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#26 2019-07-06 09:06:50

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

DeepDayze wrote:
brontosaurusrex wrote:

DeepDayze; Not sure what you mean, Wayland is a default (Gnome) session in upcoming Buster. If it's not in decent shape, that will be huge problem with Debian.

I meant Wayland itself (the supposed replacement for X server) is not that mature yet. GNOME itself has its bugs too but hopefully fixed quickly.

Does Wayland have any equivalent of X11 forwarding yet?


cog wrote:

playing around with regolith ..

You mean this?
i3-gaps - it's like the official wm of r/unixporn now, isn't it?
I bet 90% of users with laptops or small monitors disable the gaps plugin after they've posted their scrots.

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#27 2019-07-06 20:48:47

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

I bet 90% of users with laptops or small monitors disable the gaps plugin after they've posted their scrots.

@glittersloth, it's configurable (the gap) and also dynamic, that is patched to certain hotkeys (at least in regolith, I assume the same is true with upstream (i3 gaps)).

Not that I care that much about tilers, just saying.

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#28 2019-07-07 00:52:41

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

glittersloth wrote:
cog wrote:

playing around with regolith ..

You mean this?
i3-gaps - it's like the official wm of r/unixporn now, isn't it?
I bet 90% of users with laptops or small monitors disable the gaps plugin after they've posted their scrots.


Yeah that’s the one.  I3 has become really popular since the gaps fork appeared.  I think it’s kind of like scrotwm on steroids.  I like the gaps but I’m also getting older and only use 15 inch laptops and external monitors now.

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#29 2019-07-07 02:05:08

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

glittersloth wrote:
DeepDayze wrote:
brontosaurusrex wrote:

DeepDayze; Not sure what you mean, Wayland is a default (Gnome) session in upcoming Buster. If it's not in decent shape, that will be huge problem with Debian.

I meant Wayland itself (the supposed replacement for X server) is not that mature yet. GNOME itself has its bugs too but hopefully fixed quickly.

Does Wayland have any equivalent of X11 forwarding yet?

Not yet that I am aware of. Having the equivalent of X forwarding in Wayland is a must and hopefully a solid mechanism for that gets implemented in Wayland (if not already).


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#30 2019-07-07 12:58:02

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

DeepDayze wrote:
glittersloth wrote:
DeepDayze wrote:

I meant Wayland itself (the supposed replacement for X server) is not that mature yet. GNOME itself has its bugs too but hopefully fixed quickly.

Does Wayland have any equivalent of X11 forwarding yet?

Not yet that I am aware of. Having the equivalent of X forwarding in Wayland is a must and hopefully a solid mechanism for that gets implemented in Wayland (if not already).

X11 forwarding was a pretty low bar to begin with (because it runs like ass). If we can't even clear that hurdle, then I suppose there's no hope for my iPad-to-NUC latency-free remote desktop dream life in the next few years. sad

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#31 2019-07-07 18:38:27

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

cog wrote:
glittersloth wrote:
cog wrote:

playing around with regolith ..

You mean this?
i3-gaps - it's like the official wm of r/unixporn now, isn't it?
I bet 90% of users with laptops or small monitors disable the gaps plugin after they've posted their scrots.


Yeah that’s the one.  I3 has become really popular since the gaps fork appeared.  I think it’s kind of like scrotwm on steroids.  I like the gaps but I’m also getting older and only use 15 inch laptops and external monitors now.

i3-gaps is definitely the scrot of choice at unixporn, but I see a lot of Plasma as well. I think a backlash has started though, I'm starting to see a lot of xfce4 scrots.

We have to update the Helium ISOs, this was after ten minutes with the new test disc...

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Helium was pretty good, Lithium will be much better, if all goes the way it's going so far.

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#32 2019-07-08 20:32:36

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

Buster on real metal (lengthy but non-problematic update, only thunar is ugly for some reason). p.s. Geany got ugly as well.
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#33 2019-07-09 04:13:03

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

brontosaurusrex wrote:

only thunar is ugly for some reason). p.s. Geany got ugly as well.


I dunno about geany but that’s the new GTK3 ported version of thunar


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#34 2019-07-09 04:52:10

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

glittersloth wrote:
DeepDayze wrote:
glittersloth wrote:

Does Wayland have any equivalent of X11 forwarding yet?

Not yet that I am aware of. Having the equivalent of X forwarding in Wayland is a must and hopefully a solid mechanism for that gets implemented in Wayland (if not already).

