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#101 2010-11-06 21:28:47

JokerBoy
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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

tNjJrbQ

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#102 2010-11-06 22:06:12

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

No real change from last month.  I'm one of these people who prefer to do actual work rather than dick about with the latest eye-candy.  Or maybe that's just boring, but I find I get things done.  :).   So see:

fvwm-nov-2010-tn.png

You can see:

* FVWM (http://www.fvwm.org)
* Tmux (http://tmux.sf.net)
* XTerm (http://invisible-island.net/xterm/)
* Stalonetray (http://stalonetray.sf.net)
* Vimprobable (http://www.vimprobable.org)
* IRSSI (www.irssi.org)

And of course, some teddy bears.  :)

-- Thomas Adam

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#103 2010-11-06 23:31:22

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Nothing special. Nice and easy interface to work with. Using LXDE for my DE.

Ugkqjs.jpg

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#104 2010-11-07 01:58:49

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Been a while. Standard scrotwm+openbsd,

Clean

tNjJucg

Working

tNjJucw


"You know what I found? Right in the kernel, in the heart of the operating system, I found a developer's comment that said, `Does this belong here?`" -- Simon Lok about Linux kernel in 2005
Reflections on the Strange and the not so Strange
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#105 2010-11-07 03:52:49

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

tNjJvdg
Just trying out compiz++ checked out from git. Suprisingly, it's pretty stable until you enable the regex plugin. Dunno if that's fixed in the upcoming 0.9.2.1 release, but I sure hope it is.


For every problem, there is a solution that is:
Clean
Simple and most of all...wrong!
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#106 2010-11-07 03:55:27

frabjous
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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

ShadowKyogre wrote:

Just trying out compiz++ checked out from git. Suprisingly, it's pretty stable until you enable the regex plugin. Dunno if that's fixed in the upcoming 0.9.2.1 release, but I sure hope it is.

Thanks for the report: I had been curious about what people had thought of the 0.9 series. NIce looking screenie by the way.

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#107 2010-11-07 06:48:58

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Mine for November. Nothing fancy, only a color change.

th_Arch-GreenWall-Clean.jpg
th_Arch-GreenWall-Dirty.png

The GTK, OBtheme and BMpanel2 are from the Litestyle-Wise theme. The wallpaper can be found here.

I'm searching for a minimal conky config suitable for this. Something with clock and HDD status but not too big. Any recommendations?


Still practicing my english. Sorry for any mistakes.

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#108 2010-11-07 10:42:00

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

kittykatt wrote:

Love that background. Could you upload it somewhere? Haven't seen quite that combination of greys and the Arch logo before and I'd really like to see how it fits in with my desktop's theme.

Here you go:
tNjJydw

All credits go to the original author. Since I don't remember where I got it from, I uploaded it here.

Last edited by Unia (2010-11-07 10:42:09)


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#109 2010-11-07 11:15:18

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

4g68ol_th.png
9ard6r_th.png

New wallpaper, new fonts, icons, tweaked conky, and urxvt console.

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#110 2010-11-07 11:18:32

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Very nice, Cloudef! Could you please post the configuration script for the top bar?

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#111 2010-11-07 11:26:44

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Revelation60 wrote:

Very nice, Cloudef! Could you please post the configuration script for the top bar?

Thanks, It's a bit mess but here :
http://pastebin.com/b5S8gyDh
(Google aller fonts, if you want them.)

You probably need to tweak some things to suit your computer, like CPU / GPU temps, and Filesystems.
For CPU temps you also need sensors set up correctly.

To get the updates actually update, put something like this in your /etc/cron.hourly/

#!/bin/bash
pacman -Sy
return 0;

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#112 2010-11-07 16:35:17

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

@Cloudef /srv/http/Armpit/...    Classy, haha. Reminds me of a friend in school who used to program using turtle and platypus for variable names. I think he still does.

Things haven't changed much since I installed Arch and initially configured it. Openbox and tint2, with the Inspiration GTK theme. Recently installed the Ubuntu font. Simple and easy. Unfortunately, Photobucket mangles images pretty badly, so you can't get a great idea of how things look.

Busy
Clean

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#113 2010-11-07 17:20:11

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Cloudef wrote:
#!/bin/bash
pacman -Sy
return 0;

You don't want that return (unless I'm missing something about cron...)


