What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

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

#1181 Post by ruffwoof »

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:@ruffwoof, use -current for a desktop system and stay on top of the API changes, it becomes just like Arch then ;)

Also, people are expecting screenshots here rather than a discussion so...
So would syspatch (for core) and pkg_add -u (for third party progs) generally suffice for a desktop setup? (I've not used Arch).

OpenBSD 6.2 with jwm and pcmanfm --desktop

Large date/clock is one gkrellm, another (showing CPU usage/pulsing bar) gkrellm in bottom left sized to blend in with the reduced width tray (running programs show as icons starting to just right of that), so that still visible when programs are maximised.

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Up/Down arrows just right of radiotray (left of tray clock/calendar) is for sound up/down i.e. keybinds and tray buttons (in ~/.jwmrc) of

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<TrayButton popup="" icon="/usr/local/share/icons/Adwaita/48x48/actions/view-sort-ascending.png">exec:mixerctl outputs.master=-12</TrayButton>
        <TrayButton popup="" icon="/usr/local/share/icons/Adwaita/48x48/actions/view-sort-descending.png">exec:mixerctl outputs.master=+12</TrayButton>
<Key mask="C" key="Up">exec:mixerctl outputs.master=+12</Key>
<Key mask="C" key="Down">exec:mixerctl outputs.master=-12</Key>

Print screen is set to capture screen to mtpaint after a 3 sec delay

<Key mask="" key="Print">exec:sleep 3;mtpaint -s</Key>

Clock in tray is set so left click acts as showdesktop toggle and right click activates the menu (in keeping with how right clicking osmo offers calendar/notes ...etc and right clicking libreoffice -quickstart offers word processor, spreadsheet ... etc.).

I've no shutdown option as running as user that doesn't have the authority to shutdown, a quick press of the PC's power button triggers a shutdown action. xenodm is set to autlogin as user.

As Head_on_a_Stick says, runs very quiet/light/cool. htop shows 0% for all 4 of my cores when the PC is idle. All works fine with my hardware (Acer Aspire 2GB AMD Phenom Quad with Radeon ATI HD3200). Wasn't so good when I had a nvidia 8600GT pci plugged in/being used (worked but graphics such as moving windows around were a little sluggish), so I just removed that and fell back to using the onboard ATI which works fine (OK video playback, moving windows around ...etc.).

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

#1182 Post by None1975 »

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:Well, NVIDIA do not supply their source code (unlike AMD & Intel) so it is not surprising the support in OpenBSD is rather poor, no?
Hello. I understand it. But what about open source video drivers for Nvidia cards? I mean Nouveau.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1183 Post by GarryRicketson »

archimboldo wrote:Arch linux
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Nice screen shot, looks good.
This is a script I use , to change my backgrounds:
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1184 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

None1975 wrote:But what about open source video drivers for Nvidia cards? I mean Nouveau.
The opinion of the OpenBSD developers is that the existence of the nouveau drivers encourages NVIDIA to keep their code closed so they have no interest in investing any time and effort into it.

Anyway, the OpenBSD DRM tree has been synchronised with Linux so perhaps you could try porting nouveau yourself... :mrgreen:

@ruffwoof, syspatch(8) is only for -stable, to update -current boot from the ramdisk kernel (type bsd.rd and press <Return> at the boot prompt) and select "Upgrade" from the menu then reboot and run `pkg_add -u` to bring your ports up to date.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1185 Post by ruffwoof »

Thanks

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

#1186 Post by None1975 »

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:The opinion of the OpenBSD developers is that the existence of the nouveau drivers encourages NVIDIA to keep their code closed so they have no interest in investing any time and effort into it.Anyway, the OpenBSD DRM tree has been synchronised with Linux so perhaps you could try porting nouveau yourself... :mrgreen:
Thank you for the answer. I have no interest in investing any time and effort into porting nouveau for OpenBSD.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1187 Post by ruffwoof »

OpenBSD 6.2 fvwm with stalonetray (tray for osmo, radiotray and libreoffice -quickstart icons/launchers). Added up and down sound volume level buttons to fvwm buttons

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*FvwmButtons "S Up"		arrup2.xpm 	exec mixerctl outputs.master=+12
*FvwmButtons "S Down"		arrdown2.xpm 	exec mixerctl outputs.master=-12
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Seems to work better/quicker when using the likes of libre spreadsheet than under other wm's (perhaps as all integral to the openbsd core package).

fvwm takes a little getting used to compared to jwm/xfce/lxde/kde type panel/layout, but highly configurable and nice to use after you do become more familiar with the ergonomics.

