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Desktop Screenshots


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Yeah, this is a group where I thought we could post
screenshots of our desktops. Why? well, I like looking
at other ppl's desktops and configurations, they give me
Ideas I can't possibly have with my current IQ.

So please! if you have a very nice desktop, don't be shy,
put it up here!

please use bbcode when u post, makes it easier for
other users to view ur screenshot, just put "[url]" in
front of the link and "[/url]" after... then it will look
like this http://www.link.to.ur.amazing.screenshot.html
Thank u for ur consideration!

services one can use to upload pics and then share the link:
http://imageshack.us/
http://tinypic.com/
http://imgur.com
http://simplest-image-hosting.net/
http://www.tineye.com
http://photobucket.com/ (requires free registration)

if you know of any others, let me know, ok?

You think you have a killer desktop? prove it! :D

//Robert

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 Cool :)

 
 by kai100 on: Jun 4 2009
 
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I also think in such way!

i make my desktop perfekt with help other
screenshot's :) (inspiration)

i make screenshot's to say thanks my friends & community for the nice work :)

here is my first screen :)

http://de.tinypic.com/r/ndwwwl/5
thank's for the link Rob :)

kai


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 Re: Cool :)

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 5 2009
 
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Nice one!

really metallic look, everything seems
to fit togheter quite well also :)

I take that is gnome you are using?
I wouldn't have recognized it, but the
"foot" gave it away :)

I think those are screenslets? right?

they look good, but how are they in
practise? I remember like two years ago
when I tried them, they leaked so much
memory that after an hour or so of using
them they had hugged like 80% of my ram :D.

I'm sure they work better now :)

The "sony" player looks killer also?
is that audacious??

killer shot indeed!

//Robert


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Re: Cool :)

 
 by kai100 on: Jun 5 2009
 
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Hi Rob,

the screen is gnome and it's all cairo-dock-widget's!

on the right site: cairo-dock
active function...
graphic-temp,ram,cpu,clock,desktop-switcher.and left site,secend icon is quick-browser.

the other dock is avant-window-navigator!

I also had that problem with screenlets but it's better as for some jears!

the player is audacious...you find the skin in gnome-look!

best regards kai

PS:i begin learn english ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Cool :)

 
 by DjNeophyte on: Jun 5 2009
 
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my screenshot
<a target='_blank' href='http://img527.imageshack.us/i/tiger1.png/'><img src='http://img527.imageshack.us/img527/6286/tiger1.th.png' border='0'/></a>


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Cool :)

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 6 2009
 
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Yeah! kde4 rocks man!

No need for extra additions, just right
click the desktop and "add widgets" and
you have everything you need on your
desktop :D

Plasma is really starting to get there,
I remember in the beginning it was a
pain, ppl wanting to replace the plasma
panel with kicker and what not... but those
days are long gone!

Cool shot man, almost scary ;D


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Google Chrome on Linux

 
 by Ace2016 on: Jun 5 2009
 
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Finally its here:

http://img54.imageshack.us/img54/2186/30899642.png

Its fast but i can't use it without flash or a popup blocker (thanks for reminding me imageshack -_-) and i would certainly miss all my extensions.

I just don't understand why opera crashes so often, especially when flash is being used, firefox seems fine with it. Its a total mystery.


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 Re: Google Chrome on Linux

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 6 2009
 
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Yeah we have all been waiting for that, altho
"chromium" has been here for a while,
"google chrome" is what ppl want.

Is chrome a lot faster than chromium btw?

I haven't tryed it yet since google only
provides packages for ubuntu?? wtf?? :S

anyways, I dloaded the deb and used deb2tar
to get a tarball... but it says it can't
find nss or some other library, don't really
remember, I guess ubuntu installs them
someplace else.

anyway, your screenshot looks way cool!

The whole vista/seven look really workes
there man!!

Really neat.

Tho I see you have some kinda mix there going on,
between gnome/kde4/kde3??? compiz, kde4 plasma
and kde3 run dialog?? how is that even
possible :D

Anyways, Your shot really got me thinkering
about what I'm really looking at.

All in all, cool desktop!

PS, arora is a good webkit based browser,
with flash working and what not.


