Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Beavenburt, Feb 7, 2009.
I really want a Chev Bel Air 1957 vintage !
WOW! nice effect there Ocky.
I think this is the type of wallpaper which men like.
Then you should be looking here!
Wow, lots of beautiful images.Thanks.
There's a lot of nice wallpapers here: http://wallbase.net/
Mine's just the default interface of Ubuntu Netbook Edition, maybe I'll change it later..
Same with multiple Linux virtual machines.
Lots of goodies here as well: http://gnome-look.org/
You'd be better off finding something here Cet - granted they won't all be accessible as walls.
Those pics are wonderful.You can make a city tour without getting tired.
Lots'a beauty - mus'be some spectacular sites in Turkey! I especially like your clock tower in Konak Square - beautiful!
Trialing ubuntu. Very nice I must say.
Zorin 3 in VM
How bout a peek under the hood PRUHDG - a few of the items that make Zorin standout?
Thank goodness he? didn't quote.
My Kubuntu desktop with updates from Kubuntu PPA, notice the start up memory use, its quite low actually, lower than my Gnome desktop, looks like the Germans have been doing a real good work lately on KDE.
The KDE whore in me just couldn't resist pimping it. LOL!
Nice linuxforall - memory start up is about the same I get with Gnome and compiz running - but AWN boosts it to around 520 plus minus. I usually end the day at about 680/720 MB.
Temperature in your parts too high for Ksensors ?
Thanks Ocky, the temps are high as the ambient temp is around 35C if you noticed, next life I have no desire to be born anywhere near any hot region on earth really, I hate heat, Sun, light and general crowd, gimme cold, dark, isolated place anyday, I am very happy to reside in my coffin.
More KDE pimping, this time with Amarok.
Remember, the cold is a bad lover.
BTW Have you tried Goggles media player ? http://code.google.com/p/gogglesmm/ ?
For me the cold is my natural abode. The Google media player looks quite interesting, I usually use VLC for all my audio be it gnome or kde, there is a total winamp clone for Linux called qmmp, if you like winamp interface or you are used to it, this is for you.
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