Nice and easy. Install OpenBSD base system (that unlike freebsd comes pre-configured and ready to go) ... use the inbuilt fvwm and just pkg_add firefox-esr, libreoffice, osmo, mpv, mtpaint, xfe and stalonetray ... and you have a reasonable desktop system ready to go (calendar, diary, notes, office suite (wordprocessor, spreadsheet ...etc), browser (pdf reader), filemanager (xfe), video player (mpv), calculator, text editor (xfw), paint program (mtpaint) ... etc.

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

#1188 Post by ruffwoof »

OpenBSD 6.2 running twm

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There's a lot to be said for the elegance of sheer simplicity :)

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

#1189 Post by debiman »

ruffwoof wrote:There's a lot to be said for the elegance of sheer simplicity :)
twm can be made to look a little better than that...
from my crashed blog:
http://dt.iki.fi/stuff/twm.png

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

#1190 Post by None1975 »

debiman wrote:twm can be made to look a little better than that...
Very nice, debiman :)
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1191 Post by GarryRicketson »

Not very pretty yet, just installed, Minix 3 on QEMU VM, OpenBsd is the host.
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It is working good though, and ssh / sftp access to other servers, is great.

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

#1192 Post by ruffwoof »

twm can be made to look a little better than that...
:) Trying.

Dropping the icons and iconbar is a start in the right direction IMO.

Default boot desktop
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That's a stalonetray (tray) at top of screen and two xclocks below that (one showing the analogue clock the other is set to digital and shows the date). Background image is a simple 1010111 type bitmap

I've set the desktop left mouse press to show current open (active or 'iconified) windows, the middle mouse press shows a volume level selection menu, right mouse press shows the twm (main menu). That right mouse for menu matches right mouse clicking the three tray icons that respectively show osmo's choices (calendar/notes...etc), my own menu set choices (green liquid in a bottle icon that clicking shows firefox, xterm ...etc) and the third is LibreOffice -quickstart menu choices (spreadsheet, word processor ...etc).

Window title buttons have the 'iconify' at far left (window disappears totally other than being viewable via left mouse on the desktop), the X next to that is close window; On the right there's the resize (furthest right and next to that a zoom full screen/restore toggle.

This next image is a composite collection of the various menus all merged into a single shot

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The pkg_info -mz shows all of the total installed packages ... 9 shown, but one (quirks) is a system security package i.e. not installed by me. i.e. the total number of things installed on top of the base OpenBSD 6.2 system (that includes X and twm ....etc).

To get my own menu into the green liquid tray icon I installed yad and I'm using a notification loop that presents menu/command pairs

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Likely not anywhere near the best choice of code/script, but my coding ability is limited to more or less hunting around for examples that might fit and adapting that accordingly (for example I had to look up how to do a while loop).

Nice simple layout for the casual browsing type user (mostly mouse). If I were a more keyboard/desk or laptop user I'd probably go with cwm. For just 8 packages, two of which are small anyway (yad and stalonetray) that's quite a functional desktop setup IMO (browsing/pdf/office/calendar/diary/tasks/file management/video/audio/image editing ...etc.) and runs incredibly well on my 10+ year old hardware (2GB quad).

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

#1193 Post by pawRoot »

I dont know how you people can stand those 80's graphics :D
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1194 Post by ruffwoof »

Modified the icon in the desktop I posted ealier along with extending the yad based drop down menu that I add to stalonetray alongside the drop down menu icons for osmo and libre.

A neat feature is that middle mouse clicking the title bar of a window throws it backwards, so the stalonetray and xclock show through. Handy when you're viewing a web page with the window maximised as a quick way to launch other programs. Left click title bar, right click one of the three stalonetray icons ... and select what you want from the drop down menu. Click the maximised windows title bar again and normal browser viewing resumes (brings it forward again).

