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No edition. Just post your shit or whatever.

>> No.71996919
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>> No.71997023
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generic post coming through

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>> No.71997100

>>71997036
1600x1200 resolution of the Elder Gods

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>> No.71997188

>>71996800
what panel is that?
also, what's that process monitor?

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>>71997102
Sorry for deleting my post. Got 4chan X and Oneechan working in Falkon. Now everything is a nice Zenburn theme.

>> No.71997294

>>71997188
bar is plain old Polybar
system monitor is Gotop

>> No.71997310

>>71997294
>>71997188
the other terminals are running cmatrix and pipes.sh if you're wondering

>> No.71997327

>>71997310
I wasn't, those are well-known applications.

thank you though, nice setup.

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>>71997023
I like it senpai.

>> No.71997479

>>71996800
Could you share your polybar dotfiles, OP?

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>>71996800
Makes me want to use i3 or some other window manager again..

>> No.71997541

>>71997479
It's really just the example config with some modules removed and Font Awesome icons. I didn't even clean the config up (as in mpd is still sitting there in the middle of the bar unconfigured and such)

pastebin.com/w4CwLMhi

>> No.71997546

>>71997510
Is Solus worth it? I liked the Budgie DE, but didn't have the courage to install it.

>> No.71997568

>>71997546
Ubuntu Budgie is more polished than Solus. Budgie is pretty much dead now that Ikey has left, they keep planning essential features for "Budgie 11" which may or may not ever happen because it's in the hands of maintainers now.

>> No.71997582

>>71997546
It's pretty good. Everything I need is in the repositories and just works most of the time.

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>>71996800
lmao hlwm best wm you straight virgins, btw this is 100% tiling.

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This took some time. And I'm still not entirely satisfied.

>> No.71997642

>>71997582
Had the opposite experience. Like 10% of the programs I usually install on a fresh GNU/Linux install weren't in the repositories. I made a package request for them to be told that since they hadn't had a release for a while (because they're stable software that don't need updates) so they'd be "dead on arrival" according to their package rules. Fuck Solus.

>> No.71997664

>>71996800
>>71946217
you should know

>> No.71997672

>>71997642
Fair enough.

>> No.71997717

>>71997664
What should I know? That thread is archived.

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Gotta love some of that zsh

>> No.71997759

>>71997742
What do you like about zsh? I've never used anything besides bash.

>> No.71997768

>>71997717
Jesus get 4chanX already

>> No.71997803

>>71997546

Consider NixOS for bigass repos and a pretty easy budgie setup as in NixOS DEs/WMs are literally just a config option, not stupid shit like AUR pkgbuilds either, real packages. However I'd definitely try it in a VM first, as it's really weird. Basically the entire system is controlled via a single config file although it can be modularized, the "NixOS" way of configurating programs even involves writing their configs in that main NixOS conf. Repos are hella good though (but nonfree needs to be enabled if you want it).

>> No.71997805

>>71997759
There's some beautiful themes available with oh my zsh (inb4 basedboy face). I like the Agnoster theme, it really fits in with the rest of powerline that I use for vim, and makes running commands on my remote server very beautiful while not bothering to show the host on my desktop.

>> No.71997818

>>71997759
It'll be the default in macOS from Catalina so thought I'd set it and see what's different and what's out there in terms of addons. Stuff like autocompletion is baked in and good, seems to be better for remoting, oh-my-zsh as a framework is okay-good, and I can transfer all my functions and aliases over easily enough.
So tl;dr it's the future and bash is the past

>> No.71997845

>>71997818
>>71997805
Thanks, guys. I'll try it out someday.

>> No.71997859

>>71997759
not the one who posted that but personally I think it's really great because of the extensions and vanilla just generally handles better than bash in a lot of areas like autocomplete. I've got a lot of extensions, one is this thing called z which automatically guesses what directory you want when given a dir name and just jumps to it, no path needed. I have it paired with fz which basically gives it fuzzy search tab completion, it's fucking godly for deep dirs. I also have a thing that shows modes with vi binds to the right of prompt and lets it put and yank to and from the X clipboard. It's honestly amazing.

