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Thread: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    Openbox 3.5 with the Rivas themes.


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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by urukrama View Post
    Openbox 3.5 with the Rivas themes.
    Oh, wow.


    • So ugly it's compelling.
    • Wear sunglasses.
    • Where did you say that snow came from?
    • Where no man has gone before (or will ever come back from).
    • Your test came back negative.
    • Okay, one more time, how did you say you burned out your screen?
    • Is your cat stealing from your online banking account? I bring you the cat-proof theme.





    • It's mellow. It's yellow. But it's not Mellow Yellow.
    • Yellow, it's the new blue.

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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    I kinda like it. Smooth. And yet, it does stand out in a crowd. = )
    I know I shouldn't use tildes for decoration, but they always make me feel at home~

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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Copper Bezel View Post
    I kinda like it. Smooth.[...]
    Me too...
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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    You two imagine turning the PC on in the dark. I can feel my eyes burning even thinking about it.

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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by mreq View Post
    I can feel my eyes burning [...]
    Uh, oh! Might be a harbinger.

    You know what that Latin phrase means, right?
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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    To be fair, it doesn't mean much by itself, without the reference. = )
    I know I shouldn't use tildes for decoration, but they always make me feel at home~

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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by VTPoet View Post
    The little puppy following is... well... Puppy Linux:





    On an HP XE400. This little beauty is a laptop I rescued from Electronic Recycling. I wiped an XP install that wouldn't even start. It boasts a sizzling 232 MB of RAM and a whopping 18G hard drive. This version of Puppy is based on Precise and is a non-PAE version called Puppy_Retro. It loads into RAM in about 20 seconds. And everything works perfectly. Even the battery works. I'm replacing my docked Ipod with this free beauty. I have it connected to my stereo and load Radiotray. I got fed up with Apple's endless fussiness and elitism. I couldn't play this. I couldn't play that. "Sorry, won't play flash. Server isn't blah, blah, blah... Oh? Is that Windows Media? FLAC? OGG? Sorry, can't play those. They aren't good enough for Apple..." The larger images are here and here.

    And now? With my Puppy? I can play it all.

    Who'd have thought a throw away from trash recycling could be more versatile and useful than a modern day Apple product?

    I. Love. Linux.
    Quote Originally Posted by VinDSL View Post
    Sweet!

    I'm using Puppy on my Windows ME Era doorstop computer - Celeron CPU, 192MB RAM, 5GB HD.

    Works like a champ! Matter of fact, it was the only modern distro I could find that would boot. LoL!
    Puppy is RAD! I've got an old Dell Dimension 4500S / Pentuim 4 / 2G RAM with no Graphics Card that runs amazingly with Racy 5.5. Had MacPup on a Compaq Evo N115 'til it gave up the ghost.

    Puppy is definitely one of the wonders of Linux.
    Last edited by Max Blyss; June 30th, 2013 at 03:56 AM. Reason: Called out on lingo.

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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    Screenshot - 06292013 - 06:02:54 PM.jpg
    Desktop:
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    (Xubuntu's on the Laptop)

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    Re: Jammin' June Screenshot Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Max Blyss View Post
    Had MacPup on a Compaq Evo N115 'til it gave up the ghost. [...]

    Puppy is definitely one of the wonders of Linux.
    Yep! That's what I'm running on my eMachine Tower ("Never Obsolete" sticker still on the front)

    Actually, I'm running Macpup Opera 2.0 Didn't think anyone knew about Macpup.



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