Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Beavenburt, Feb 7, 2009.
Clean, simple and easy on the eye. Old school plastique style.
Here's a shot of my FreeBSD 9.0 box with a custom Fluxbox theme.
Another Kubuntu 12.04
Here's another shot of the same machine with a different custom Fluxbox theme.
This is another FreeBSD box of mine running Windowlab as a WM and conky. It's only got a 13.6BG HD in it and I'm in the process of converting it over to a dedicated firewall.
Windowlab is about as lightweight a WM as you can get, using less resources than Xclock, but takes some getting used to. It doesn't have a menu like Fluxbox, you right click on the desktop and the menubar appears at the top where you can program launch buttons in, there's no click to focus by window, and you can drag and active window behind an inactive one too.
Here's yet another FreeBSD box showing Windowlab with the default color and how it looks without having right-clicked to show the menubar. That's an old laptop with a 1.2GHz Celeron and 256MB RAM I salvaged so I was going for running with programs that used the minimum resources and still run X.
i forget to mention one thing icons looks realy ugly in ubuntu by default
with backlight on they look like this
to make them look like below link screenshot please turn backlight off
set it to EIT (edge illumination toggles)
after EIT it look like this
My other FreeBSD box.
kubuntu 12.04 screenshot
magiea linux screenshot 1 and 2
Nice icons mack!
I prefer the light icons.
yes icons are awesome thanks Beavenburt
also i like buttons forget their name (glowglass black) something like that
have you tried rosa linux yet
its in RC but one distro which by default look so awesome
A shot of my new FreeBSD 9.0 build and custom Fluxbox theme.
Salix Fluxbox edition.
Ubuntu 12.04 XFCE 4.8 session I love it
Free(BSD) at last
Simple and Classy
Scientific Linux Defualt desktop )
KDE 4.8.90 (Beta 2) on Slackware
my new screenshot with sphere 1.2 icons
edit: this is also another intersting theme remix
for fun bringing the sexy back zhanna friske
this is for Mrk
I don't usually attempt to prettify my desktop these days. But the default GTK3 compatible themes on Debian Sid are an eyesore, and clash with the available Openbox themes... So I decided to see what the internets had to offer. The result was this:
That's Debian Sid with LXDE, Faenza icons, and the Ambience-Crunchy (Blue) Openbox/GTK2/GTK3 theme. Yay.
Linux Mint 13 Maya "Cinnamon" x64
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