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Re: Google Chrome on Linux

 
 by Ace2016 on: Jun 8 2009
 
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Try google's chrome, the 64bit chromium debs found on ubuntu ppa are missing several 32bit libraries which are required to make it run.

If you want you can copy google chrome's libraries over to chromium to get it to work, just copy everything inside /opt/google/chrome/lib32/ to /usr/lib/chromium-browser/ and it will work fine

The benchmark results: http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/4009/35642364.png

The results are most likely not accurate since my system was running quite a few other applications at the time


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 Re: Re: Re: Google Chrome on Linux

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 10 2009
 
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I got it running, I just symlinked the
libraries so that google chrome found
them.....

I must say, I'm impressed with the speed,
really, it's the fastest browser to date!

Tho personally, I'm still sticking with
konqueror/arora, since they have the
stuff I need :)

Gonna try it again when there is a new
"build" available :)


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 myDeviant

 
 by madsheytan on: Jun 5 2009
 
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http://www.madsheytan.deviantart.com

Here you can find alot of KDE screenshot, 4.2 and 4.3. All done by me. Hope you like them :)


Be free to have a choice.
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 Re: myDeviant

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 6 2009
 
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Yeah man! cool gallery, I think I just
spent like half an hour of my life
there ;D

I stole a wallpaper from there also :D

You got eyes for design, I give you that.

How is slackware these days btw?

laters, gotta run


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Re: myDeviant

 
 by madsheytan on: Jun 7 2009
 
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For like about 2 months im not using slackware any more. I gave Kubuntu a chance and it works really good. And the automagic things(updates, deps) are good, too. But im planning to test the new official 64bit version of slackware. I still got 12.2 on my old hard drive for testing kde from trunk. Thanks for visiting my gallery, hope you can be inspirated of it ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: myDeviant

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 7 2009
 
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Oh i c, personally I just can't stand
ubuntu... well that's my problem I guess.

Slackware package manager still doesnt
do dependencies??

yeah I can see how that is a pain :(

Yeah your shots inspire indeed :)

l8s mate!


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: myDeviant

 
 by madsheytan on: Jun 7 2009
 
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I used to think that i can't stand with kubuntu, but i tryed 9.04, and now i can't go back to slack. Yeah, it's still can't do deps, and that's the main problem for me. It was always problem, even with slapt, or something like that.
What distri do you use? Try Kubuntu :D


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: myDeviant

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 7 2009
 
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Yeah I tried kubuntu... not the latest tho.

Nothing for me, I like to configure my
own CFLAGS when I compile and so on....

I'm on gentoo btw, It has the best package
manager ever built :)

And I get cutting edge stuff REALLY
easy.

For example, I run kde-svn, and qt from
the kde-qt-copy whatever it's called repo.
All I have to do is one command to have
all so called "live" packages to sync
against the svn / git / whatever server
and compile and install the packages is
one command,

emerge @live-rebuild

Now aint that something, wake when ubuntu
can do that ;)

I coulnt live with a package manager
that doesnt do deps for more than like
5 minutes :D

So I easily understand you wanting something
a little more "easy" for a change, with
not as much thinkering.

Anyways, seems like I'm gonna stick
with gentoo for many years to come, not
that I'm saying other is crap, it simply
doesn't do what I want it to do.

well, I'm gonna go sleep now, nice talking
to you!


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: myDeviant

 
 by madsheytan on: Jun 7 2009
 
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yeah, auto-deps make life easier. And yeah, it's good to have a choice, and to pass distro for our own needs. I was using slack for about 3 years, and i was happy with it. But when you can, and you want to make your life easier, why not? So i tryed Kubuntu, and i loved it :D It wasn't bad with deps in slack, couse of slapt-get, but sometimes i had to search for python deps, etc. That was pissing of and took alot of time. Now i only type the pkg name, click install, and everything "starts to dance" :D

sorry, for my bad eng.


Be free to have a choice.

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: myDeviant

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 10 2009
 
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Yeah I can understand how that was pissing
you off, solving depency problems manually
is far from fun, and time consuming.

Yeah I know what you mean with the
feeling about starting to dance :)

I never got that with ubuntu tho, with
gentoo it's more like that in my case :D

your english isn't bad at all, not even close :)

I'm glad you found a distro to fit your needs
tho, we all have different needs.

