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GNU / Linux February 2013 Desktops - Posting Guidelines

* Embedded images should be smaller than or equal to 1440x900 (preferably 1024x768)

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Themes: Name/where you got it (with link would be nice).

Wallpaper: Name/where you got it (with link would be nice).

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Only the wallpaper has changed since last month:

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My February Desktop

As simple as possible, how I like it.

Theme - Mediterranean Night GTK

Icons - Faience Ocre

Wallpaper - Wall is from Wallbase, but it's this Artist.

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Nothing special. Mint Nadia 14 64bit Cinnamon.

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Don't use Linux on a daily basis, but it is installed on a few of my machines. Just not on one now.

I always like this Linux monthly desktop topic way more than the Windows version of same topic as it seems to me that things just look better in Linux. Don't know why, but maybe it's just the plain simplicity of Linux and it's looks. :)

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Mint 14 running from a flash drive.

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No change for me

My February Desktop

As simple as possible, how I like it.

Theme - Mediterranean Night GTK

Icons - Faience Ocre

Wallpaper - Wall is from Wallbase, but it's this Artist.

Tcfo86ql.jpg

This is cute.I changed it.

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Gentoo

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Only the wallpaper has changed since last month:

ZY4VxBMl.jpg

I really like this, the simplicity of it all. colors are not disruptive to the surrounding windows, the design is simple as background noise but when taking a closer look, shows a little more depth.

NICE!

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OS: Arch Linux

DE: Cinnamon

DE Theme: Minty

Icons: Faence

Wallpaper: A google image result for "wallpaper"

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Netbook running Lubuntu 12.10. Huge thanks to the forum member who recently asked about the details of a desktop I posted here two years ago, it reminded me of how nice wingpanel was on a small screen.

Dock: Plank

Panel: lxpanel in custom 'wingpanel' mode

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I really like this, the simplicity of it all. colors are not disruptive to the surrounding windows, the design is simple as background noise but when taking a closer look, shows a little more depth.

NICE!

Thank you. :) Yeah, I am kind of obsessive compulsive about stuff. It took me forever to find a wallpaper that contrasted the Arch logo well enough, lol.

So what DE/WM are you running on your Gentoo install? I have not played with Gentoo in a few months, I should throw it in a VM sometime. Some things about it that I certainly prefer over Arch, but I suppose I got a bit lazy over time.

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a bit of ferrari inspired :)

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my PI without a Desktop

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@Hardi: could you share that wallpaper? It looks so nice!

@Syanide You are welcome! (if It was me :D )

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@Hardi: could you share that wallpaper? It looks so nice!

@Syanide You are welcome! (if It was me :D )

Here - http://wallpaper-bac...road-wallpaper/

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Thank you!

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my gentoo VM

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Can I play? :D

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Installed #! this afternoon, and I've been having a little play this evening. I've been away from Linux for some years, but I've come back to see how things have moved on. So far, things are looking good (Y)

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Can I play? :D

Installed #! this afternoon, and I've been having a little play this evening. I've been away from Linux for some years, but I've come back to see how things have moved on. So far, things are looking good (Y)

Damn, that's a lot of RAM usage for Openbox...

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Damn, that's a lot of RAM usage for Openbox...

I had a lot of tabs open in Chrome, so it's probably that.

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Ubuntu Linux 12.10 64 bit

Wallpaper is a photograph I took today on a walk in the woods on our property.

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I had a lot of tabs open in Chrome, so it's probably that.

Aye, probably. Looks very nice though. I love CrunchBang's default config.

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