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#!/bin/sh
# For OpenBSD 6.2.
#Requires yad and stalonetray (pkg_add yad stalonetray)
yad --notification --text="" \
--image=applications-office \
--separator="\\n" \
--menu="xfe!xfe
Firefox!firefox-esr
xterm!xterm -T "XTERM"
xcalc!xcalc
xfw!xfw
mtpaint!mtpaint 
QUIT!/tmp/killtrayapps" \
--command='xmessage "    Use right mouse click to activate menu    "' &
PID=$!
echo "#!/bin/sh" >/tmp/killtrayapps
echo "kill -s HUP $PID" >>/tmp/killtrayapps
echo "rm /tmp/killtrayapps" >>/tmp/killtrayapps
chmod +x /tmp/killtrayapps
I have it set up so left mouse on the desktop shows a list of all windows ... that can be switched to (so like a portable iconbar but that has all windows listed), middle click is for volume adjustment, right click shows the twm menu, that is much the same as what the yad menu shows. No twm icons nor iconbar.

Have it in mind to perhaps set it up to have iconified windows also being added to the stalonetray. Either individually or perhaps under a single icon or maybe even groups of icons. Stalonetray has a neat feature where it has scrollbars so once the number of icons exceeds a specified maximum number you can scroll through them.

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

#1195 Post by GarryRicketson »

Minix 3 with fvwm
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Using Links, browser.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1196 Post by ruffwoof »

OpenBSD 6.2 twm with a colour theme added in

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Each programs window set to open with the title/border that colour matches its menu and icon colour

"Icon manager" set to top of screen, 5 wide before stepping down a row for the next 5 ... so a bit like a task bar.

~/.twmrc

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# num_lock is NOT a normal modifier like control or shift
# if on then key bindin combinations may not work
# use xfontsel to select a font
# -b&h-lucida-medium-r-*-*-20-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
# supports font size 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, 34 values
# and bold or medium weights (r regular and i italic slants)

Pixmaps
{
    #TitleHighlight "/home/user/.twm/bitmaps/solid.xbm"
    # Use a solid bitmap instead if you prefer

    # The solid.xbm file (that's commented out) is a a solid white image. 
    # The entire file looks like this:
    #
    #  #define solid_width 8
    #  #define solid_height 8
    #  static char solid_bits[] = {
    #  0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 
    #  0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff};
}

#NoTitleHighlight
NoGrabServer
AutoRelativeResize
RestartPreviousState
DecorateTransients
UsePPosition			"on"
TitleFont 			"-b&h-lucida-bold-r-*-*-20-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
ResizeFont 			"-b&h-lucida-medium-r-*-*-20-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
MenuFont 			"-b&h-lucida-medium-r-*-*-20-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
#MenuFont 			"-*-helvetica-medium-r-*-*-24-*-*-*-p-*-*-*"
IconFont 			"-b&h-lucida-medium-r-*-*-20-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
IconManagerFont 		"-b&h-lucida-medium-r-*-*-20-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
#ClientBorderWidth
#"-adobe-helvetica-bold-r-normal--*-120-*-*-*-*-*-*"
#"-adobe-helvetica-medium-r-normal-*-*-140-*-*-*-*-*-*"
#-*-helvetica-medium-r-*-*-24-*-*-*-p-*-*-*

BorderWidth 			6 	# Number of pixels for border around entire window
FramePadding 			1 	# Number of pixels between titlebar buttons & frame
TitlePadding 			2 	# Number of pixels around title buttons
MenuBorderWidth 		3 	# Number of pixels for menu border
NoMenuShadows 				# No shadow behind the menu
#SqueezeTitle                   	# Squeezes title (making it look like a 'tab' (as in twm)
ButtonIndent 			0
TitleButtonBorderWidth 		0  	# Number of pixels for button border
TitleJustification 		"left"
#FramePadding 1 # Margin beetwen decorations and border in title.