>> No.71997863

>>71997805
Been very happy with Spaceship ( https://github.com/pascaldevink/spaceship-zsh-theme ) but Agnoster is really nice, I get why it would suit that setup.

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I DID IT! Yall weren't joking about those compile times

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>>71997863
Yeah but it's slow as hell desu. simple prompt best prompt

>> No.71997910

>>71997880
Kinda like your colorscheme what is it?

>> No.71997929

>>71997888
nbd if your machine is fast enough

>> No.71997984

>>71997929
Well yeah it's not like SLOW but I get really compulsive if I can't watch my prompt speed down the terminal at vanilla zsh rate by holding ^C, it's stupid I know but it bothers me and if I really needed git status that often I'd likely make a quick script that outputs it or even just bind git status to something in zsh.
tl;dr yeah it's really not that big of a deal but I'm autistic about making it as fast as humanely possible

>> No.71998041

>>71997910
https://terminal.sexy/

go to Scheme Browser/collection/navy-and-ivory

>> No.71998051

>>71998041
Ah okay nice. might consider porting that to base16 with a few modifcations, it's pretty.

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>>71998051
Ikr I went through so many schemes and this one is almost perfect, although you'll wanna lighten the dark purple and darken the backgroud, as you can see comments are almost invisible

>> No.71998157

>>71998131
yeah my modifications are generally to make the hue go from red to blue in proper order (red > orange > yellow > green > blue) and play with saturation.

>> No.71998176

>>71997596
>manual tiling
>confusing tiling for my low tier brain
I really wanted to like herbslutwm but i couldn't, what's the bottom bar and the fetch btw?

>> No.71998211

>>71998176
the fetch is a little custom script I made, want it? The bottom bar is lemonbar, you want that as well? Be warned, a lot of the stuff it does is integrated with other scripts I have in place to make it event based so it could need a good bit of adaptation.

Did you understand the idea of frames? Because if you don't hlwm makes no sense and if you do it's really pretty simple. Basically frames let you split your screen in half vertically or horizontally and once you do each of those halves functions a lot like its own little contained workspace, which can be resized. Splitting within a frame of course, just splits that frame.

>> No.71998218

>>71996800
background is too blurry for terminal blur to be nice

>>71996919
moar Xfce I see. This one is ok, I don't like desktop icons though, nor scroll bars on terminal windows.

>>71997023
nice resolution. what are you using for your progressbar_look in ncmpcpp? I also like the colours

>>71997036
too homosexual for me, but i like the fat blurry fonts. pretty ugly window decorations, worse than stock macOS

>>71997238
This is me, so I'll refrain from rating. (Pls rate)

>>71997397
Looks like you need compton, or if you already run it to add some shadows. just my taste. also compton can give you some nice terminal blur if you're into it.

>>71997459
nice terminal windows, if you're not going to get blur might as well make them opaque. pretty standard cinnamon, did you install it from an ubuntu netinstall? or did you install vanilla Ubuntu and then add cinnamon?

>>71997510
nice bold fonts for terminal, dunno why you'd use Solus for GNOME though. Even Solus for Budgie is not the best distro. But that's just my opinion.

>>71997596
very good fonts, look almost macOS-like, i also like the seperate panel elements. colors are a little busy, but i'm not supposed to give my opinion

>>71997638
is this nighttime with redshift enabled? feels pretty gross imho, but if you like the colors go for it.

>>71997742
pretty ok homosex rice I guess

>>71997880
Patrician resolution and Gentoo. colours look like a comic book, but for me that's not a good thing.

>>71998131
appears to be the same thing, you need to rice ncmpcpp a little bit.

>> No.71998250

>>71998218
yeah lmao I'm aware, I usually bump saturation on most of the base16 schemes I use.

>> No.71998261

>>71998218
>worse than stock macOS
That is stock macOS.

>> No.71998262

>>71998218
>is this nighttime with redshift enabled? feels pretty gross imho, but if you like the colors go for it.
Just tried something new. I went for a more nuanced colorscheme before but wanted to test something in the red-ish area. I think I'm going to change it soon, this is not good for late night programming lol

>> No.71998286

>>71998262
yeah but it's like really monochrome, like your syntax highlighting is barely distinct lmao.

