskusage Widget. AwesomeWM has a LUA config file. And that's not irssi, but weechat with multiline.pl and there is htop. There was a remark: "Can't tell what editor or interpreter it is being displayed in, but its syntax highlighter can't parse Lua." Twitter app: Turses

Thanks @PackRat, tmux is on my to-do list.

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#41 2018-03-14 13:33:05

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@matrix - tmux is pretty handy (that's tmux running in termite in my screenshot) especially if you like to use cli apps - it's a must have.

I did a reverse image search of that tiler - looks to be awesome window manager - scroll down to the other shots from 5th Estate.  -- (edit: you found it already).

void linux + awesome wm:

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#42 2018-03-14 15:06:01

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

It's AwesomeWM, with dvtm terminal manager

Nice dvtm find.

The Sixth Estate Tmux Only
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And something less filmic and more practical (removing tmux silly default border coloring and enters tile names with solid block that says tile is active)
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Still tmux only.
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P.s. I don't see a way to position text right aligned on tile lines.

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#43 2018-03-14 20:15:36

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

^Hehe, "you there?" Definitely better with the improved bolder coloring, great setup.

I just realized that dvtm (dvtm-session) with abduco is basically a tmux replacement. I only knew about Screen. I think I'll try tmux as it's supposed to be possible to save a session layout and start it even after a reboot. dvtm looks interesting though.

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#44 2018-03-14 20:26:39

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

martix wrote:

it's supposed to be possible to save a session layout and start it even after a reboot.

Not that I know, at least not without 3rd party tool / plugin.

martix wrote:

dvtm looks interesting though.

Agreed.

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#45 2018-03-14 22:01:52

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#46 2018-03-15 03:25:34

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

Well, I'm gonna have to eat my words.. I'm back in a DE.  But with Gnome and Mate starting to kind of compromise my established workflow I've found a little peace on plasma.  Konsole already was my favorite VTE term, and with double click enabled dolphin aint bad.

Also, finally found the source of my favorite wallpaper from ArchLabs on unsplash.

Funny enough, plasma with nothing running is only 450 megs.  That's leaner than any of the other major DE's including XFCE I've experienced.

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#47 2018-03-16 12:26:36

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

Some years ago on #! I re-discovered this distribution from a week... just the time for me to find back the wallpaper and Conky on an old hard drive and to choose some openbox themes.

Good to be back big_smile

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#48 2018-03-16 19:47:11

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Re: March 2018 screenshots

Same old:

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#49 2018-03-16 20:16:21

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@Dobbie03

beautifully!   angel

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#50 2018-03-16 22:44:57

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unklar wrote:

@Dobbie03

beautifully!   angel

Thank you! big_smile


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