# If a title button is defined here then it is shown/used
#LeftTitleButton 		"resize.xbm" 	= f.resize
#RightTitleButton 		"minimize.xbm" 	= f.iconify
# full zoom leads to having to double click so removed
RightTitleButton 		"maximize.xbm" 	= f.fullzoom
#LeftTitleButton 		"close.xbm" 	= f.delete
# standard (inbuilt i.e. /usr/X11R6/include/X11/bitmaps close button)
LeftTitleButton 		"xlogo11" 	= f.delete

# Iconified windows icons can be used if ForceIcons is set
IconDirectory 			"/home/user/.twm/bitmaps"
ForceIcons
Icons {
   "XTerm" 			"xlogo16"
   "xfe" 			"folder"
   "libreoffice" 		"libre.xbm"
   "mtpaint" 			"paint"
   "xfi" 			"paint.xbm"
   "xfw" 			"notes"
}

# Show window content as move window
OpaqueMove

RandomPlacement			# auto start rather than wire frame/grid

RestartPreviousState		# Store state across restarts

#NoIconManagers
ShowIconManager
#SortIconManager
IconManagerGeometry 		"1280x5+0+0" 5		# strip across top
IconRegion 			"1000x20+0+2" North East 100 10
#IconifyByUnmapping     # no icons if uncommented 
IconBorderWidth 		1   			# Default is 2


# Border on unfocused windows. 
#
# If we define both of these to the same colour, we get a solid
# border. Otherwise stippled.
BorderTileBackground 		"#000000"
BorderTileForeground 		"#000000"


NoTitle 			{ "TWM Icon Manager" "xmessage" "xload" "xclock" "oclock" "WorkSpaceManager" }
NoBorder 			{ "TWM Icon Manager" "mpv" "xmessage" "xload" "WorkSpaceManager" "xclock" "oclock" }
NoHighlight 			# global i.e. following commented out	{ "xmessage" "xload" "WorkSpaceManager" "xclock" "oclock" }
IconManagerDontShow 		{ "xclock" "oclock" "stalonetray" "xeyes" "WorkSpaceManager" }

Color
{
    BorderColor 		"#000000" 
               {
 						"xcalc" 		"#494949"
						"Firefox"	 	"brown"
						"mtpaint"		"orange"
						"osmo"			"yellow"
						"xfw" 			"blue"
						"xfe" 			"blue"
						"libreoffice-writer" 	"blue"
						"libreoffice-calc" 	"#006D00"
						"xterm"		 	"#494949"
						"soffice" 		"#DCDAD5"
						"LibreOffice" 		"#006D00"
		}

    DefaultBackground 		"#020a09"
    DefaultForeground 		"gray85"
    # Title default Title colour ... then with selective programs having other colours
    # Use xprop command to identify WM names such as XTerm ...etc.
    TitleBackground 		"#006D00" {
						"xcalc" 		"#494949"
						"Firefox"	 	"brown"
						"mtpaint"		"orange"
						"osmo"			"yellow"
						"xfw" 			"blue"
						"xfe" 			"blue"
						"libreoffice-writer" 	"blue"
						"xterm"		 	"#494949"
						"mpv" 			"black"
					  }
    TitleForeground 		"white"   {
						"mtpaint"		"black"
						"osmo"			"black"
					  }
    MenuBackground 		"#020a09"
    MenuForeground 		"#00FF00"
    MenuBorderColor 		"slategrey"
    MenuTitleBackground 	"#005B5B"
    MenuTitleForeground 	"white"
    IconBackground 		"#020a09" 
    IconForeground 		"gray85" {
						"xcalc" 		"white"
						"Firefox"	 	"brown"
						"mtpaint"		"orange"
						"osmo"			"yellow"
						"xfw" 			"blue"
						"xfe" 			"blue"
						"libreoffice-writer" 	"blue"
						"libreoffice-calc" 	"#006D00"
						"xterm"		 	"white"
						"soffice" 		"#DCDAD5"
						"LibreOffice" 		"#006D00"
					}
    IconBorderColor 		"#000000"
    IconManagerBackground 	"#020a09"
    IconManagerForeground 	"gray85" {
						"xcalc" 		"white"
						"Firefox"	 	"brown"
						"mtpaint"		"orange"
						"osmo"			"yellow"
						"xfw" 			"blue"
						"xfe" 			"blue"
						"libreoffice-writer" 	"blue"
						"libreoffice-calc" 	"#006D00"
						"xterm"		 	"white"
						"soffice" 		"#DCDAD5"
						"LibreOffice" 		"#006D00"
					}
    IconManagerHighlight	"slategrey"
}

