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Barney T.    2,131

GNU / Linux March 2013 Desktops - Posting Guidelines

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

The file size for image previews should be no larger than 500 KB

Images linked externally should be no larger than 3 MB

* If you plan to img-embed your desktop, please try to keep it under 100k (It's recommended that you link it, externally).

* Stay within the board rules, no matter how yummy you may believe it to be.

* If you are going to quote, there isn't a need to quote an img-embeded picture - Just don't do it. Please just reference the post by page number/page link/etc.

* Off Topic Posts will be edited or removed.

* The desktops thread is not to be used as a means to post images of a pornographic or otherwise provocative nature. We do not support a babes forum and neither will we in an unofficial capacity. Please help to keep the thread relevant and safe to browse for everyone.

* The moderators of this forum reserve the right to edit or remove your posts as necessary so they may comply with our Community Rules.

* In the interests of keeping the thread on topic it is strongly urged that you format your posts in the following order:

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

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

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

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

* Please use reduced-size thumbnails, where possible, out of respect for people running on lower bandwidth or screen resolutions.

Important Note: Any image posted that is over established guidelines

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f0rk_b0mb    698

Fedora in a VM. :)

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Haggis    983

ssmar.png

ssmar1.png

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ViperAFK    784

Xubuntu 13.04:

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beanboy89    169

Linux Mint 14 USB.

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Click for clean.

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Yorak    416
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Hardi    15
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sevensage    21

Openbox-sSage gtk-sSage OB theme

taG42aQ

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+simonlang    530

only the wallpaper has changed so...

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cork1958    1,096

Man, topic was started on 2-28 and this is all there is to look at? Usually really like this topic more than the Windows desktop one as, to me, Linux desktops just seem to always look better!

Personally,

I think most stuff LOOKS better on Linux than Windows anyway. Never have figured out why, but they seem to, to me. Not on Linux, at the moment, so not posting anything else.

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firey    3,632

screenshotfrom201303041.png

Pretty much stock Arch Desktop across my various installs. It's customized from stock look but I set them all up the same icon/theme wise.

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ViperAFK    784

Fedora 18

gnome 3.6

default icons

Mediterranean white theme

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sevensage    21

same ol'

taG9kNw

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ncc50446    71

I keep saying I'm going to customize my desktop next month, yet I never do...So other than my wallpaper, same as last month...Maybe next month...lol

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Haggis    983

mine

Faience Icons

Default Theme

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xxxxxx.xxxxxx    46

:D

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nabz0r    137

I have recently moved to Linux world though I didn't know nothing about it but I am already in love with it and I already have a favorite Linux dist. but it's a pain in the neck to set it up for me and that would be Arch Linux. At the moment I am using Ubuntu 12.04 and here is my screenshot:

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Edit: Forgot to post where I got the clock, etc from. My Icon are "Clear" and the link below for how to configure conky lua.

http://www.unixmen.com/configure-conky-lua-in-ubuntu-11-10-12-04-fedora-debian-and-linuxmint-howto-conky/

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f0rk_b0mb    698

Just installed Arch in VirtualBox. I'm going to install it on my main Linux machine sometime next weekend. Oh, and by the way, how do you guys install archey? I followed some guides I found, but none of them work. Help is appreciated. Thanks! :)

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Haggis    983

gonna need to try Arch again

if i managed to get Gentoo network working Arch cant be that bad lol

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+longgonebn    74

Yea I like the sounds of Arch, simple and lightweight, but I am nowhere near pro enough, I think I would have too many problems.

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redvamp128    321

Decided to go for a simple look this time:

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xxxxxx.xxxxxx    46

Just installed Arch in VirtualBox. I'm going to install it on my main Linux machine sometime next weekend. Oh, and by the way, how do you guys install archey? I followed some guides I found, but none of them work. Help is appreciated. Thanks! :)

Install Archey3 from the AUR. Go here to download the tarball and follow the instruction found here on the Arch wiki.

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f0rk_b0mb    698

Install Archey3 from the AUR. Go here to download the tarball and follow the instruction found here on the Arch wiki.

Thank You! :)

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xxxxxx.xxxxxx    46

Thank You! :)

You're welcome, after that its a simple case of running archey in a terminal. If you want to use archey to take screen shots (archey -s) you will also need imagemagick: pacman -S imagemagick. In addition to this you will find the configuration file at ~/.archey3.cfg

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