What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-05-04 15:16

9front:

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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby None1975 » 2019-05-04 17:12

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:9front:

Nice and old school font!
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-05-05 10:23

^ Yeah, 9front rocks :)

Debian buster running under vmm(4):

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The RC1 installer worked fine, which is nice.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby GarryRicketson » 2019-05-13 01:54

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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby oswaldkelso » 2019-05-13 21:14

Dragora3 alpha i386

Only for the adventureus atm with lots of bass application still to built yet, not even a dedicated installer.

The packagemanager qi is neat. named after the chinese https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qi . I still call it "chee". :-)
The recipes fetch sources and build packages and allows multple versions of the same package with out interferance. In therory you can build Dragora packages and run them on other dristros without screwing with the default distro. like snaps or flatpak packages but with the benefit of always being able to look at and modifying the source as you do it. Don't try this at home unless you know what you're doing and have read and understood the manual http://www.dragora.org/manual/en/html_n ... ement.html

Dragora 3 has the init scheme divided into 2 parts to make it more reliable.
1 Process number 1 (sysvinit) is limited to manage the stages for boot and shutting down the system, but nothing more.
2 Supervisor service (Perp) The control of services is done using Perp only.

This way if the service supervisor dies the system should still run.

No X

Private + Shared = RAM used Program

44.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 44.5 KiB perpboot
64.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 64.5 KiB socklog
72.0 KiB + 1.5 KiB = 73.5 KiB crond
92.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 92.5 KiB perpd
124.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 124.5 KiB init
92.0 KiB + 54.5 KiB = 146.5 KiB dpid
120.0 KiB + 48.5 KiB = 168.5 KiB file.dpi
196.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 196.5 KiB acpid
76.0 KiB + 137.0 KiB = 213.0 KiB agetty (2)
184.0 KiB + 49.5 KiB = 233.5 KiB tinylog (9)
296.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 296.5 KiB rc.main
392.0 KiB + 184.5 KiB = 576.5 KiB dbus-daemon
544.0 KiB + 48.5 KiB = 592.5 KiB dhcpcd
532.0 KiB + 889.0 KiB = 1.4 MiB bash (2)
1.6 MiB + 184.5 KiB = 1.8 MiB wpa_supplicant
1.7 MiB + 666.0 KiB = 2.4 MiB udevd (2)
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8.3 MiB
=================================

DWM

Private + Shared = RAM used Program

44.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 44.5 KiB perpboot
64.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 64.5 KiB socklog
72.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 72.5 KiB crond
92.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 92.5 KiB perpd
124.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 124.5 KiB init
92.0 KiB + 36.5 KiB = 128.5 KiB dpid
96.0 KiB + 44.5 KiB = 140.5 KiB file.dpi
68.0 KiB + 114.5 KiB = 182.5 KiB rc.main
72.0 KiB + 114.5 KiB = 186.5 KiB startx
76.0 KiB + 111.0 KiB = 187.0 KiB agetty (2)
196.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 196.5 KiB acpid
184.0 KiB + 49.5 KiB = 233.5 KiB tinylog (9)
160.0 KiB + 225.5 KiB = 385.5 KiB xinit
272.0 KiB + 215.5 KiB = 487.5 KiB dbus-daemon
416.0 KiB + 98.5 KiB = 514.5 KiB dhcpcd
732.0 KiB + 913.5 KiB = 1.6 MiB bash (3)
1.6 MiB + 170.5 KiB = 1.7 MiB wpa_supplicant
1.5 MiB + 712.0 KiB = 2.2 MiB udevd (2)
2.3 MiB + 856.5 KiB = 3.2 MiB dwm
2.9 MiB + 828.5 KiB = 3.7 MiB st
7.7 MiB + 490.5 KiB = 8.2 MiB Xorg
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23.6 MiB
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Private + Shared = RAM used Program

