What does your desktop look like?

If it doesn't relate to Debian, but you still want to share it, please do it here

Postby hcgtv » 2006-12-14 18:05

garrincha wrote:I somehow thought that your wallpaper looks familiar that I couldn't put my finger on. Now I know after looking at the bottom of the image in the link you posted - Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.

I came across it from a Digg post. I really liked the detail in it, so it became the default wallpaper on both my machines.
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Postby meon » 2006-12-16 20:54

My new laptop still has a clean look. I installed Debian Sid on it and this is of course the Gnome desktop.
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Postby ghostdawg » 2006-12-17 02:29

meon wrote:My new laptop still has a clean look. I installed Debian Sid on it and this is of course the Gnome desktop.

Yea I like gnome also. My screenshot here was from my 32bit debian with Fluxbox but since I have debian64 installed and some extra space, I have it setup with Gnome also. Nice and clean even with a default install.
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Postby marcoo99 » 2006-12-17 03:39

New install of debian etch. I have chose to make GNOME look more like KDE for the moment. I use GNOME with water vapor theme and nuovext-1.6 icons.

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Postby ethyrdude » 2006-12-17 07:28

Might as well post mine, it's a pretty simple fluxbox setup. Didn't like any of the styles, I find that most really tend to challenge my eyesight so I modified the artwiz theme and created artwizE.

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( I must admit, I prefer html to BBCode)
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Postby tukuyomi » 2006-12-17 09:26

Here is mine, runing Lenny and Gnome
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Postby Shanks » 2006-12-19 13:01

Very nice! So bright flower! :)
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Postby ethyrdude » 2006-12-19 22:51

Actually, I found a new trick with fluxbox, I now have several of my favorite desktops mod keyed so I can switch them at the snap or should I say click of the fingers. Alt 1 brings up my Monday desktop, alt 2, Tuesday, etc. Why stick with one desktop when you can have many?
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Postby muskrat » 2006-12-20 02:10

What is it about human nature? Just look at the length of this thread, everybody bragging my boots are better than yours. :lol:

How do they say, the only difference between men and boys are the price of thier toys!

All the same it's interesting and does have some good clips in the thread.
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Postby Lavene » 2006-12-20 04:21

muskrat wrote:What is it about human nature? Just look at the length of this thread, everybody bragging my boots are better than yours. :lol


No one is bragging or claiming anything. It's just a thread where you can show people (that is interested in seeing it) what your desktop looks like. It's not a competition because 'a great desktop' is very much a subjective thing. And it's also a place where people into desktop customization can share ideas.

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Postby steve1961 » 2006-12-20 12:59

Here's mine, Xfce on Etch.

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Postby thamarok » 2006-12-20 19:28

steve1961 wrote:Here's mine, Xfce on Etch.

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A very nice desktop.. The bottom dock-bar is a feature of XFCE, right?
(Just curious, because it's hard to find a good bottom dock-bar..)
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Postby steve1961 » 2006-12-21 09:43

A very nice desktop.. The bottom dock-bar is a feature of XFCE, right?
(Just curious, because it's hard to find a good bottom dock-bar..)


Thanks, yes it's just a standard Xfce desktop with a few custom launchers added.
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Postby S1NGH » 2006-12-26 19:36

could you post a link for that background you have ?
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Postby steve1961 » 2006-12-27 08:58

S1NGH wrote:@hellfire[bg] - could you post a link for that background you have ?


Can't remember where I originally got it, but found a copy at this link:

http://interfacelift.com/wallpaper/details.php?id=678
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