My current CrunchBang
My current CrunchBang
Kubuntu 13.04 with KDE 4.10
Plasma Miry theme
Got rid of that Fedora thing, Ubuntu 12.10 with Unity - at the moment, Gnome Shell soon!
My Ubuntu 12.10 install after 1 week:
I've even managed to get the lock screen shortcut keys to not work without even trying \\:D/
I'm still working on themeing the lock screen but i've only spent a week of solid googeling and with the success I've had so far, I think I'm going to be able to solve that one in October this year.
My grungy desktop with Cinnamon. :)
Back rocking the Buntu's...
Here's my first new screenshot of the month, and with a new toy too.
Full-size screenhots here:
This is a preliminary run of my new Raspberry Pi, running Arch ARM. I've already run Bodhi Linux ARM on it, but then my new fast 32GB SD card came in, so I put Arch ARM on that one to play around with it. With the Pi having little resources to work with, I decided to throw LXDE on there. Granted, I've never worked with a totally vanilla LXDE install (my only LXDE experiences are Lubuntu and Peppermint OS), so it's a bit rough around the edges and I haven't added proper GTK themes to complement the openbox themes. I have made some nice custom wallpapers for whatever Raspberry Pi distro I run. I also have these wallpapers in Cherry, East Indian Rosewood, Quilted Maple, and dark Cocobolo... with gold leaf or silver leaf RaspPi logo... in 16:9 and 16:10 versions. I could make more as I get a hold of decent enough wallpapers of various woods.
I do intend to make a small portable HTPC out of my Pi, in addition to making a nice little micro-computer out of it with another SD card. I also intend to build a custom case for it (thinking about various options), a battery pack for it and make it totally portable, and probably a few other neat things too. But for now, this is just an initial run of my Raspberry Pi on the SD card I got specifically for it.
Distro: Arch ARM
Desktop Environment: LXDE
Wallpaper: custom-made "Gold Raspberry Pi on Walnut Burl" (16:10 version)
Icons: LXDE default
Special Features: Custom-colored semitransparent lxpanel ; Arch Linux logo on LXDE Menu.