>> No.71998314

>>71998218
OP here. I got no terminal blur. It's all just the background. Too much detail in my wallpapers gives me severe headache because my vision is impaired. I get ike 70% on my left eye and 85% on my right eye with glasses on. I mean, this is really only necessary when using a floating WM that shows a portion of the wallpaper all the time, but I've grown used to it and I like the aesthetic.

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>>71996800
great colors. cool blur.
>>71997397
nice colors + bar.
>>71997487
classic.
>>71997596
>hlwm
its my favorite too. why dont use just use floating?
>>71997880
great colors.
>>71997888
cool prompt.
>>71998176
its great when u get used to the manual frames.

>> No.71998378

>>71998211
>Did you understand the idea of frames? Because if you don't hlwm makes no sense and if you do it's really pretty simple. Basically frames let you split your screen in half vertically or horizontally and once you do each of those halves functions a lot like its own little contained workspace, which can be resized. Splitting within a frame of course, just splits that frame.

i understood that, but seems a bit too manual if you know what i mean, so do people like define layouts from the config file and use them or do you have to manually set these frames?
also i want this comfy fetch script pls

>> No.71998389

>>71998368
Ok that's fucking based, looks like i didn't quite understand how this wm works, i use bspwm atm and i wanted to change to openbox because floating but this shit is too fucking nice

>> No.71998441

>>71998368
looks super awesome. I'm really sad I can never have this
I've used tiling on my X200s and several other X series laptops but in the end the lack of screen real estate made me literally nauseous. I can only use floating on something with such a low resolution and I have no idea why. I mean, shouldn't tiling be ideal for these devices?

>> No.71998554

>>71998368
what is that smaller screenfetch? uf?

>> No.71998580

>>71998378
>i understood that, but seems a bit too manual if you know what i mean, so do people like define layouts from the config file and use them or do you have to manually set these frames?
im >>71998368 but i like how manual it is. i can control where exactly thing spawn and their size. its not for everyone tho. i have a few layouts in my config but i also manually set layouts.
>>71998389
ive heard good things about bspwn and openbox is great. in the webm im tiling using frames in herbstluftwm. then i open a terminal in the same frame as my browser and make that terminal float while the others are still tiling. the borders that flash around the terminals after i close neofetch are the frame borders. then i resized the frames using my mouse, which u can also do with the keybinds.
>>71998441
>I can only use floating on something with such a low resolution
ive heard this before. it doesnt bother me, but everyone is different.
>>71998554
ufetch. search for its github.

>> No.71998605

>>71996800
>>71996919
>icons on desktop
>steam
horrible

>>71997036
>>71997238
>>71997397
>>71997459
>>71997596
>>71997742
cringe

>>71997880
>>71998131
>>71998368

all trash
ones i didn't quote are good.

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Just a basic top

>> No.71998642

>>71997238
>>71998218
Neon looks pretty nice, haven't seen it in a while, but it's hard to rate when I don't know the defaults
>>71998368
You, sir, are a desktop artist

>> No.71998702

>>71998642
>You, sir, are a desktop artist
thank u.

>> No.71998709

>>71998702
I think he meant desktop autist man

>> No.71998722

>>71998441
with floating windows you use most of the real estate for the focused window, but tiling wms split windows evenly and that can be frustrating when half of small is too small

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>>71996800
M$ shills still SEETHING

>> No.71998802

>>71998378
no lmao you don't define layouts from the config, horizontal and vertical frame splitting is done via a keybind, and there's a key to merge those frames together too.
http://ix.io/1Pcy
^ there's the fetch, it's kinda shit and a lot of stuff in it isn't terribly reliable, sorry about that.

>>71998389
looks like he might be using the herbstluftwm scratchpad script, as someone who uses it themselves (you can't float individual windows in herb). Basically it can be triggered via keybind and toggles an entire workspace that kinda floats above the current one, it can be brought back up in any other workspace it's really cool.

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>>71998642
It can look pretty much however you want it to look like(as far as KDE goes). Like this guy >>71998729 making it look like Windows.

