Ubuntu minimal 12.04. I am using the MATE desktop with Conky and Docky. Only installed this afternoon so will probably look totally different within an hour as is the way with these things
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Some more kde evangelism
Kde 4.10 @ ubuntu 13.04
Style/Kwin: Oxygen Icons: Awoken
Apps: Covergloobus, cairo-dock, conky, aurora, gwenview, dolphin, console and trine 2
Xubuntu 13.04 W/ GLX-Desk & wallpaper I made from a screenshot from some YouTube video.
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This post is like Brigadoon!
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Shell Theme: Elementary Mod
Windows Theme: Gnomish Gray
Conky Manager Pensil
As predicted, mine has changed quite a bit in a matter of hours.
This is how it looks now:
It is a different install from yesterday as yesterdays install was lagging REALLY badly for some reason (I have an i7 3770 and 8GB ram with an SSD. It shouldn't lag...)
I am now on a full install of 12.04.3 with gnome fallback mode. Much faster!
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Sorry buddy. That's it fixed now
Installed Elementary OS on a spare laptop I have...
For kicks I used some Ubuntu instructions to install kernel 3.10.9 and it worked here without an issue. I've also installed PPAs without issue. I am *really* liking what Elementary OS is doing. Even if you're an adept user, this is still Linux - just add what you need and the end result is everything you need with a simplistic yet decent looking UI.
This is a stock install. All I did was install the tweak tool to move the bar to the left and selected a darkish theme. That's about it.
I always keep an open partition on my systems so I can test other distros. I might put Elementary OS on that spare partition of my work laptop and see how it works.
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