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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by eldavar View Post
    I finally got around to updating my hardware, so thanks to my new GeForce GTX650 video card and a DVI-to-MiniHDMI adapter I was able to hook up my third monitor (all 3 are Dell 1908FP). This gives me 3840x1024 desktop - plenty of real estate for my needs!



    Running Ubuntu 12.04
    No special themes
    Wallpaper is called Moraine Lake (here)
    Impressive!

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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Running a fresh install of Ubuntu 14.04 with btrfs. I have regular Ubuntu icons with lubuntu theme. Wallpaper is called pattern from interfacelift.com
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    Yeah I know pirated copy of XP is free, but so is Ubuntu and it's LEGAL!

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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Hello everyone!

    This is my Numix setup of Mint 16 Cinnamon.

    Cheers!
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    Re: August April Screenshots

    After a brief stint with Windows 7 again in which I got a corrupted explorer.exe which prompted me to re-install just to have my online activation fail I decided to tell MS to go away (in colourful 4 letter words) and I am no rocking the 14.04 flavour that has so far given me the least issues:

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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Xubuntu for XP Replacements

    Last edited by SurfaceUnits; April 5th, 2014 at 11:59 PM.
    My Grandfather said that most people who lack a sense of humour don't lack humour, they lack sense.

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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Linux bug has bitten again. Absolutely luv playing with the linux distro's...

    ... on the dual screen desktop - ubuntu 13.10
    dualscreen1-ubuntu1310.jpgdualscreen2-ubuntu1310.jpg

    ... on the laptop - dual boot - Win 8.1 and Xubuntu 13.10
    vaiolaptop-xubuntu1310.jpg

    ... on a Win 8.1 machine ... in VmWare - Xubuntu 13.10
    vmware-xubuntu1310.jpg

    ... lots of fun configuring and viewing the eye candy Linux let's you do.

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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by gotimebort View Post
    ... on a Win 8.1 machine ... in VmWare - Xubuntu 13.10
    vmware-xubuntu1310.jpg

    ... lots of fun configuring and viewing the eye candy Linux let's you do.
    That last screenshot is funny... Xubuntu running inside Windows 8.1. I'm still rocking Windows 7 in classic mode. I never did get into Windows for tablets.

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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by eldavar View Post
    I finally got around to updating my hardware, so thanks to my new GeForce GTX650 video card and a DVI-to-MiniHDMI adapter I was able to hook up my third monitor (all 3 are Dell 1908FP). This gives me 3840x1024 desktop - plenty of real estate for my needs!



    Running Ubuntu 12.04
    No special themes
    Wallpaper is called Moraine Lake (here)
    I like the spanned bacground!

    I wanted to do something similar on mine (Three monitors, 20" 1600x1200 Dell 200FP Portrait - 30" 2560x1600 Dell U3011 Landscape - 20" 1600x1200 Dell 200FP Portrait) but I couldn't make any of my pictures work on that wide aspect ratio. That being said, my 4960x1600 is a somewhat unusual aspect ratio. Yours looks fantastic.

    I only use my own photography on my desktops, and the one image I found that cropped well to that size, came out a little blurry at that resolution, so I opted against it.

    Here's mine reposted from above:

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    Here's a shot from a few years back of what I mean with my three monitor setup:



    At the time I was booted in Windows, which I pretty much only use for games, a rare occurrence these days, but I still enjoy a game of Civ on occasion.
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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by dbass81 View Post
    Let's see if I can guess this right. Judging by the wallpaper, Crunchbang, running Openbox, with a custom tint2 config with system tray, custom icon theme (I don't recognize), and conky with a custom config?
    The Distro is GobangOS an Openbox distro based on Ubuntu -> http://sourceforge.net/projects/gobangos/

    The conky is called colors, but is one of the conkys theme that this distro have (have a tool called conky-changer)

    The icons is anycoloryoulike , and an tint2 theme.
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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Ubuntu Gnome 13.10 with screenlets



    With Gnomenu extension

    Last edited by SurfaceUnits; April 7th, 2014 at 08:02 PM.
    My Grandfather said that most people who lack a sense of humour don't lack humour, they lack sense.

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