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#451 2022-03-28 20:08:57

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Sounds silly, mixing CWM with GNOME Apps aren't that bad.
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As usual, thanks to Joe Motohashi for the background.

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#452 2022-03-30 13:02:50

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Ogis1975 wrote:

You can guess what you want, but I'm not crazy smile

If using Emacs is a mark of craziness, then I consider it a blessing. But then again I also like Perl which makes me certified crazy in current year according to some definitions. tongue Still an Emacs newbie but it's already a major improvement in terms of my workflow since I work with text, scripts, regex, etc. all the time. It's like a working environment to me and suits my purposes better than vim does. Glad I finally took the time to learn it.

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#453 2022-04-04 10:55:45

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

GNOME 42:

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Yay.

EDIT: I can't change the default theme or icon set. Genius. Good thing I like them best anyway big_smile

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#454 2022-04-04 12:20:07

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

GNOME 42:

Yay.

EDIT: I can't change the default theme or icon set. Genius. Good thing I like them best anyway big_smile

I haven't checked beta yet, i only tested a few GTK4 applications, I'm impressed with libadwaita white / dark features. I just hope gnome-tweaks will work soon or later, ofcourse default is fine.

I like Adwaita dark or default too, i use sometimes, but i like way more Ubuntu Yaru now, as i posted above. I use Yaru on Fedora 35 for Shell and GTK apps. If it would made into GNOME 42 i'll be pleased.

I'm waiting to upgrade it when it becomes stable. It is awesome what i have seen so far.


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#455 2022-04-05 19:41:43

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Venom Linux smile

Independent source-based distro, no systemd (sorry for the spelling HoaS tongue ), and no pulseaudio. smile

Init: sysv
Window Manager: Openbox (of course! big_smile )
Terminal: xterm
Panel: pypanel
Menu: jgmenu
System: lots of fun!

Click image to enlarge...

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#456 2022-04-06 06:44:05

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

MiyoLinux wrote:

Venom Linux smile

Looks very clean and a sane distro from your screenshot.


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#457 2022-04-19 11:05:07

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Alpinelinux setup with dwm window manager, st terminal, pcmanfm, deadbeef music player, firefox-esr all running at the same time using only 620 MB of ram.

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#458 2022-04-19 14:02:41

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

hevidevi wrote:

Alpinelinux setup

Very nice! Is that my oksh package or is it Sören's loksh version?

You can use pfetch instead of neofetch — it uses /bin/sh, which will let you delete that bash bloat.

Back on topic with my Arch box:

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#459 2022-04-19 22:52:01

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

desktop

Never been much of a desktop ricer, anyways chimaera w/ LXQt at low idle ram usage, 1600 packages with steam games + nvidia running smoothly.

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#460 2022-04-20 09:11:03

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:
hevidevi wrote:

Alpinelinux setup

Very nice! Is that my oksh package or is it Sören's loksh version?

You can use pfetch instead of neofetch — it uses /bin/sh, which will let you delete that bash bloat.

Back on topic with my Arch box:

https://i.postimg.cc/Mv2P6xnM/screen.png

I installed the alpine version of loksh? Which is this git repo here https://github.com/dimkr/loksh
I dont see any packages oksh though. I usually install elsewhere this oksh https://github.com/ibara/oksh via git as ibara ships the default ksh.kshrc file whereas alpine does not, but it is easy enough to grab the file from ibara and put it in etc.

Need bash for pass and passmenu unfortunately.

Edit to add, i just love how deadbeef can be shutdown the computer shutdown and next day be rebooted and im listening to the same album and song i was yesterday! If i knew how to package deadbeef i would for Devuan, it should be in the repos imo.

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#461 2022-04-20 09:18:22

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Welcome noil, Time and Will is the key to cook rice. That's a fine environment of yours.


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#462 2022-04-20 09:44:45

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

hevidevi wrote:

I usually install elsewhere this oksh https://github.com/ibara/oksh via git as ibara ships the default ksh.kshrc file whereas alpine does not

Yeah, I packaged that up for Alpine and uploaded it to their testing repositories:

https://pkgs.alpinelinux.org/packages?n … ranch=edge

That repository should only be used with the edge branch though, see https://wiki.alpinelinux.org/wiki/Enabl … positories for the instructions.

I really should get it moved into the community repository instead...


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#463 2022-04-20 09:49:24

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Im on the edge branch but dont have the testing repo enabled, maybe should give it a try. I suppose there would be a lot more packages available in testing yes?

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#464 2022-04-20 09:51:04

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Yes, lots. I've also got mokutil in there, which can be used to add your own SecureBoot keys to the motherboard.

EDIT: testing is like the Arch AUR except that every APKBUILD is vetted by the Alpine devs before uploading so the quality of the packaging is *much* higher.

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#465 2022-04-23 16:41:40

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

One last scrot for the kern 5.16.
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Edit: A new one with recent 5.17.
Other Edit: Corrected Credits
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Scraped Yaru, join Nord.
Nordic Wallpapers | Theme Nordic | Icons Papirus-Dark | Nordic Selection

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#466 2022-05-11 16:20:11

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Upgraded to Fedora 36 yesterday once it released as stable. Overall the upgrade process went well, I haven't seen in general how things go on anyhow.

Customs themes works, but there are some inconsistencies naming due to default Light/Dark until the customs hacks find the right path.

At first glance it looks very fine release. I like a lot this release.

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Randomly chosed the same background as above.


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#467 2022-05-18 11:50:59

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

My first steps with Alpine Linux  3.15.4

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#468 2022-05-22 15:50:27

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Awesome Ogis1975, Alpine Linux is the most lightweight distro with one of the fastest package manager ever.


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#469 2022-05-23 12:03:03

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Nili wrote:

Awesome Ogis1975

Thank you!

Alpine Linux is the most lightweight distro with one of the fastest package manager ever.

Really so! I totally agree with you. It's even faster than pacman.


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#470 2022-05-24 15:39:45

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Successfully updated Alpine Linux to 3.16 version smile

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Now i am running newest version of sway-1.7

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#471 2022-05-27 16:39:40

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

I'm glad you were successful passing to the next.


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#472 2022-05-28 11:31:24

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Nili wrote:

I'm glad you were successful passing to the next.

Thank you, Nili smile


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#473 2022-06-01 16:18:52

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

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Alpine Linux ftw!


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#474 2022-06-02 12:58:34

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

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Light & minimal !
Devuan daedalus + Openrc


Just sudo it !

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#475 2022-06-02 13:41:08

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

sudo wrote:

Light & minimal !
Devuan daedalus + Openrc

No way, GNOME with 2G memory? OK, I know it works, but slows down a bit after a few hours of works due to swap usages of hdd.
At least to me with 4GB memory happened.

I have done very recently the unorthodox way by installing only mutter with tint2 just for the testing sake. It was awesome experience.

Working with dconf-editor i managed to make interesting graphic adjustments on mutter wm. I just could not change the image of the desktop to the WM alone, despite the efforts of the editor or the commands i made.

I would be interested to know which path you followed to install your GNOME without shell?

Very fine achievement anyway.


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