X11 forwarding was a pretty low bar to begin with (because it runs like ass). If we can't even clear that hurdle, then I suppose there's no hope for my iPad-to-NUC latency-free remote desktop dream life in the next few years. sad

Why you no sidecar?  I just had to say it.  That whole branding for an external display (which is a great idea minus having to buy the latest Adobe CS subscription). cracks me up.  Brings to mind an Akira biker gang with crooked smiles and tire irons.


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#35 2019-07-09 07:36:25

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

Helium was pretty good, Lithium will be much better, if all goes the way it's going so far.

I am curious and wait impatiently.   smile

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#36 2019-07-10 17:51:35

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

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#37 2019-07-10 23:21:31

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

unklar wrote:
hhh wrote:

Helium was pretty good, Lithium will be much better, if all goes the way it's going so far.

I am curious and wait impatiently.   smile

We're behind again, but not like we were with helium/stretch. We have the disadvantage of Buster coming out exactly when predicted, while we're all very busy and yet at the same time trying to implement a bunch of new features. We'll end up compromising, some new features will have to be future upgrades instead of included OOTB. I'll start pressing for a test ISO of some sort next week.

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#38 2019-07-11 07:20:26

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

We're behind again, but not like we were with helium/stretch.

I think this is fair.


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#39 2019-07-11 22:27:55

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

johnraff wrote:
hhh wrote:

We're behind again, but not like we were with helium/stretch.

I think this is fair.

Considering how much new stuff we're trying to include in this release, we're doing damn well time-wise!

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  • New root-menu (jgmenu) that has type-to-search as well as auto-update of apps with desktop files, while also providing the option to use the OB menu instead

  • New yad-based (no python!) exit script

  • BunsenLabs Openbox now has it's own session while keeping Debian's Openbox session separate

  • xdg-autostart entries to provide greater WM independence/options

  • Keeping what has become a fairly bloated release by Debian trimmed

  • The usual visual refresh (themes, icons and configs)

I'm sure I've missed a few. big_smile

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#40 2019-07-12 03:26:44

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

  • Lots and lots of nit-picky fixes and tweaks

  • Some package substitutions and utility additions

  • More variety in tint2 and conky configs

  • More desktop appearance options in BLOB config manager (nothing to do with unfree firmware)

  • Welcome script that runs apt commands last, after asking the questions

Not all these will get into the first test iso, but as much as possible in the official release.

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#41 2019-07-12 15:12:41

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

YAD sounds cool.  Just now heard of it from you guys.  Been looking for something like that or zenity.


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#42 2019-07-12 16:33:06

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

cog wrote:

YAD sounds cool.  Just now heard of it from you guys.  Been looking for something like that or zenity.

...and BL helpfully includes a yad helper script, /usr/lib/bunsen/common/yad-includes: the functions can be used by any user script to save a lot of typing wink

# These functions can be used in user scripts too, by first sourcing this file, eg:
# BL_COMMON_LIBDIR='/usr/lib/bunsen/common'
# if ! . "$BL_COMMON_LIBDIR/yad-includes" 2> /dev/null; then
#     echo $"Error: Failed to locate yad-includes in $BL_COMMON_LIBDIR" >&2
#     exit 1
# fi

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#43 2019-07-13 22:39:32

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

Nothing fancy, just a refreshed old conky of mine.

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#44 2019-07-14 17:50:49

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

Debian 10 xfce upgrade to sid with xanmod kernel 5.2 cool
First time I have met bullseye/sid big_smile

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#45 2019-07-14 21:43:48

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

Good evening everybody!

Nothing really new, still my usual openbox theme. I will change my theme a little more deeply as soon as I have some free time. In the meantime, this is my desktop:
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#46 2019-07-14 21:52:34

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Great username, and I love that wallpaper!

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#47 2019-07-14 22:21:04

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

Great username, and I love that wallpaper!

Thank you! The image came from the artist David Lanham. It was an image of a calendar that I tweaked to make it a wallpaper.

I share it with you:
november-2009-2560x1600.md.png
and second wall:
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I also share with you the music I listen to from the amazing album "Where Did The Night Fall: Another Night Out":
U.N.K.L.E. - Ever rest

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#48 2019-07-15 00:41:02

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Epic. The only thing I can offer is Dayvan Cowboy by Boards of Canada.

https://vimeo.com/3725878

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#49 2019-07-15 04:11:04

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

@hhh full circle looks great


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#50 2019-07-15 07:28:01

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Re: July 2019 Screenshot Thread

Thanks, Duke. I appreciate you.

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