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Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Beavenburt, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. Beavenburt

    Beavenburt Registered Member

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    My fresh new opensuse with the latest kde 4.2.2.
     

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  2. lodore

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    looks nice.
    shame about Yast:D

    once the update to network manager comes through (last update broke wireless) i may customize my fedora desktop and then post here.
     
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  3. Beavenburt

    Beavenburt Registered Member

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    YaST is working flawlessly for me. No complaints here.
     
  4. Longboard

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    Latest CentOS default desktop graphics: I like it. :)
    Has caused some controversy: not universally loved
    Using it ( CentOs) as desktop here, works good.
     

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  5. lodore

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    Hey,
    I was talking about how much of a maze it is to do a simple task.
     
  6. Beavenburt

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    I know what you're saying. However, I installed this from the kde 4.2.2 livecd, downloaded from here:

    http://home.kde.org/~binner/kde-four-live/

    YaST is actually quite conservative in it's options. I'll post some more screenies from home later, time permitting. I think this is like a mini suse install with kde on top. It's really very nice.
     
  7. chronomatic

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  8. GlobalForce

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    chrono1.jpg

    This (link) work'in for ya Chrono?
     
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  9. chronomatic

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    Yep. Works great.
     
  10. Metal425

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    My Kubuntu Desktop:
     

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  11. incursari

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    My latest screen-shot Fedora 10. Now i became distro hopper..lol. Hard choice between Ubuntu, Fedora and Debian/Dreamlinux. So far i love it :thumb:
     

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  12. Ocky

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    One of CentOS 5.3 on old standby laptop.
     

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  13. wat0114

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    PCLinux 2009, KDE.
     

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  14. ahriman

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    OpenSUSE 11.1 just installed. At first I hated KDE 4, I've changed my mind.

    Chicago-small.jpg
     
  15. Climenole

    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hi all :)

    Here's my modest contribution (an Ubuntu with the default WallPaper... :rolleyes: ) and some of my running applications ...
    Comments on the screen capture via FastStone capture 5.2 (freeware) running on Ubuntu with WINE...

    I like commands lines (since Unix system V and BSD...) but sometimes I have to read the MAN... :doubt:

    and, last but not least, I'm a (very little) "pirate" too... ;)

    Keep smile! :)
     

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  16. Riverrun

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    Jaunty with none of the bling.
     

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  17. Arup

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    I see Google Picasa on your taskbar, did you install beta 3 by adding the repos or did you install via .deb?
     
  18. Riverrun

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    I used the deb package, wouldn't like to chance a Beta on a Beta. ;)
     
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    Good idea.
     
  20. Beavenburt

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    My current Arch with KDEMod 4.2.2 which I must say is fantastic and certainly a keeper. I'm very impressed and feeling quite settled with this. May well keep me from going back to Debian when KDE4 goes into testing.
     

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  21. ahriman

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    Just installed the Ubuntu RC1. I last tried Ubuntu years ago and hated it. Quite like it now. :)
     

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  22. Beavenburt

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    Another month, another screenshot! :D
     

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  23. ahriman

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    Freshly installed OpenBSD 4.5 (64-bit):
    OpenBSD.jpg
     
  24. Eice

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    Ubuntu Jaunty.
     

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  25. Arup

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    Jauntyx64.
     

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