What does your desktop look like?

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby Nili » 2018-08-26 18:40

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:I do like systemd-{network,resolve}d but it is a bit of a memory hog... :roll:

systemd services are multiplied so much that i have to zoom out my eyes then start counting :)

7 so far, I believe the trend is ever in rising rather than falling.

Well atleast Club 100 is there. So, good job for keeping memory tightened tightly.
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2018-08-26 18:53

Nili wrote:systemd services are multiplied so much that i have to zoom out my eyes then start counting :)

Yes, I know what you mean but the functionality on offer is very impressive, for example querying my DNS stats:
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empty@hegel:~ $ systemd-resolve --statistics                         
DNSSEC supported by current servers: yes

Transactions
Current Transactions: 0
  Total Transactions: 70973

Cache
  Current Cache Size: 117
          Cache Hits: 27779
        Cache Misses: 45791

DNSSEC Verdicts
              Secure: 8653
            Insecure: 42095
               Bogus: 0
       Indeterminate: 0
empty@hegel:~ $

Note that DNSSEC is enabled :cool:

It would be possible to run my rig with just `wpa-supplicant` & `ip` but I like the integration of systemd's userland tools.
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby Nili » 2018-08-27 06:47

I do not deny that there are many useful features on systemd as long i used it in Debian 8.
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby freek » 2018-08-27 14:54

Found my old Dell Vostro 1720 laptop and spend some quality time with her .. :lol:

New install: Debian testing net-install, some necessaries, some configs from terminalforlife (https://github.com/terminalforlife) and bspwm (love it!)

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby Nili » 2018-08-29 19:09

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Wallpaper: Pokemon-Trainer-Selene
Edit: I mistakenly posted the image here, though Devuan within the family i see it.
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby langsholt » 2018-09-02 07:44

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby None1975 » 2018-09-08 13:47

After much thought, I decided to try out the window manager-Afterstep. I installed it and was dumbfounded. Desktop of the nineties;) But I liked it. And even very much. After the fuss with Xmonad, constant config file modification, etc. i decided to tear it all to hell, and stay on Afterstep. So far it looks like this (an empty desktop)

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Busy:

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Busy with menu:

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby Wheelerof4te » 2018-09-11 19:38

Mock fill:
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Clean/Wallpaper:
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby None1975 » 2018-09-18 15:28

I have a low-power machine. Raised Debian 9, which got up as native, and installed the lightweight window manager-FVWM.
Clean desktop:
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Atop and irssi:
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Screenfetch and binclock:
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Pcmanfm and ncmpcpp:
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Rofi:
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby Nili » 2018-09-18 16:34

Just wonderful None1975!
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby None1975 » 2018-09-18 17:40

Nili wrote:Just wonderful None1975!

Thank you, Nili!
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby None1975 » 2018-09-19 14:40

After some modifications, ncmpcpp now displays messages and album art as song changes.
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby Hallvor » 2018-09-19 15:42

This brings back memories...

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby Job » 2018-09-19 18:29

None1975 wrote:
Nili wrote:Just wonderful None1975!

Thank you, Nili!

I have to second that. Colors rofi and all mesh really nice. Good job None.
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

Postby ruffwoof » 2018-09-19 20:54

Stretch Live-boot. Auto logs into X as a user. Console/root runs tmux that looks very similar to the user's tmux layout (that autostarts). mc file and text editor. Openbox + xfce panel. Conky on right of screen.

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F12 set to step between tmux windows, F11 add's a new tmux window (in addition to F1 to F10 being used by mc).
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