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GNU / Linux June 2013 Desktops

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GNU / Linux June 2013 Desktops - Posting Guidelines

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Despite the fact that I enjoy seeing how other people configure their desktops, I have never posted mine here before. I intend to rectify that now. It doesn't change very much from month to month (other than the wallpaper) because I basically have it configured exactly how I want it.

GTK+ Theme: TaditionalOK (MATE's GTK3 variant of Clearlooks)

Window Border Color: #EDECEB

Input Box Color: #FFFFFF

Selected Item Color: #9A9A9A

Tooltips Color: #F5F5B5

Icon Theme: MATE-Faenza

Wallpaper: http://www.wallpapersbox.eu/data/media/867/Shore Waves Wallpaper 2560X1600.jpg

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Nothing Special,

Xfce4 - Numix Theme - Faenza Icons - Alkano XCursors

Wallpaper found on Google

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Im actually testing out Debian 7 and thinking of switching over from Arch purely because my power user setup disagrees with my better half who has now started using the desktop more often :p. Really need to work out if Steam will play nicely with my current setup first though, because i don't want to loose my gaming ability :D

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Trying Gnome 3.8 for awhile:

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OpenSuse 12.3 x64

I like it so far! Very polished KDE experience!

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switched from Xfce4 to DWM as it suits me better :)

Font: Envy Code R

SysInfo: Conky (showing each core usage of CPU / Loads / Mem / Down/Upspeed / Date & Time)

Wall found on google

Terminal: XTerm

Still in the process of working out the kinks in my custom DWM config.h and the colour scheme but you can't complain :)

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Although I've registered almost 10 years ago at neowin, I always come back to check this topic. Now it's my turn to post. Only took me 10 years to come up with something as half as good as your posts, guys.

EDIT: Ok, 9 years.

Clean

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Dirty

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switched from Xfce4 to DWM as it suits me better :)

Font: Envy Code R

SysInfo: Conky (showing each core usage of CPU / Loads / Mem / Down/Upspeed / Date & Time)

Wall found on google

Terminal: XTerm

Still in the process of working out the kinks in my custom DWM config.h and the colour scheme but you can't complain :)

u3F8XRr.jpg

Could you please guide me to a link or a document on how to install and customize DWM ? i want to give it a shot

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