GNU/Linux Feburary 2006 Desktops


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Feburary Desktops - 2006

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Wallpaper: Did a messy re-coloring of the default KateOS wallpaper... Sorry I'm no artist :blush:... go to their website to see the real thing it's amazing

Icons: Snowish (got from gnome-look I think)

Apps: Rox Filer and Eterm

oh.. and Fluxbox of course

EDIT: Forgot to mention.. Arch Linux

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Cranking up the old Linux OS as a tribute to all that have been affected by Kama Sutra, as Linux is never affected!

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All the icons are NuoveXT, all of my desktops are having a Vista inspired look this month, details for Gnome are in the screenshot, and if anyone liked the Openbox style I made, I've attached it for you! It's called Aurora, named after the wallpaper it was modeled with. It uses the FreeSans font, hope you like it!

Aurora.zip

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^^^ KamaSutra hasn't seemed to have had a very large impact, but good to see you fired up *nix and posted some screenies! :yes:

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FebruaryUbuntuPreview.jpg

Mine. Ubuntu Breezy using the most excellent "Mockup" Controls, "Alphacube" Window Border and "Glass" Icons. Wall is something I found on the net somewhere.

:happy:

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Not exactly very different from my last couple of shots.

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What is the media player in the "Oh no not more blue" screenshot.

It looks like an improved on Muine... if it is, what kind of configuration are you using.

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