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#176 2018-05-26 08:31:35

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

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Now with Cog-licious themes

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#177 2018-05-26 23:44:17

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Wow, i ditn't know haikuos has a cli packagemanager called pkman
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I need to try
pkman search, pkman install, pkman uninstall...

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#178 2018-05-27 11:34:48

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Wiped sid and installed stretch in it's place, I went for the full GNOME this time:

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Very pretty and polished but it uses up too much memory  hmm

So I re-installed again:

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#179 2018-05-27 14:55:38

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

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Blackwater Park


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#180 2018-05-27 16:26:46

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Glenn wrote:

Stunning work Addy smile

Thank You Glen!


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#181 2018-05-27 19:06:01

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

Very pretty and polished but it uses up too much memory  hmm

re the RAM: Holy cow. re the polish: meh, I'd need to do some time-consuming tweaks to even start to like it.

What WM and services are you running in the second scrot? Dat RAM!

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#182 2018-05-27 19:41:47

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hhh wrote:

What WM and services are you running in the second scrot?

That's my own fork of dwm (minus the xinerama code) with these running:

UNIT FILE                 STATE  
anacron.service           enabled
atd.service               enabled
autovt@.service           enabled
binfmt-support.service    enabled
console-setup.service     enabled
cron.service              enabled
getty@.service            enabled
keyboard-setup.service    enabled
lm-sensors.service        enabled
networking.service        enabled
systemd-timesyncd.service enabled
anacron.timer             enabled

12 unit files listed.
hhh wrote:

Dat RAM!

I did better later:

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>50MiB for an empty desktop, not bad for amd64, only Alpine Linux & OpenBSD can better that.

I needed it though:

              total        used        free      shared  buff/cache   available
Mem:           3.7G        3.5G        121M         20M         49M         19M
Swap:          1.8G        1.2G        579M

cry

Last edited by Head_on_a_Stick (2018-05-27 19:58:33)


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#183 2018-05-27 20:41:24

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

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#184 2018-05-27 22:37:47

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Am I doing this right?

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#185 2018-05-27 22:42:30

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Nice wallpaper big_smile

Can you share your configs please?  monkey


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#186 2018-05-27 22:49:05

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Just delete stuff until your system breaks, then go back one! big_smile

Incidentally, if you click on the image, does the new page allow you to click to see another five?

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#187 2018-05-27 22:55:24

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grapefruit wrote:

if you click on the image, does the new page allow you to click to see another five?

Yes it does, although I didn't notice that before — that is one sweet desktop cool


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#188 2018-05-27 23:32:39

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

grapefruit wrote:

Just delete stuff until your system breaks, then go back one! big_smile

Incidentally, if you click on the image, does the new page allow you to click to see another five?

That was interesting. Hadn't you mentioned to go back, I would just be staring at a green pallet.

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#189 2018-05-28 05:45:29

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I like my Metal like my coffee.......Black!
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#190 2018-05-28 08:26:51

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Dobbie03 wrote:

Blackwater Park, my first Opeth and still my favourite.  Incredible album.

Glad to know You listen to Opeth too big_smile


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#191 2018-05-28 22:33:03

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Nice shots this month.

couple of openbox, BL and AL -

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#192 2018-05-29 03:25:32

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

grapefruit wrote:

Just delete stuff until your system breaks, then go back one!

you have been added to bunsenlabs quotes!
(i think i decided i will only ask permission in tricky cases; if you disagree i'll take it out again)

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#193 2018-05-29 08:29:08

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^ Fine by me. :-)

I don't go in for all the fancy stuff as I find it distracting, which is why Openbox is ideal for me. That said, what might not be apparent is the thin white bar above the active program in tint. You can see it above gcolor2 in the fifth picture. I don't really need it, as I know what I'm working on, but the arrival of summer has brought out my whimsical side!

Any programs that aren't in the menu are on keybinds.

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#194 2018-05-29 17:51:57

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

grapefruit wrote:

That said, what might not be apparent is the thin white bar above the active program in tint. You can see it above gcolor2 in the fifth picture. I don't really need it, as I know what I'm working on, but the arrival of summer has brought out my whimsical side!

i noticed this immediately, and it has spoiled the joy of an otherwise truly minimalist desktop.
whimsical indeed. what pointless bloat!

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#195 2018-05-29 19:43:48

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

@grapefruit: So why bother with tint2? Irc default switcher is midle-mice click or super+tab. My try.

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#196 2018-05-30 16:23:48

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^^ A mere 5 posts in and already I've let the forum down!  big_smile

^ brex...if I'm going that route, then I might as well run a tiling WM...which I intend to do eventually, but I don't have the patience/time/inclination to learn at the moment. I have got bspwm installed alongside Openbox, for when the planets align.

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#197 2018-05-31 06:20:50

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

grapefruit wrote:

^^ A mere 5 posts in and already I've let the forum down!  big_smile

^ brex...if I'm going that route, then I might as well run a tiling WM...which I intend to do eventually, but I don't have the patience/time/inclination to learn at the moment. I have got bspwm installed alongside Openbox, for when the planets align.

I should learn to hold my curiosity ; )

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#198 2018-05-31 07:03:51

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^ I'd recommend awesome to start, it's pretty easy to set up, has a pnael, good documentation, and floating, tiling and single-window modes. Plus, it's the only tiler I've actually used, which makes it easier to recommend. big_smile

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#199 2018-05-31 19:08:29

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

grapefruit wrote:

big_smile

big_smile

... you're calling bronto brex? that's bold ...

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#200 2018-05-31 21:04:40

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

My Helium !

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