44.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 44.5 KiB perpboot
64.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 64.5 KiB socklog
72.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 72.5 KiB crond
92.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 92.5 KiB perpd
92.0 KiB + 27.5 KiB = 119.5 KiB dpid
124.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 124.5 KiB init
120.0 KiB + 25.5 KiB = 145.5 KiB file.dpi
76.0 KiB + 96.0 KiB = 172.0 KiB agetty (2)
68.0 KiB + 114.5 KiB = 182.5 KiB rc.main
68.0 KiB + 114.5 KiB = 182.5 KiB startx
196.0 KiB + 0.5 KiB = 196.5 KiB acpid
184.0 KiB + 49.5 KiB = 233.5 KiB tinylog (9)
108.0 KiB + 151.5 KiB = 259.5 KiB xinit
152.0 KiB + 179.5 KiB = 331.5 KiB fittstool
272.0 KiB + 185.5 KiB = 457.5 KiB dbus-daemon
420.0 KiB + 88.5 KiB = 508.5 KiB dhcpcd
432.0 KiB + 982.5 KiB = 1.4 MiB icewm-session
728.0 KiB + 925.5 KiB = 1.6 MiB bash (3)
1.6 MiB + 162.5 KiB = 1.7 MiB wpa_supplicant
792.0 KiB + 1.0 MiB = 1.8 MiB icewmtray
1.5 MiB + 656.0 KiB = 2.2 MiB udevd (2)
1.8 MiB + 1.2 MiB = 3.0 MiB icewmbg
2.6 MiB + 468.5 KiB = 3.1 MiB xterm
4.1 MiB + 1.3 MiB = 5.4 MiB icewm
7.9 MiB + 429.5 KiB = 8.3 MiB Xorg
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31.5 MiB
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Anyway the desktop stuff

running icewm 1.4.2

terrible gif screenshot as I didn't compile in png support with shutterbug https://b2aeaa58a57a200320db-8b65b95250 ... source.gif
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Ash init thrakatulûk agh burzum-ishi krimpatul.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-05-17 09:07

From the sublime to the ridiculous:

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This operating system is utter rubbish, I may be wiping it soon.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby None1975 » 2019-05-17 12:48

Windows 10....You must be joking... :twisted:
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-05-17 14:59

None1975 wrote:You must be joking

The joke's on me — have you seen what their EULA lets them do? :cry:

It came pre-installed on my new Ryzen laptop, I was going to keep it 'cos I've already paid for it but it's annoying me so much I think it will have to go...

CS:GO has pretty much the same framerate under Debian buster anyway.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby ruffwoof » 2019-05-17 16:00

Fatdog 8.1
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usb multi-session (boots from and saves to the usb, that can be unplugged once booted, just reinserted to save (more often I don't save, as I store data on HDD/separately), so boot the exact same OS setup each/every time).

vlc top right. Two gkrellm's (one for battery and core/gpu temperatures, another for wireless lan activity). htop running in a non-decorated xterm window. Desktop icons and gkrellm windows positioned to blend in with the background wallpaper.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby None1975 » 2019-05-17 17:29

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:The joke's on me — have you seen what their EULA lets them do? :cry:

No, unfortunately I didn't see it....I'm avoiding this company ...
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby GarryRicketson » 2019-05-20 22:26

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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby GarryRicketson » 2019-06-04 19:03

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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby theblueplll » 2019-06-08 06:04

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:From the sublime to the ridiculous:

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This operating system is utter rubbish, I may be wiping it soon.


Well that just turned my stomach LoL.

Do you miss windows that much?
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-06-08 17:42

theblueplll wrote:Do you miss windows that much?

The only reason it's left now is because the firmware for the E485 is a pile of crap and I'm hoping Lenovo will fix it soon and correct their broken ACPI table.

But I've just found this so it looks like I may have some more drive space soon :twisted:
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

Postby pawRoot » 2019-06-08 22:50

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And my new gaming PC with Windows 10 :cry:

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