What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

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

#22 Post by traveler »

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Those are Debian. They belong in the other thread. We want to rock our awesome derivatives here. GTFO! :wink:
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#23 Post by Rifester »

Sorry, I am seriously considering switching to Hannah Montanna Linux.... The people at that forum are way nicer... O-M-G! :wink:

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#24 Post by traveler »

Rifester wrote:Sorry, I am seriously considering switching to Hannah Montanna Linux.... The people at that forum are way nicer... O-M-G! :wink:
Yes, but only if you own all the videos and know all the words to her songs. They'll call you out if you don't know your stuff...
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#25 Post by rivenathos »

Hannah Montana is waaaay too pinky-purplish for me. Is there a Pokemon Linux? :wink:
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rivenathos wrote:Hannah Montana is waaaay too pinky-purplish for me. Is there a Pokemon Linux? :wink:
Pokemon Linux (Pokebuntu) is under heavy development. Selecting the right color scheme and icons has proven to be a challenge for the developers.
Perhaps installing Pokemon Online over HM Linux will suffice for now?
http://pokemon-online.eu/forums/showthr ... p%29-linux
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#27 Post by anticapitalista »

Guess which OS? :)
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#28 Post by Hallvor »

rivenathos wrote:Hannah Montana is waaaay too pinky-purplish for me. Is there a Pokemon Linux? :wink:
Don't think so, but here is a Pokemon card:

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#30 Post by Bro.Tiag »

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#32 Post by traveler »

Working on a conky that will randomly display lolcat scripture.
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#33 Post by stoffepojken »

traveler wrote:Working on a conky that will randomly display lolcat scripture.
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Awesome work

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#34 Post by traveler »

stoffepojken wrote:
traveler wrote:Working on a conky that will randomly display lolcat scripture.
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Awesome work
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#35 Post by nadir »

check if blast can help you with that.

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#37 Post by debil »

traveler wrote:Working on a conky that will randomly display lolcat scripture.
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Nice but WAYYYY too small image to put in this thread...
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#38 Post by traveler »

debil wrote:
traveler wrote:Working on a conky that will randomly display lolcat scripture.
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Nice but WAYYYY too small image to put in this thread...
Oops! Better fix that...
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#39 Post by debil »

traveler wrote:
debil wrote:
traveler wrote:Working on a conky that will randomly display lolcat scripture.
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Nice but WAYYYY too small image to put in this thread...
Oops! Better fix that...
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Cheers! Much better now...
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#40 Post by 62chevy »

llivv wrote:
stoffepojken wrote:
62chevy wrote:That would be one of five in a VM. I always hear people ranting and raving about this thing and that thing so I try them and then never use them.

XP is the one I use most often when I cant get something to work in Linux or wine. Other than iTunes I've found something better in Debian or it just plain works in wine.
Post your XP screenshots. In this thread we have two rules. Not Debian and not thumbnails. We want non-free fullscreen stuff.
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