What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

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

#1201 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

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#1202 Post by GarryRicketson »

Nice Motor cycle, as well is the DE

On mine, I am confused,
Is it Minix, Debian , or OpenBsd ? The host is OpenBsd,
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#1203 Post by debiman »

Nili wrote:Image
Wallpaper: 18/104 Soft | Palette Color | monaco-font
beautiful as always!
you might want to add 1 or 2 px inner border to your terminal though.

also: link to actual image, not flickr page (had to enable javascript & jump through hoops to get at this).

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#1204 Post by Nili »

debiman wrote:beautiful as always!
you might want to add 1 or 2 px inner border to your terminal though.

also: link to actual image, not flickr page (had to enable javascript & jump through hoops to get at this).
Thanks mate ohnonot
I've tried a few times making URxvt internalBorder 2 ore more px, don't know why i go back to the point zero.
I get some good text/header alignement on a few cli apps if i set to 0. Maybe this is one of the reasons. Thanks for your acceptable suggestion though.

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#1205 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

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Not sure about the icons though :?:
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#1206 Post by Nili »

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:Not sure about the icons though :?:
Don't judge a book by its cover :P I like the file manager, is that Thunar or Mate FM?

Good work as it has always been!
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#1207 Post by GarryRicketson »

My guess is Thunar

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#1208 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

GarryRicketson wrote:Thunar
^ This :)

I have a sentimental attachment to it even though spacefm is better behaved, the gvfs+tumbler additions are always purged though :D
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#1211 Post by GarryRicketson »

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$ cat > like 
echo I like ksh
$ cat > thankyou
echo thankyou!
$ chmod +x like
$ chmod +x thankyou
$ like
I like ksh
thankyou!
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$ whoareyou
I am your pc
OpenBSD garry.garry.org 6.2 GENERIC.MP#2 amd64
Anything else ?
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#1212 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

Alpine Linux:

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Less than 40MiB for a 64-bit graphical desktop? Not bad...

EDIT: that shell is loksh, which is a Linux port of OpenBSD's ksh :)

Arch binaries are available here:

https://software.opensuse.org//download ... kage=loksh

They have been statically linked with musl libc (because GNU's libc version doesn't do static linking properly unless it is recompiled).

I will probably host a Debian package at some point.
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#1213 Post by GarryRicketson »

I saw this script in this thread: http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php? ... 16#p662145
So I made some small modifications, for "ksh" shell on OpenBsd, works
pretty good.

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It takes the screenshot, makes the thumbnail, then uploads it to my "storage" server. (also OpenBsd)
I decided I wanted it to prompt me for the name of the screen shot, so I can name the screen shot , as needed, also changed to use the 'import' command,
instead of 'xwd'
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#1214 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

OpenBSD-current, same setup as Alpine:

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It's using slightly more RAM than Alpine but it's got unbound running and a few other things as well so we'll call it a draw :D
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#1215 Post by oswaldkelso »

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Overview of [TBD] openbox, fittstool and tint2 and how they work together on Dragora GNU/Linux Libre running on a 10 year old Dell inspiron 530 core2 Duo with 3 GB ram. (rarely uses more than one)

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#1216 Post by alan stone »

^ Got curious after watching the screencast and found more details on your blog here and here. Interesting. Thanks. :)

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

#1217 Post by ruffwoof »

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:OpenBSD-current, same setup as Alpine
I've just switched over to OpenBSD-current (from -release) installed to bare metal. Downloaded bsd.rd to / (being in the uk I used a uk mirror https://www.mirrorservice.org/pub/OpenB ... ots/amd64/) booted that (at boot prompt entered boot boot.rd) and selected u (update), then pkg_add -u ... and quickly/relatively easily (mostly for me it was just accepting defaults) I'm now running with the latest version of firefox-esr ...etc.

Booting systemD (Debian Jessie) much less frequently now. OpenBSD now being my primary/default boot. Older version of firefox-esr as per the -release version was a concern for me, but now with switching over to -current resolving that :) :)

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

#1218 Post by GarryRicketson »

That's nice , but
What does your non-Debian desktop look like?
What does it look like ?
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1219 Post by ruffwoof »

I was fixing the missing thumbnail image link just as you posted Garry.

Like Oswald I favour maximised windows and switching between those. I don't enable multiple desktops, just keep it all in the single desktop, where I have twm set to use tabbed window title bars so that some desktop space is visible to the left of the tab, which when clicked (or menu button pressed + arrow keys to navigate) presents the panel (yad), tray (stalonetray in my case) and twm icon manager (tray). I've recently moved those around as per the image I posted i.e. over to the right screen edge.

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#1220 Post by GarryRicketson »

OK, thanks , I see it now,... interesting .

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