One of the better things with aptitude is
it's speed tho, I thought it was very fast.

Tho I have never tried "conary", it is
said to be even faster(!), since when
you update a package with aptitude, it
updates all the files in that package,
(even if some files are exactly the same).

With conary you have an built-in checksum
checker that keeps track of the files,
and only updates the files that have
actually changed, so in teory, that
should be faster.

I have spoken to some guys that use conary
and they say it's lightning fast and
they are very happy with it :)

Go figure :D

Personally I'm sticking with gentoo
on my main comp, and arch on my msi wind
netbook :)

I would have installed gentoo on it too,
but I decided that compiling on a "intel atom"
cpu would be too time consuming on a
computer I only use when I'm away or
this computer is occupied :)

okey, I think I just bored you to death :D

have phun messing with buntu tho :D

//Robert


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary

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 kde4 :)

 
 by kai100 on: Jun 7 2009
 
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ah,i see only kde4 :)

http://tinypic.com/kai100

i have 2 alben: gnome & kde4 screen's!

i use kde4 from the beginning and it's better and better :)


best regards kai


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 Re: kde4 :)

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 7 2009
 
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OMG!

Those really shows how advanced kde4
really is, there is no other de that
can actually do the stuff kde4 can.

Killer shots indeed my friend!

What icon theme are you using btw??
looks really "futuristic" and that is just
the way I like it :D

laters!


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Re: kde4 :)

 
 by kai100 on: Jun 9 2009
 
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Hi Rob :)

oh yes that's my style,futuristic!!!
i love the other look :)

the icon's are a big mix from the net.

what is with your screen :)

you are one of the peaple they have me
by my beginn with linux inspirate :)

best regards kai


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 Re: Re: Re: kde4 :)

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 10 2009
 
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Okey, So you have made a set then??

or have you just configured dolphin etc
to use those icons?

If you have a set, could you upload it
here or somewhere else so I can get too??

Ic we share the same taste :D

What's with my screen?? you mean if there is
something wrong with it?

I'm glad if I inspired you to try out
linux man :D

It's an honour :D

all the best

//Robert


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: kde4 :)

 
 by kai100 on: Jun 10 2009
 
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Hi Rob :)

in the kde4 screen is a icon-theme!

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Vistar7+-+Windows+7+Transformation+Pack?content=104232

in the pack is the icon-theme :)

mostly i make me the work with the folder self!

why your screen...inspiration :) :)



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: kde4 :)

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 11 2009
 
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Thx!

Yeah I loved the folders on your shot,
very cool looking :D

My desktop??

Well my desktop is so default it's almost
kinky... it have to be seen to be believed ;D

here it is:
http://img230.imageshack.us/i/shotb.png/

have a good laugh at it's defaultness :D

well I dunno, I figure, since kde looks
so good default, I don't have
to modify :D

laters, gotta run!!!

//Robert


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Hello everyone here!

 
 by Puli on: Jun 7 2009
 
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Hello everybody, and hello Rob! Nice to see you in action again! :)
Great idea this group, I am just busy in these days so then I've got some minute to check mail and here, Ill keep posting some screenshot asap. :)


Puli


Big dreamers never sleep.

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 Re: Hello everyone here!

 
 by TheRob on: Jun 7 2009
 
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Thx man! Yeah nice to "see" you too :)

how are you doing these days? still
customizing the h**l outta your linux
desktop?

yeah I'll be right here waiting for your
killer shot man!

sorry to hear you're busy tho.

see ya!


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 my desktop...

 
 by III on: Jun 8 2009
 
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Must say your themes are some of the best available.......
I think gnome has a lot of catching up to do with kde4......but gnome seems to have a more uniformed look and more apps...
some apps are still stuck on kde 3 which is annoying :)

http://seanbarman.deviantart.com/art/Cold-Plexis-mod-122938354


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 Re: my desktop...

 
 by kai100 on: Jun 8 2009
 
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yea :)

that's pretty nice!!!






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 Re: Re: my desktop...

 
 by III on: Jun 9 2009
 
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http://seanbarman.deviantart.com/art/Black1-Preview-125243215


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 Re: Re: Re: my desktop...

 
 by kai100 on: Jun 9 2009
 
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thank's buddy :)


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