GNU / Linux February 2011 Desktops


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GNU / Linux February 2011 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 will be removed! Use a thumbnail or use a text link to your image. If your image is removed, this is why.

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Chasethebase

I thought it was going to be a year long thread (the last one). :huh:

Since it only got to 2 pages in a month, it would probably make more sense.

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08993

arch, dwm showing combined sys/media tags (workspaces). ncmpcpp is fullscreen over on media, handy feature to be able to access clients on other tags with a keypress, do your stuff and send it back.

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Syanide

PCLinuxOS Gnome Zen Mini

Wallpaper: custom, "inspired" by Relaxing Clean

Theme: Equinox Evolution Light

Icons: Faenza Cupertino

Programs: Avant Window Navigator for "wingpanel" to hold the systray, Dockbar-X for superbar, Mint Menu, gnome panel and clock, desktop icon tweaks

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bjoswald

PCLinuxOS Gnome Zen Mini

Wallpaper: custom, "inspired" by Relaxing Clean

Theme: Equinox Evolution Light

Icons: Faenza Cupertino

Programs: Avant Window Navigator for "wingpanel" to hold the systray, Dockbar-X for superbar, Mint Menu, gnome panel and clock, desktop icon tweaks

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Other than the obnoxiously large icons and cluttered bottom panel (dock?), I love it. GJ as always, Sy.

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Syanide

I actually removed the icons altogether right after posting this. Have no idea why I left them in the first place.

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bjoswald

Ubuntu 10.10

Theme: Clearlooks

Font: Droid Sans

Wallpaper: Space Fun

Celebrating the release of Debian 6!

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Syanide

Playing with CrunchBang in VirtualBox. Pretty little thing.

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+Frank B.

Debian 6.0 'Squeeze' running in VirtualBox

GTK theme: Clearlooks Classic

Metacity theme: Indubstrial

Icon theme: Faenza

UI font: Ubuntu, 9 pt

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ncc50446

Mandriva 2010.2

Wallpaper: Not sure, found on here a while ago. Included.

Theme: Plasma Oxygen Transparent

Could someone also let me know how to include a pic, without it loading? (The background, so included and I don't have to be asked, but not load) Thanks :)

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mps69

New install of Ubuntu 10.10, it's taken a little bit of getting used but it's finally running the way I like it.

Wallpaper - Aurore Borealis

Icons - Faenza

theme - Elementary

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Clean

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Dirty

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bjoswald

I'm seeing more Linux desktops lately. :)

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Gerowen

New install of Ubuntu 10.10, it's taken a little bit of getting used but it's finally running the way I like it.

Wallpaper - Aurore Borealis

Icons - Faenza

theme - Elementary

What panel is that?

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TangoEight

Mandriva 2010.2

Wallpaper: Not sure, found on here a while ago. Included.

Theme: Plasma Oxygen Transparent

Could someone also let me know how to include a pic, without it loading? (The background, so included and I don't have to be asked, but not load) Thanks :)

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Awesome wallpaper (Y)

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mps69

What panel is that?

It is not a panel, it's AWN dock, the latest beta version

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andy_rose

New install of Ubuntu 10.10, it's taken a little bit of getting used but it's finally running the way I like it.

Wallpaper - Aurore Borealis

Icons - Faenza

theme - Elementary

I notice you are missing the gtkrc theme to make the breadcumbs look as it should.

To fix it:

Open Terminal and copy-paste commands line by line:

cd

wget http://gnaag.k2city.eu/nautilus-breadcrumbs-hack.tar.gz

tar -xvf nautilus-breadcrumbs-hack.tar.gz

Now restart and watch the difference:)

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rpared01

This is what i have on my laptop(HP 6910p):

Ubuntu 10.10

Wallpaper - Ubuntu Blue

Icons - Faenza

theme - Ambiance

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Verdelite

Here is mine, been the same way for a few weeks now, ubuntu and gnome.

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bjoswald

Here is mine, been the same way for a few weeks now, ubuntu and gnome.

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Love the wallpaper. :)

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