This silver ladybug at line 28...

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#114 2010-11-07 18:21:52

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Cloudef wrote:

To get the updates actually update, put something like this in your /etc/cron.hourly/

#!/bin/bash
pacman -Sy
return 0;

Why not

#!/bin/bash
exec pacman -Sy

or

#!/bin/bash
pacman -Sy
exit

You can't use return outside of a function

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#115 2010-11-07 19:40:14

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Subtle wm :

tNjMwOQ

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#116 2010-11-07 20:10:53

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

ThomasAdam wrote:

No real change from last month.  I'm one of these people who prefer to do actual work rather than dick about with the latest eye-candy.  Or maybe that's just boring, but I find I get things done.  smile.

Hey, I do actual work and get things done... I just prefer to do it in a visually pleasing environment [=


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#117 2010-11-07 20:47:31

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

This is actually my second arch install, but the first one as the OS for my primary machine smile. It's still relatively new, and I moved from Ubuntu so I'm staying with a Gnome setup for now. I might go back to dwm after exams.

308wn7c.png
2mrxke8.png


Theme: mookid gtk and emerald
Icons: elementary
Font: Droid sans

EDIT: my bad. I only saw the thumbs were bigger than 250 after I upped, sorry

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#118 2010-11-07 21:11:35

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Unia wrote:
kittykatt wrote:

Love that background. Could you upload it somewhere? Haven't seen quite that combination of greys and the Arch logo before and I'd really like to see how it fits in with my desktop's theme.

Here you go:
http://ompldr.org/tNjJydw

All credits go to the original author. Since I don't remember where I got it from, I uploaded it here.

Much thanks! big_smile I'll probably be using it in my next screenshot.

Cloudef wrote:

http://i54.tinypic.com/4g68ol.png
http://i54.tinypic.com/9ard6r.png

New wallpaper, new fonts, icons, tweaked conky, and urxvt console.

Is that Tilda at the top?


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#119 2010-11-07 22:25:28

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

It doesn't get much cleaner than this in my system.. not gonna post layouts etc. again, they're on the first page of this forum anyway. I kinda like this new look, blue'ish.

vNjMyag

I rewrote the dzen scripts real quick, so others can use them (too much hardcoded before), and added some new icons - aswell as a new wall, and tab colors. I promise to get the configs up soon, I just have to write up a little guide on the xmonad stuff. Requires dzen xft, xmonad-darcs/contrib-darcs, haskell-xft, sm4tik icons etc. etc.

Thanks for hooolding, those I promised :-)

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#120 2010-11-08 01:18:38

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

valvet wrote:

It doesn't get much cleaner than this in my system.. not gonna post layouts etc. again, they're on the first page of this forum anyway. I kinda like this new look, blue'ish.



I rewrote the dzen scripts real quick, so others can use them (too much hardcoded before), and added some new icons - aswell as a new wall, and tab colors. I promise to get the configs up soon, I just have to write up a little guide on the xmonad stuff. Requires dzen xft, xmonad-darcs/contrib-darcs, haskell-xft, sm4tik icons etc. etc.

Thanks for hooolding, those I promised :-)

Wallpaper, please?


Still practicing my english. Sorry for any mistakes.

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#121 2010-11-08 02:15:41

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

Decided to tamper with my old XMonad configs. Maybe I'll actually update them. (Just not a fan of dynamic window handling... wish there was manual in XMonad).
th_2010_11_07-205919.pngth_2010_11_07-211914.png

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#122 2010-11-08 02:27:02

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

some-guy94 wrote:

You can't use return outside of a function

Not exactly. You can use return in the main body of a sourced file


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#123 2010-11-08 02:27:29

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

aleks223 wrote:

Your subtle install looks like it's coming along nicely.

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#124 2010-11-08 02:59:06

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

cleanthumb.png

dirtythumb.png

panel: tint 2
dm & wm: sawfish

Last edited by George.Harmony (2010-11-08 03:03:55)


Desktop:  Compiz Stand Alone w/ Cairo Dock.
Laptop:    Pekwm w/ Tint2
Jukebox:   MPD w/ cli
Gateway: Vuurmuur w/dialog

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#125 2010-11-08 03:52:18

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Re: November 2010 Screenshots

My setup has evolved a bit. :>

tNjM2cA


 

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