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Discussion in 'Linux / BSD / Mac OS X' started by Tokio, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. Tokio

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    post your unix-like OS screenshots, comment others', etc.

    Crunchbang Statler Alpha 2
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  2. Easy Rhino

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    i like having a separate thread for us linux/unix/mac users. we dont want to make the windows users jealous afterall.

    ubuntu 10.04 running gnome,compiz and awn


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    Nice wallpaper OP. London is an amazing city.
     
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  5. Easy Rhino

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    phx, what distro you running? any extra mods?
     
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    hrm, imma have to try out docky :toast:
     
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    It's quite nice....also have it on my i7 (Kubuntu, but with GNOME).

    How did you get the 3D Windows and a circular cube? I couldn't get that working :(
     
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    did you install compiz config settings manager?
     
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    its nothing special at all, just ubuntu 10.04, compiz, conky running to the right, and a little emerald mixed in, ohh and i used gimp to render the background :toast:
     
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    Yeah. And I've enabled both "Cube Deformation" and the "3D Windows" things and they don't do anything :(
     
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    Check whether the effects are on "extra" (in the appearances screen, last tab if I'm right).

    And oh, you said you ware running Kubuntu with Gnome but then it is actually just Ubuntu (those distros are the same under the hood).
     
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    I know they're same under the hood ;)

    And it's set to 'extra', all other effects work great :)
     
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    so holding ctr-alt and moving the mouse while left clicked doesnt do anything at all?
     
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    Thanks for that little tid bit.I've always just pushed down-click scroll wheel to access.

    Mine. Ubuntu 10.4
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    Ubuntu 10.04
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    Docky + Compiz on opensource ati driver (HD3200 igp)
     
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    Sorry about breaking the rules a bit but I thought I'd show how I access the features I need in linux without having to reboot. I'd run linux as my primary OS if it weren't for games and certain apps.

    I use cygwin the most which is why I have bash integrated with my command prompt so I can launch it just like I would any other shell in linux. (I blanked out my computer/username in the prompt in the lower left hand corner.)

    When I need X support I use VMware's Unity feature which is quite useful for running GUI apps over SSH in Windows.

    Anyway, sorry if I'm not keeping with the spirit of this thread.
     

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    Nothing at all :(
     
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    Ubuntu on the Noc box

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    A fresh installed opensuse 11.3 with few tweaks..

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    That looks really nice!
    Mind linking or PMing me the wallpaper?
     
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    Sure!

    Link
    Most common resolutions available.
    Have fun!
     
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    ugh i LOVE suse 11.3 but my wireless isnt working on my toshiba. im about to give ubuntu 10.10 a go. Id like suse to be the default for this machine though. I already have it on another system. I just feel like I use ubuntu too much. but i HATE wireless. from fedora solaris to gentoo setting it up has always been a total PITA and ubuntu is the only one that doesnt give me trouble.
     
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    My wireless chipset Broadcom works flawlessly, only installed firmware and kernel module from packman repo

    [my reply seems a bit OT, sry guys :) ]
     
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    meh I hate hard wiring. I just tried ubuntu 10.10 didnt find my touchpad. but wireless worked great. seems im damned if I do and damned if I dont. maybe its because of X64. regardless ill throw some SS up tommarrow as an apology for being totally OT
     

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