I'm playing around with this translucent look, I like it but I don't know if it will look nice with light terminals at night. Never used light termianls before, but it looks nice.

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>>71996800

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day 1040 in the desktop thread
all the rice i plant dies
not enough water? prob not enough water

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elin butt ommnng not toe mention striped thigh highs is this the best desktop or what

>> No.71999251

>>71999115
>Average Windows user
there's no defense

>> No.71999252

>>71999213
find Jesus

>> No.71999274

>>71999252
bro jesus was attracted to 15 yo it says so in the bible

>> No.71999329
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A lazy screenshot for a lazy day.
I literally haven't changed anything in months.

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>>71999251
There's nothing wrong with liking Windows.

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>>71999394

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is this the new desktop thread

>> No.71999641

>>71997238
Distro hopping is a mental illness

>> No.71999678

>>71999641
I'm already mentally ill (schizoaffective disorder, basically a minor case of schizophrenia with a mood disorder with rare ups but usally just major depression). I'm done distro hopping though.

>> No.71999746

>>71999594
what's the name of the shell extension that makes the top bar look so nice?

>> No.71999762
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OP here. Thought I'd show you my X61s setup too.

>> No.71999844

>>71999641
Not really. Distro Hopping is sort of your Linux-puberty. It just takes time to get somewhat settled for most people. You'll switch less and less over time until you find that one pussy to surpass all pussies. Then you're gonna stick with it.

>> No.71999857

>>71999746
That's a theme. https://drasite.com/flat-remix-gnome

>> No.71999884

>>71999762
Nice terminal font, what is it?

>> No.71999942

>>71999884
Honestly? Just the one XTerm comes with out of the box, whatever it's called. I got no idea how to set this up, but it looked fairly consistent with the desktop as is, so I stuck with it.

>> No.72000079

>>71999942
I was just fucking with you Anon.
Default actually looks decent there, though.

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kinda repost from my earlier >>71997596
but afterwards I was talking with some people and they gave me a wallpaper that I decided to make a scheme to compliment so I'm reposting with that.

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Pretty unspectacular, can't be bothered to actually do something nice with my desktop.

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sing me to sleep
and then leave me alone

>> No.72000327

>>72000079
I am an inept retard when it comes to fonts desu.

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>>72000097
Both of your desktops are really nice, great colorschemes
Also,
>Le Perv
>New Wave Hookers
Good taste

>>72000133
Sure is but hey, why fix what ain't broke I suppose

>>72000271
But Anon, I can't sing

>> No.72000401

>>72000372
It's actually just the Hotline Miami I & II OSTs but both are good regardless of that.

>> No.72000409

>>71999884
6x13

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https://youtu.be/UYwljDNBgeY?t=861

>> No.72001014

>>72000271
>say 3 times what song is playing

>> No.72001124

you guys wanna see my blog lol

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>>71998884
I really like this. What theme is that?

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>>71998802
you can save and keybind layouts in the config if u use the output of the herbstclient dump function. im using a scratchpad and single float script. what do u mean by:
>and there's a key to merge those frames together too.

>> No.72001441

>>72001338
mod o/u horizontal/vertical splits the frames, mod r merges those frames back together into one.

>> No.72001511

>>72001338
i need this font pleeeease

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>>72001284
You should be able to grab kvantum theme with pacman, i compiled it.
pacman -S kvantum-qt5
It's sort of a meta theme that lets you switch to a bunch of different looks.

Window decorations are GlassWhite-Kv, grab them from the Get New Window Decorations... in Settings.

Kvantum style is KvGlassWhite
https://store.kde.org/p/1240691/

The dock is Latte Dock, panel mode, made to have a full (but invisible) background to cause the blur.

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>>72001441
oh. ive never thought of it as merging the frames together, more as removing a frame. i have mine set to mod+Backspace. u should add this if u havent.
hc keybind $Mod-y split left 0.5
hc keybind $Mod-i split top 0.5
>pic unrelated
>>72001511
kakwafont and artwiz cure.

>> No.72001561

>>71997487
kek

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>>72001623
is that your wallpaper or one thicc white window border?

