Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Beavenburt, Feb 7, 2009.
here is mine at the time of posting although wallpaper changes every 5 mins.
Where do you guys get your wallpapers from?
I just use Google images.
Any specific search term? Because whenever I search for "Wallpaper" I can never find such good images.
Always a search term (otherwise you'll mostly get banalities).
The San Francisco image came from rain wallpaper.
tobacco wallpaper, for ex. will get you some striking ones.
My current desktop
Mint XFCE. I like my OS Elegant and clean.
Gnome 3 on ArchLinux
@accessgranted, is that a Wartburg there?
Hi, I have no clue. At first glance I thought it might have been a old Lada, but just can't say for sure.
Yes, old Lada from about 77.
Hey Bo! I looked in here after seeing you posted in a Linux thread Kind of hoping you started playing with Linux!
Hi Vasa, to be honest, I only realized this was a Lynux thread after I posted. Probably Lynux would get along with me well as I dont need to install too many programs, I could find what I need out of whats available, and live happily. But to this day, I haven't thought about leaving Windows. Greetings.
@bo elam If you do feel like taking this adventure, please do. And if you run into problems then don't hesitate to create a thread here, we'll gladly help you out
Appreciate the offer, amarildojr. Thank you.
You know that most Linux distros can be made into "LIve USBs" so that you can boot into Linux without affecting your hard disk at all. If you don't like it, you can reuse the USB for whatever else you want!
I learn a lot (and help out whenever I can) at ubuntuforums.org (more friendly) and askubuntu.com (more formal: they have downvoting just like any other Stack Exchange site) so if you do want to give it a go ...
Nice. I also prefer clean interface.
Xubuntu 15.10 (that's it, I'm done distro hopping)
icons, RAVEfinity's Vibrantly-Simple
windows theme, RAVEfinity's Radiance
That looks really nice.
Brilliant. Don't stop guys!
I felt like flat theming
PartedMagic (Slackware) current version. Steamboat Delta Queen in Louisiana (Franz Neumeier)
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