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Re: What does your desktop look like?

#5701 Post by bester69 »

Human being desktop.. :shock:

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

#5702 Post by Lonewolf71 »

Zoot wrote: 2020-04-13 18:51 I tried out a new Stretch install with the Xfce desktop on a now 12 year old laptop that took me through college back in the day just to amuse myself during the lockdown here in Ireland.

I'm really surprised at how well it runs. It still can hang a little if you try to do too much at once, but it's light-years faster than Windows 10 on the same machine.

I figured Buster might be too much, but given how perfectly usable the Stretch install is I probably should have installed that. The 720p resolution can be a bit of a pain at times mind you.

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

#5703 Post by wizard10000 »

Mine hasn't changed much but I haven't posted it in awhile :)

Sid with openbox. Menus are jgmenu, which I find considerably more friendly than openbox menus :)

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

#5704 Post by Lonewolf71 »

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MATE Terminal (Neofetch) & Tilda Terminal at the top at boot.
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My Login Screen (cool right?) 8)
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

#5705 Post by tzf »

hi guys!

my first post on https://forums.debian.net/

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~/.conkyrc

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--[[

###########################
### credit = kintoandar ###
###########################

]]

conky.config = {

--  Create own window instead of using desktop
	own_window = true,
	own_window_transparent = true,
	own_window_type = 'override',
	own_window_hints = 'undecorated,below,skip_taskbar',
	background = true,

--  Use double buffering
	double_buffer = true,

--  fiddle with window
	use_spacer = right,
	use_xft = true,

--  Update interval in seconds
	update_interval = 1.0,

--  Minimum size of text area
	minimum_size = '160 5',
	maximum_width = 400,

--  Draw shades?
	draw_shades = false,

--  Text stuff
	draw_outline = false, -- amplifies text if yes
	draw_borders = false,

	uppercase = false, --  set to yes if you want all text to be in uppercase

--  Stippled borders
--  stippled_borders 8

--  border margins
--  border_margin 4

--  border width
--  border_width 1

--  Default colors and also border colors
	default_color = '#ebcb8b',
	default_shade_color = 'black',
	default_outline_color = '#ebcb8b',

	own_window_colour = black,
	own_window_transparent = true,

--  Text alignment
	alignment = 'top_left',

--  Gap between borders of screen and text
	gap_x = 20,
	gap_y = 10,

--  stuff after 'TEXT' will be formatted on screen
	override_utf8_locale = true,
	xftfont = 'Glitch Slap:size=12',
	xftalpha = 0.8,

};

conky.text = [[
${voffset 5}${color #d8dee9}${font forkawesome:pixelsize=50}$alignc 
${color #d8dee9}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=19}$alignc${time %A %d %B %Y}
${color #d8dee9}${font Glitch Slap :style=Medium Italic:pixelsize=33}$alignc${time %H:%M}${font}${color}
${voffset 5}${color #d8dee9}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}${font forkawesome:pixelsize=21}${font}${hr 2}
${goto 6}${voffset 6}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}${font conkycolorslogos:size=37}d${font}${goto 55}${voffset -25}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}$machine
${goto 55}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}Kernel: ${kernel}
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}Uptime: ${color #d8dee9}$alignr$uptime

${voffset 5}${color #d8dee9}${font forkawesome:pixelsize=21}${voffset -3}${font}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}${hr 2}${color}

${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}CPU:${color #d8dee9} $cpu% $alignr${color #d8dee9}Temp: ${color #d8dee9}${exec sensors | grep 'Package id' | awk '{print $4}'}
${color #d8dee9} ${offset 0}${cpugraph 15,255 666666 bbbbbb}
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}CPU top:
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9} ${top name 1}$alignr${top_mem cpu 1}%
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9} ${top name 2}$alignr${top cpu 2}%
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9} ${top name 3}$alignr${top cpu 3}%

${voffset 5}${color #d8dee9}${font forkawesome:pixelsize=21}${voffset -3}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}${hr 2}${color}

${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}Mem:  ${color #d8dee9} $memperc% $alignr${color #d8dee9}$mem/$memmax
${color #d8dee9} ${offset 0}${membar 5,255}
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}Swap: ${color #d8dee9} $swapperc% $alignr${color #d8dee9}$swap/$swapmax
${color #d8dee9} ${offset 0}${swapbar 5,255}
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}Mem top:
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9} ${top_mem name 1}$alignr${top_mem mem 1}%
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9} ${top_mem name 2}$alignr${top_mem mem 2}%
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9} ${top_mem name 3}$alignr${top_mem mem 3}%

${voffset 5}${color #d8dee9}${font forkawesome:pixelsize=21}${voffset -3}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}${hr 2}${color}