#
# Define some useful functions for motion-based actions.
#
MoveDelta 2

NoRaiseOnMove
NoRaiseOnResize

Function "move-or-lower" 	{ f.move f.deltastop f.lower 	}
Function "move-or-raise" 	{ f.move f.deltastop f.raise 	}
Function "move-or-iconify" 	{ f.move f.deltastop f.iconify 	}
Function "deiconify-raise" 	{ f.deiconify f.raise	 	}

Button3 = 			  : root 	: f.menu "defops"
Button2 = 			  : root 	: f.menu "Volume"
Button1 = 			  : root 	: f.menu "TwmWindows"

Button1 = 			m : window|icon : f.function "move-or-lower"
Button2 = 			m : window|icon : f.iconify
Button3 = 			m : window|icon : f.function "move-or-raise"

Button1 = 			  : title 	: f.function "move-or-raise"
#Button1 =			  : title 	: f.function "raise-lower-move"
Button2 = 			  : title 	: f.delete
Button3 = 			  : title 	: f.raiselower

Button1 = 			  : icon 	: f.function "move-or-iconify"
Button2 = 			  : icon 	: f.delete
Button3 = 			  : icon 	: f.iconify

Button1 = 			  : iconmgr 	: f.function "deiconify-raise"
Button2 = 			  : iconmgr 	: f.delete
Button3 = 			  : iconmgr 	: f.iconify


DefaultFunction 				  f.nop

#
# define key bindings
#
# run 'xmodmap' ... to see keys
# Key bindings (m = ALT, c = control so
#"l" = c | m : all : f.exec "xscreensaver-command -lock &"
# is ctrl-alt-l key combination
# focus must be on root window (not a program window)

"Tab" 				= m 	: all 	: f.circleup
"Print" 			= 	: all 	: f.exec "/home/user/bin/snap3sec &"
"Super_R" 			= 	: all 	: f.fullzoom
"Menu" 				= 	: all 	: f.exec "xfe /home/user/bin &"

#"F21"				=	: all	: f.warpring "next"
#"F22"				=	: all	: f.warptoiconmgr ""
#"F23"				=	: all	: f.raiselower
#"Num_Lock"			=	: all	: f.iconify
#"F24"				=	: all	: f.warpto "xmh"
#"F25"				=	: all	: f.warpto "[expo]"
#"F26"				=	: all	: f.warpto "emacs"
#"KP_Subtract"			= mod5	: all	: f.colormap "prev"
#"KP_Add"			= mod5	: all	: f.colormap "next"
#"KP_Enter"			= mod5	: all	: f.colormap "default"
#"Left"				= m	: all	: f.backiconmgr
#"Right"			= m	: all	: f.forwiconmgr
#"Up"				= m	: all	: f.upiconmgr
#"Down"				= m	: all	: f.downiconmgr
#"Left"				= mod5	: all	: f.warpring "prev"
#"Right"			= mod5	: all	: f.warpring "next"

#
# And a menus with the usual things
#
# Colour after menu name is highlight colours foreground/background respectively
# colour after a menu entry name is for the unhighlighted foreground/background
# colours for that entry

