What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

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

#1621 Post by oswaldkelso »

Usual D2 but with evilwm with a few tweeks

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

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Devuan Beowulf 3.0.0

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#1624 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

@MasterJ, this is the *non*-Debian desktop thread :wink:

I've decided that wallpaper is bloat:

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Also switched to openrc-init as PID1 :)
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#1625 Post by MasterJ »

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:@MasterJ, this is the *non*-Debian desktop thread :wink:

I've decided that wallpaper is bloat:

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Also switched to openrc-init as PID1 :)
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#1626 Post by cuckooflew »

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#1628 Post by cuckooflew »

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#1629 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

Alpine Linux again, fixed the paper-icon-theme package so that it shows all icons in thunar:

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In case anyone is interested, make a local package with the '--buildtype=plain' option removed from the build() function in the APKBUILD.
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#1631 Post by demian »

Wow looks fantastic

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#1632 Post by cuckooflew »

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OpenBsd, fluxbox WM with tint2 panel, nothing spectacular ,because I don't like spectacles, any way, some people might want to use different Icons, perhaps bigger, etc. all of that is possible with the tint2 panel, also the windows and theme on fluxbox can be customized to look like anything one wants.
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#1633 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

Devaun beowulf with runit-init as PID1 and the SharpBang configuration applied:

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#1634 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

OpenBSD -current running dwm with slstatus for the bar info:

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

#1636 Post by cuckooflew »

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This is OpenBsd, fluxbox WM, the conky window just shows black, not sure why on that, I posted this for a demo, as being discussed in this thread/topic:http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php? ... 96#p725596
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I forgot to mention the task bar is "tint2", it is useful for giving a index of sorts, showing everything I have open, to keep the main work area (window) clean, I generally "minimize" the ones I am not using, and just click the icon in the task bar to restore it. So any way, that's one way of using multi terminals, and keeping track of them.
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Re: What does your non-Debian desktop look like?

#1638 Post by oswaldkelso »

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E16 for a bit of bling

To jazzy for me but some nice features. light (4.5MB under ps_mem), bling, bling and more bling. The pagers are some of the most interesting I've tried with the slide action and dual workspace on each workspace/desktop so you get 4 workspaces on 2 desktops. The zoom feature is very nice. Lot's of themes, some are very dated but some are so old they're back in vogue. I'm using DreamWorks.

Edit: I need to correct this bit. The feature I tried to explain above has a name. "Areas" What areas does is allows you to expand the area of your workspace not just double it but but up to 8x horizontally and up to 8x vertically :shock: Yes your one workspace made up of up to 64 times it's current size, like tiles. Only one tile is is shown at a time but all can be viewed via the pager and you can can n drop between areas. You can also have up to 32 workspaces!

I was most interested in the Epplets to see if they could be used like dockapps. I think they're tied to the system unfortunately unless anyone knows otherwise?

edit: It also has "groups" which is basically what all the cool dudes are raving about as "tags" now. Only took them 20 years to catch on :-)

Also the latest update was july 2020 :shock:
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#1640 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

Trying out foot ("foo terminal") in Alpine Linux edge:

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