${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}/:  $alignr${color #d8dee9}${fs_free /} free
${offset 0} ${color #d8dee9} ${fs_bar 5,250 /}
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}/home: $alignr${color #d8dee9}${fs_free /home} free
${offset 0} ${color #d8dee9} ${fs_bar 5,250 /home}

${voffset 5}${color #d8dee9}${font forkawesome:pixelsize=21}${voffset -3}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}${hr 2}${color}

${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}Signal: ${color #d8dee9}${wireless_link_bar 5,200 wlp2s0}
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}Up:${color #d8dee9}${upspeed wlp2s0}${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}$alignr Down:${color #d8dee9}${downspeed wlp2s0}
${color #d8dee9} ${offset 0}${upspeedgraph wlp2s0 15,125 666666 bbbbbb}${color #d8dee9} ${offset 0}${downspeedgraph wlp2s0 15,125 666666 bbbbbb}
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}Up:${color #d8dee9}${totalup wlp2s0}${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}$alignr Down:${color #d8dee9}${totaldown wlp2s0}

${voffset 5}${color #d8dee9}${font Material Icons:pixelsize=25}${voffset -3}${font Glitch Slap :pixelsize=17}${hr 2}${color}

${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}Battery: ${color #d8dee9} ${battery_percent BAT1}% $alignr${battery_time BAT1}
${color #d8dee9} ${offset 0}${battery_bar BAT1 3,100}
${offset 0}${color #d8dee9}Temp:  $alignr${acpitemp}*C
]];

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

#5706 Post by eor2004 »

The desktop, that debian swirl on the wallpaper I added it myself using Inkscape, hope you like it!
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MATE & Tilix terminals
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Dropdown terminals, Guake terminal at the top & Tilda at the bottom
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Brisk Menu & Caja File Manager
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MATE System Monitor & Control Center
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GSmartControl & Psensor (To monitor HDD health & system temperatures)
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Firefox with "Duck Duck Go" Search (Not Google's) for privacy reasons!
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... And That's All Folks, thanks for watching!
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Re: What does your desktop look like?

#5707 Post by eor2004 »

@ Lonewolf71, very nice Mate desktop customization!
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#5708 Post by wizard10000 »

Added remote conky so I could monitor home server - clickable thumbnail below :)

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#5709 Post by wizard10000 »

switched from lxpanel to polybar, removed local conky and added server conky. clickable fullscreen thumnail :)

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Re: What does your desktop look like?

#5710 Post by eor2004 »

wizard10000 wrote: 2021-07-29 18:09 switched from lxpanel to polybar, removed local conky and added server conky. clickable fullscreen thumnail :)

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Nice setup Wizard!
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#5711 Post by craigevil »

DE: MATE 1.24.1
WM: Metacity (Marco)
Theme: Sweet-Dark [GTK2/3]
Icons: BeautyLine [GTK2/3]
Wallpaper: Sweet-Space

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#5712 Post by eor2004 »

craigevil wrote: 2021-07-31 21:34 DE: MATE 1.24.1
WM: Metacity (Marco)
Theme: Sweet-Dark [GTK2/3]
Icons: BeautyLine [GTK2/3]
Wallpaper: Sweet-Space

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😲 Very nice MATE setup Craig, excellent! 👍
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#5713 Post by wizard10000 »

And I'm done ricing for now - here's where I ended up :)

polybar up top has almost unlimited potential I and learned to have openbox allow other windows to overlap the bar since I haven't fouind a non-glitchy autohide script :)

The foreground window is spacevm for my account, the background is root's account - root got a red icon theme.

The conky that's running on the right is conky over ssh and is running on my home server so I can monitor it.

cheers -

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#5714 Post by cds60601 »

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#5715 Post by a3e6u9 »

Debian Bullseye with openbox/tint2/rox-filer:
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#5716 Post by wizard10000 »

tweaked conky and polybar - clickable thumbnail :)

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#5717 Post by craigevil »

New Debian Bullseye Wallpaper:
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#5718 Post by eor2004 »

craigevil wrote: 2021-08-14 15:34 New Debian Bullseye Wallpaper:
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Very nice wallpaper indeed! 👍
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#5719 Post by wizard10000 »

eor2004 wrote: 2021-08-14 21:55Very nice wallpaper indeed! 👍
Yeah, it is nice.

Reading Debian's microblog this morning I learned there were only 19 entries for a Bullseye theme. I remember when Debian put out the call for art, I sure thought there would be more theme entries than that.
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#5720 Post by Hallvor »

wizard10000 wrote: 2021-08-14 22:42
eor2004 wrote: 2021-08-14 21:55Very nice wallpaper indeed! 👍
Yeah, it is nice.

Reading Debian's microblog this morning I learned there were only 19 entries for a Bullseye theme. I remember when Debian put out the call for art, I sure thought there would be more theme entries than that.
I still can't get over the fact that the "Spacefun" theme actually pulled off a win. :lol:
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