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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    I'm posting a new screenshot of my netbook's Bodhi Linux since E17 went stable in late-December. There isnt really much different than when I first installed Bodhi on this netbook a few months ago, other than the stable E17 and adding a shelf on the lower-left corner for my wifi-related stuff.

    Full-size screenhots here:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...BodhiNet1d.jpg

    Computer: Netbook
    Distro: Bodhi Linux 2.2.0
    Desktop Environment: E17 "Enlightenment" (stable)
    Enlightenment Theme: A-Angelic-v6
    GTK Theme: Greybird (default)
    Wallpaper: custom "Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess" wallpaper
    Icons: modified ACYL (Zelda gold with white border)
    Docks: dual Engage docks (left is launcher, right is autohiding with taskbar and gadgets) ; Autohiding shelf on lower left corner for wifi-related stuff.
    Apps in Left Dock: PCManFM (file manager), Firefox, Google Chrome, Pidgin, XChat (IRC client), Audacious, VLC, LibreOffice. LibreOffice Writer, leafpad, gnome-dictionary, LXTerminal, Synaptic Package Manager, and System Monitor
    Conky: "Bodhi LUA Clock" with Zelda red and gold colors and custom Hyrule Symbol
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    Last edited by viperdvman; February 21st, 2013 at 05:09 AM.
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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    So clean-installed 12.10, lovely!


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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Thinking of summer...

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Ringi View Post
    Nice
    From scale 1 - 10, how do you rate it
    Thanks. I'm not sure if you mean the phone itself, CyanogenMod, or my Ubuntu Phone OS recreation attempt, so I'l rate all 3.

    Phone - 6. The hardware is not the best but it's proven to be a quite reliable little thing.

    ROM - 8. I love all of the customization and streamlining of CyanogenMod. And being rooted is the only way to go!

    "Ubuntu Phone OS" - 8. I'm just getting used to using gestures that will be used when the OS is released. It's Android obviously but the way I use my phone is completely changed after trying to recreate the interface. I really like it, and I love that when I turn on my phone, I get an Ubuntu boot animation. If I'm having this much fun with an interface clone, it gets me very excited for the release of the OS, and it was worth all of the trouble to get it just right.
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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BslBryan View Post
    Thanks. I'm not sure if you mean the phone itself, CyanogenMod, or my Ubuntu Phone OS recreation attempt, so I'l rate all 3.

    Phone - 6. The hardware is not the best but it's proven to be a quite reliable little thing.

    ROM - 8. I love all of the customization and streamlining of CyanogenMod. And being rooted is the only way to go!

    "Ubuntu Phone OS" - 8. I'm just getting used to using gestures that will be used when the OS is released. It's Android obviously but the way I use my phone is completely changed after trying to recreate the interface. I really like it, and I love that when I turn on my phone, I get an Ubuntu boot animation. If I'm having this much fun with an interface clone, it gets me very excited for the release of the OS, and it was worth all of the trouble to get it just right.
    I meant to say CyanogenMod,
    I had installed on my Galaxy Tab 7", but it was always turning my phone off.
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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Clean:

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    Busy:
    Steam and Spotify natively on Linux. Life is good!

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Ringi View Post
    If you have Ubuntu installed, just install Kubuntu Desktop
    i could but i'm on a netbook and really want to stick with xfce and don't like mixing.
    Whoever came up with the phrase "There is no such thing as a stupid question" obviously never had the internet.

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    XFCE Session-Fs-Icons-Dockbarx with Nitrux Icons

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Artificial Intelligence View Post
    Clean:

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    Busy:
    Steam and Spotify natively on Linux. Life is good!

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    Ough, I likey!

    Nice one!
    Last edited by VinDSL; February 16th, 2013 at 01:21 AM.
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