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  1. Ocky

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    I really want a Chev Bel Air 1957 vintage !

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  2. linuxforall

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    WOW! nice effect there Ocky.
     
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    I think this is the type of wallpaper which men like.:)
     
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    Wow, lots of beautiful images.Thanks.
     
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    Mine's just the default interface of Ubuntu Netbook Edition, maybe I'll change it later..

    Same with multiple Linux virtual machines.
     
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    Those pics are wonderful.You can make a city tour without getting tired.:)
     
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    Lots'a beauty - mus'be some spectacular sites in Turkey! I especially like your clock tower in Konak Square - beautiful!
     
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    Trialing ubuntu. Very nice I must say.
     

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    Zorin 3 in VM

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    How bout a peek under the hood PRUHDG - a few of the items that make Zorin standout?
     
  15. LambRador

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    Xubuntu.

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  16. LambRador

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    Another one.

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    Thank goodness he? didn't :eek:;) quote.
     
  19. linuxforall

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    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.
     

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  20. linuxforall

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    The KDE whore in me just couldn't resist pimping it. LOL!
     

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    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 ? ;)
     
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    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.
     
  23. linuxforall

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    More KDE pimping, this time with Amarok.
     

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    :D Remember, the cold is a bad lover.
    BTW Have you tried Goggles media player ? http://code.google.com/p/gogglesmm/ ?
     
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    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.

    http://qt-apps.org/content/show.php/Qmmp?content=59218
     
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