>> No.72001651

>>72001532
thank you :)

>> No.72001675

>>72001623
are there even any macbooks that are native 1080p lmbo

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>>72001650
xsetroot -solid white

>>72001675
imac

>> No.72001838

>>72001821
ew non macbook mac haha

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u r gay

>> No.72002092

>>72002007
your gay

>> No.72002097

>>72002007
>CentOs
>Desktop
well at least we're not retarded

>> No.72002108
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72002108

Generic, though I'd like to consider it utilitarian.

>> No.72002149

>>71999046
why void main?

>> No.72002192

>>72002007
>Cinnamon version 3.6.7
>released Oct. 2017
>Cinnamon 4.2 just dropped
lol grandpa get with the times

>> No.72002559

>>72002192
that's because CentOS and muh stability. It's made for servers, not for desktop use.

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>> No.72002622
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72002622

Fresh install. Trying to revive all my ancient configs that don't work anymore.

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>> No.72004944
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72004944

sup

>> No.72004950

>>72004944
based, all these lincucks desktops look hideous.

>> No.72005056

>>72004950
thanks, planning to do a whole 2000 look for windows 7 down to the last icon (except wifi since 2000 didn't come with wifi, maybe i'll go with a xp icon for that)

>> No.72005106

>>72005056
or someone could make a custom icon that is consistent with 2000's deisgn language

>> No.72005274

>>72005106
i could go with the xp icon as a model and make a 2000 version with the wifi waves, but it's gonna take a bit

good idea though, thanks

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>> No.72005384

>>72005274
Looking at the XP icon I guess the result would be a CRT with the waves emitting from it. You could use the My Computer icon as inspiration

>> No.72005441

>>72005384
Yeah, but I'll probably base it off the "LAN cable unplugged" icon from 2000 along with icons from some DELL drivers I can find through Resource Hacker.

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72005463

>>71996800

>> No.72005476
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72005476

>>72005441
This is sort of what I had in mind. Just gimped it together real quick.

>> No.72005875
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72005875

At least I tried.

>> No.72006505

>>72001622
Pape, please?
>>72005463
Please teach me how to change the icons!

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72006634

>> No.72006726

>>72006634
Do the people who have their windows like this in i3 set them to floating and manually place them like this?

>> No.72006741

>>72006726
I don't float them when I actually use my machine. The floating is just for showing off my rice (and yeah, I placed them manually)

>> No.72006813

>>71997638
Sick taste in anime and sick taste in music

>> No.72006925

>>72006741
That's what I thought, but I thought maybe there is something IDK about, or maybe people configured it to automatically position floating windows a certain way through keyboard commands (actually there are likely people who do that).

>> No.72007020

>>72006634
looks great. love the minimal browser + bar. how did u record this? what command?

>> No.72007118

>>72002559
>>72002192
>>72002092
>>72002097

everyone so jelly of my laptop uptime game

>> No.72007139

>>72007118
that isn't long at all though. You don't even get the (!) until after 100

>> No.72007155
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72007155

>>71996800

>> No.72007183

>>72002192
>4.2

lolno

>> No.72007221

>>72007139
yeah. this isn't my workstation. i had that up over a year before i rebuilt it.

this is just my personal laptop.

>> No.72007292

>>72007020
Thanks. I use OBS to record but there are probably less bloaty alternatives

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72007396

>inb4 Luke

>> No.72007425
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72007425

>>71996800
It just works

>> No.72007441

>>72007425
*slowly and poorly*

>> No.72007457

>>72007441
cope harder

>> No.72007471
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>>72007457
it's true though, opensuse sucks dick
last time it was good was around the 9.2 era

>> No.72007493

>>72007471
elaborate. tumbleweed is fast, satble and rolling realease. i haven't noticed a performance drop at all since i moved from gnome debian testing netinst

>> No.72007495
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72007495

where the heck is the generic police guy when you need him

>> No.72007516

>>72007493
let's both choose some large package neither of us have installed and we'll time it.
Your CPU is faster than mine so you'll have the edge. I guarantee your install will take significantly longer than mine (using SwagArch here)

>> No.72007592

>>72007516
ofc packman is faster than zypper. its probably the fastest package manager. i was talking about VM work, compile times etc.