menu "defops" ( "#020a09" : "#92FF92"  )
{
   "MAIN MENU"					f.title
   "FILES"		( "white" : "blue"    )	!"xfe &"
   "xTERM"		( "white" : "#494949" )	!"/usr/bin/env LANG=en_GB.UTF-8 /usr/X11R6/bin/xterm &"
   "Firefox-esr" 	( "white" : "brown"   )	!"firefox-esr &"
   ""						f.nop
   "Text Editor" 	( "white" : "blue"    )	!"xfw &"
   "Calc" 		( "white" : "#494949" )	!"xcalc &"
   "Paint" 		( "black" : "orange"  )	!"mtpaint &"
   ""						f.nop
   "Libre Spreadsheet"	( "white" : "#009200" )	!"libreoffice5.2 -calc &"
   "Libre Writer"	( "white" : "blue"    )	!"libreoffice5.2 -writer &"
   "Osmo Calendar" 	( "black" : "yellow"  )	!"osmo &"
   ""						f.nop
   "Exit"		( "white" : "red"     ) f.quit
   ""						f.nop
   "Move"					f.move
   "Delete"					f.delete
   "Utilities Menu"				f.menu "Utilities"
}

menu "Utilities" ( "#020a09" : "#92FF92"  )
{
   "Utilities"					f.title
   "xedit" 					!"xedit &"
   "xfontsel" 					!"xfontsel &"
   "xloaD" 					!"xload -geometry =136x136+0+0 &"
   "xclipboard" 				!"xclipboard &"
   "xclock" 					!"xclock -padding 0 -fg white -bg SteelBlue4 -hd white -hl white &"
   "Top"					!"xterm -T Top -n Top -e top &"
   "Xman"					!"xman &"
   "Xmag"					!"xmag &"
   "Editres"					!"editres &"
   ""						f.nop
   "XLock"					!"xlock -mode random &"
   "Reset X defaults" 				!"xrdb -load $HOME/.Xdefaults"
   ""						f.nop
   "Window Ops Menu"   				f.menu "Window Ops"
}

menu "Volume"
{
   "Volume"					f.title
   " 100%"     					!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=255"
   "  95%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=242"
   "  90%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=230"
   "  85%"      	  			!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=217"
   "  80%"      	  			!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=204"
   "  75%"      	  			!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=191"
   "  70%"      	  			!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=179"
   "  65%"      	  			!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=166"
   "  60%"       	 			!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=153"
   "  55%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=140"
   "  50%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=128"
   "  45%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=115"
   "  40%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=102"
   "  35%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=89"
   "  30%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=77"
   "  25%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=64"
   "  20%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=51"
   "  15%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=38"
   "  10%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=26"
   "   5%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=13"
   "   0%"        				!"mixerctl -q outputs.master=0"
}

menu "Window Ops"
{
   "Windows Ops"				f.title
   "Iconify"					f.iconify
   "Resize"					f.resize
   "Move"					f.move
   "Raise"					f.raise
   "Lower"					f.lower
   ""						f.nop
   "Focus"					f.focus
   "Unfocus"					f.unfocus
   "Show Iconmgr"				f.showiconmgr
   "Hide Iconmgr"				f.hideiconmgr
   ""						f.nop
   "xev" 					!"xterm -h xev &"
   "xwininfo" 					!"xterm -h xwininfo &"
   "xprop" 					!"xterm -h xprop &"
   "Preferences Menu"  				f.menu "Preferences"

}

menu  "Preferences" {
   "Preferences"   				f.title
   "Bell Loud"     				!"xset b 80&"
   "Bell Normal"   				!"xset b on&"
   "Bell Off"      				!"xset b off&"
   "Click Loud"    				!"xset c 80&"
   "Click Soft"    				!"xset c on&"
   "Click Off"     				!"xset c off&"
   "Lock On"       				!"xset led on&"
   "Lock Off"      				!"xset led off&"
   "Mouse Fast"    				!"xset m 4 2&"
   "Mouse Normal"  				!"xset m 2 5&"
   "Mouse Slow"    				!"xset m 1 1&"
}

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

#1197 Post by GarryRicketson »

More Minix 3:
Working on the servers,
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1198 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

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Black Lives Matter

Debian buster-backports ISO image: for new hardware support

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

#1199 Post by n_hologram »

Trying freebsd :twisted:
Not sure what's going on with the memory readout, though.

https://i.imgur.com/2Sb6CzW.jpg
bester69 wrote:There is nothing to install in linux, from time to time i go to google searching for something fresh to install in linux, but, there is nothing
the crunkbong project: scripts, operating system, the list goes on...

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

#1200 Post by Nili »

Fedora (Workstation Edition)
Devuan (Testing)
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