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

  1. Ocky

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    mousepad is a text editor available for Xfce. Looks the same as leafpad which
    is the default in Xubuntu. gedit is a little more advanced.
    .gtkrc is the config file for themes.If you look in the .themes folder
    (in your home folder) you should see them there - several if you have installed different
    themes (one for each theme).

    Have a great 2012 ! :)
     
  2. mack_guy911

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    so far get this 177 mb start then goes to 166 also i am using external drive so it may also take some mb for mounting ......etc .and theme/icon theme its gnome theme some icons i tweaks my self to give extra looks .......:D
     

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  4. Beavenburt

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    Vector 7 with atolm gtk and awoken icons.
     

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  5. mack_guy911

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    very nice theme iceni60 :)

    :thumb:


    Beavenburt you are xfce king man i always wanted to try vector linux but never did hows the stability of it. :thumb:

    also which xfce distro you found best after debian if its your 1st default choice :rolleyes:
     
  6. Beavenburt

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    Hi Mack

    Vector is as stable as they come being based on Slackware while it releases about every couple of years. It also feels fast and lean. I know that's subjective but it just feels lean and mean and quick. It also has quite a sane group of default applications. sbopkg for easily installing slackbuilds works well if one requires an app that isn't in the repos. nvidia drivers installed fine, suspend / resume work, all hardware including my printer/scanner combo is recognised. The install process is a bit drawn out with lots of obtions but it does work flawlessly. I tell you I've fell in love with Vector.

    Additionally, for the awesome infinality font rendering packages, grab them from here:- http://someslack.wordpress.com/2012/01/03/infinalitys-font-rendering-on-slackware-2/

    I'd have to say Vector is now my fave xfce distro. I like most that i've tried including xubuntu but Vector to me feels right.
     
  7. Beavenburt

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    How typical is this, as soon as I start raving about a distro it only goes and fails to suspend properly!! Argghhh!!!
     
  8. AlexC

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    My simple Bodhi Linux. When less is more...


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  9. iceni60

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    got rid of the top panel

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  10. nisby79

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    installed xubuntu 11.10
    for me xfce is the best DE at the moment

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  11. nisby79

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    ono more with slingshot launcher

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  12. vasa1

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    Belated Thanks and Greetings, Ocky! Alles klar :) and I've done share of editing .gtkrc to domesticate the dreamy cat.
     
  13. mack_guy911

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    little more mackish icons with xubuntu :D
     

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  14. mack_guy911

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    one more mackish screenshot icon work in progress so some icons didnt look nice :D


    edit: i tried them on my custom live cd i wish these kinda icons of *nix too they are so awesome
     

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  15. Ocky

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    You have good taste iceni60, even with the knees on the knobbly side. ;)

    @mack_guy, icons are awesome - you are not called mack_guy for nothing. :)
     
  16. mack_guy911

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    thanks ocky man for comment man

    icons are light and fast problem is only you can use them for pvt use and they made for mac i wish to see like them more in future for linux too ;)
     
  17. Ocky

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    SL 6.1

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  18. mack_guy911

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    @ocky awesome conky man :thumb:

    i love they way cd player looks you are the one who get cool stuff and you blame me :D


    @Beavenburt thanks i tried today yes its great very fast and stable the only problem i face is icons and i dont have a background of slackware otherwise its nice distro :thumb:

    @nisby79 nice screenshots man slingshot launcher looks very intersting :thumb:
     
  19. Mrkvonic

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    What icon set is that please?
    Mrk
     
  20. Ocky

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    yes ocky right mrk they are color flow also you can find png as well



    http://subuddha.deviantart.com/art/Colorflow-1-2-quot-MAC-10-5-quot-125355496



    what i did is i use gimp to resize and replace original icons of folder's in places folder with these ones but i did that on live cd as try mode also on my linux mint 10 :D


    but i guess on kde they really look more awesome and alive :)


    here the full gallery

    http://subuddha.deviantart.com/gallery/
     
  22. Ocky

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    This one specially selected for mack_guy's perusal.

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  23. mack_guy911

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    HA HA HA HA very nice picture :D

    eve with apple :D
     
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    Rocking KUbuntu 11.10 now!

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  25. mack_guy911

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    my new linux mint 10 icons i replace faenza mac big icons with macish icons so combo of both look nice :D
     

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