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    Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    idesk for desktop icon
    adesklets for weather
    conky for system monitor
    rxvt-unicode for background terminal
    Ximian Heaven style
    any good style?

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    Re: Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    rox -p=icons = aka: rox-filer pinboard for desktop icons
    conky = monitor
    rxvt-unicode-lite = terminal, mc, axel, i run it with the daemon(uxrvtd, use the client uxrvtc)

    i try to recycle the resources, to ease the load on the crappy cpu. simple colored background from theme(cuthlain modified a little)
    trim install only what i actually use, vaio pcg-f430 450mhz 256 ram 20gig hd
    debian-minimal+fluxbox
    Last edited by kerry_s; August 13th, 2007 at 11:53 PM.

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    Re: Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    Quote Originally Posted by tomcheng76 View Post
    idesk for desktop icon
    adesklets for weather
    conky for system monitor
    rxvt-unicode for background terminal
    Ximian Heaven style
    any good style?
    WOW. I hella want to use fluxbox now. That is a pretty sweet setup you got going there.

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    Re: Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    conky
    fbpager
    black glass fluxbox style
    qtcurve gtk/qt style
    gnome-terminal
    irssi

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    Re: Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    rxvt and idesk provides me some transparency

    and my pc cant afford beryl, although i can turn it on

    and it is definitely faster the gnome which i used b4

    the only problem is that thing on ~/Desktop are not really on Desktop ~~"

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    Re: Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    Quote Originally Posted by Motoxrdude View Post
    WOW. I hella want to use fluxbox now. That is a pretty sweet setup you got going there.
    Me too lol that screen is totally nuts!!!!

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    Re: Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    Quote Originally Posted by kerry_s View Post
    rox -p=icons = aka: rox-filer pinboard for desktop icons
    conky = monitor
    rxvt-unicode-lite = terminal, mc, axel, i run it with the daemon(uxrvtd, use the client uxrvtc)

    i try to recycle the resources, to ease the load on the crappy cpu. simple colored background from theme(cuthlain modified a little)
    trim install only what i actually use, vaio pcg-f430 450mhz 256 ram 20gig hd
    debian-minimal+fluxbox
    What is that 'to do list' thingy on your desktop?

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    Re: Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    Here's my baby... I'm using idesk for the desktop icons and torsmo as system monitor.

    Other than that I use "Dates" and "Tasks" as both a Calendar and To-Do List, but I uncluttered the desktop so it was more visible in its simplicity heh

    As a file manager, I use PCManFM and can't recommend it enough.
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    Last edited by Onyros; July 20th, 2007 at 12:14 PM.
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    Re: Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    Debian Etch on a 1GHz Duron with 386MB RAM. Boots fully into the Fluxbox "desktop" in 56 seconds. I keep it simple to keep it fast.

    What you can see...
    Theme: Noir
    Conky for keeping an eye on things
    XMMS with the ATER white skin, using the OSD song change plugin and "hotkeys" to enable my multimedia keyboard buttons
    Thunar file manager, using gtk-theme-switch and the .gtkrc-2.0 to set MurrinaGraphiteGentle + Tango icons



    Sadly most of the potential responsiveness is sabotaged by the faulty S3 graphics driver supplied with Etch
    Last edited by happy-and-lost; July 20th, 2007 at 12:22 PM.
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    Re: Post your fluxbox setting with screenshot

    Quote Originally Posted by happy-and-lost View Post
    Debian Etch on a 1GHz Duron with 386MB RAM. Boots fully into the Fluxbox "desktop" in 56 seconds. I keep it simple to keep it fast.

    What you can see...
    Theme: Noir
    Conky for keeping an eye on things
    XMMS with the ATER white skin, using the OSD song change plugin and "hotkeys" to enable my multimedia keyboard buttons
    Thunar file manager, using gtk-theme-switch and the .gtkrc-2.0 to set MurrinaGraphiteGentle + Tango icons



    Sadly most of the potential responsiveness is sabotaged by the faulty S3 graphics driver supplied with Etch
    Love it! But you should really look into PCManFM: it's Thunar with tabs, with far less dependencies.

    Check out the screenie with it in action
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    Last edited by Onyros; July 20th, 2007 at 12:42 PM.
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