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

  1. Ocky

    Ocky Registered Member

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    Nice Gkrellm there Arup. Wish I could get voltages and fans.
    Did you enable hddtemp daemon for hdd temps ?
     

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  2. demonon

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  3. Arup

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    You got a nice desktop there specially with the docked icons, I did enable the hddtemp daemon and the voltage and temp readouts come from lm-sensors.
     
  4. dan_maran

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    Ubuntu 9.04 x64
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    Controls - Nodoka-Silver
    Window Border - Dust
    Icons - Eikon
    Wallpaper - Hunuafalls

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  5. Ocky

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    Recent chainload of Jaunty 64 bit (ext4) for testing.
     

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  6. Beavenburt

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    A fairly standard Fedora Gnome desktop. Just a different panel image and Metacity theme. Must say i'm loving Fedora. It's here to stay on my system, been a month or so now. Has to be some sort of record for me!!! I'll probably switch to Fedora KDE once 4 is stable and mature enough, as I do still prefer good old KDE. After much playing it's just not quite there enough for me, but it will be.
     

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    Ubuntu 9.04
     

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  8. Ocky

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    Same old thing - but showing Opera ibis skin.
     

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  9. Beavenburt

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    Back with Arch and LXDE. I forgot just how lightening fast, lightweight and simple this is. I'm really urging myself to stop now. I can't get anymore perfect than what i've got but I just know something will test my resolve soon. KDE 4.3 in Debian perhaps :p There's just too much niceness in Linux to stick with one thing.
     

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  10. Ocky

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    So glad CentOS developers are back on track ! I have 5.3 on an older laptop
    which I use from time to time. Very stable and everything works. :thumb:
     

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  11. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    You managed wireless on CentOS ...? Nice one. I just completed my review - will be up in a few weeks, no wireless for me, I'm afraid ...

    What I wanted to ask: out of the box or ugly hacks with this and that?

    Cheers,
    Mrk
     
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  12. Ocky

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    Connecting via a Netgear AP. It's an HP nx6110 notebook. To get wireless I
    needed to install the driver for Intel Pro Wireless (ipw2200). Also, from the
    Applications menu>Network Configurations be sure to set the Channel (11 in
    my case).
    One needs to get the rpmforge repository to get all the goodies (also for the
    ipw2200 driver). Otherwise everything from flash to java to all possible
    multimedia/codecs incl. Apple Trailers etc. works like a charm.

    Regards and looking forward to another great review. :thumb:
    (PS .. it's WPA2)
     
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  13. tsec

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    Nothing too flash :)
     

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  14. Beavenburt

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    Still a bit of a work in progress but getting there. Loving Arch with LXDE.
     

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  15. GlobalForce

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    Run from RAM, USB or HD install. Persistent home possible. App browser repo with "on the fly" dep check'in! Responsive learning vehicle.

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    I'd say it works! The novice looking to orient themselves with Nix would quickly learn aboard this one. Install any browser to get started.
     
  16. chronomatic

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    Kubuntu 9.04, KDE 4.2.2

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  17. Mrkvonic

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    Don't tell me you're using that wallpaper, please ... That's eye-suicide.
    Mrk
     
  18. Beavenburt

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    Septembers flavour:- ubuntu mini install with the fantastic jwm. Also wbar and wallpaper stolen from Mrk.
     

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  19. chronomatic

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    Still Kubuntu 9.04, KDE 4.2.2, this time with new wallpaper

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  20. Ocky

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    Uncluttered in order to show wallpaper of frigate.

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  21. Ocky

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  22. Mrkvonic

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    Ocky, whence comest thy frigate wallpaper?
    Mrk
     
  23. Ocky

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  24. Beavenburt

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    This months ubuntu.
     

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  25. NGRhodes

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    Beavenburt,

    Is that the bluebuntu theme ?
    I tried it recently and would not install due to missing dependancies.
     
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