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72007596

>>71999115
>>71999394
>>72005330
>>72005463
based winCHADs

>> No.72007605

>>72007592
yeah that's fine but zypper is just so awful that I cannot into suse any more

>> No.72007607
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72007607

mint+cinnamon is comfy.

>> No.72007612
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>> No.72007655

>>72007605
its about the same speed as aptitude and confilcts are soul eating, but once you get the hang of it its completley fine.

>> No.72007739

>>72001821
font?

>> No.72007768
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72007768

>>72007612
Oops. some of the icons were wrong (maximize button and distributor logo with the icon theme I'm using) Fixed now

>> No.72007814

>>72007396
whats that program in the top left terminal, the list looking thing. If it shows a list i might have a use for it

>> No.72008091

>>72007814
it's newsboat. it's a rss reader

>> No.72008134

>>72008091
oh i use newsboat daily already, yours look way different than mine tho

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>>72008134
I customized it a little I guess.

>> No.72010074
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72010074

here you go finally switched back to xold and decided on xfce

>> No.72010182

>>71998368
based, love the font consistency

>> No.72011893

passed the software part of the A+ exam today boys
Hardware part on Thursday

>> No.72011999

>>72005330
10/10

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>>71996800
i usually dont post in these threads but i really like my current setup. surprisingly productive too.

>> No.72012718
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72012718

New desktop, what do you think?

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>>72010074
Nice consistent fonts, wallpapers look great too

>>72012496
Would you believe the wallpaper is a coincidence
The setup is quite nice

>>72012718
Lookin' good there Anon

>> No.72012782

>>72012718
really digging how the red on grey makes my corneas bleedd

>> No.72012805

>>72007155
OMG that clean script. Must have for any gentoo install.

>> No.72012844

>>72010074
nice setup
>>72012750
>Would you believe the wallpaper is a coincidence
well its from one of the wallpaper boards so yeah

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I fixed it, but it was funny

>> No.72012899
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72012899

I just installed a new graphics card.
Runs The Hunter: COTW at 1920x1080 superbly which was my goal.
Never knew gaming on Linux was this wonderful

>> No.72012913

>>72012899
Is The Hunter: COTW supported for Linux officially, or run through Proton?

>> No.72013050

my ex actually installed ubuntu over my gentoo rice. don't get your so's into your hobbies

>> No.72013076

>>72013050
ubuntu is better anyway

>> No.72013278

>>72013076
to each their own. im just upset i sperged out hours upon hours on my dots and now theyre gone. before making fun of me for not backing up, she through my externals in a bath

>> No.72013345

>>72012913
Proton

>> No.72013488
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72013488

Trying out a light theme for a change. Feels nice so far, I guess the real test is at night

>> No.72013493

>>71997036
cool wallpaper

>> No.72013815

>>72013278
you beat her for that right?

>> No.72014081

>>71997510
pape?

>> No.72014709

>>72001532
could you please share wallpaper? reverse image search returned nothing but your old scrots

>> No.72014920

>>72013488
Based tilix fren

>> No.72014967

>>72007155
>T420
>1600x900
how does it feel to be an Elder God, anon? I'll worship this setup by stabbing my 1366x768 panel with an SS honour dagger

>> No.72015009
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72015009

Has anyone else unironically installed gentoo?

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>>72015009
How the fuck do you read that?

>> No.72015700

>>72015421
I use contacts

>> No.72015808
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>>72004944
Windows 2000 was probably my favorite windows OS, I used it until EOL, It was so nice coming from Windows ME especially.

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>>72010182
thanks.
>>72014709
pic related.

>> No.72016120

>>72015009
--quiet

>> No.72016121

>>72015009
how long did the installation take? Does it still take forever to compile?

>> No.72016271

>>72016121
A couple days, but I'm not a NEET. Compiling the kernel isn't bad if you do it manually, but the browser took over 24 hrs.

>> No.72016502

>>72013488
Based Elementary OS!

Honestly my favorite for my casual laptop.

>> No.72016567

>>72007739
liberation mono

>> No.72017215

>>72015808
based and fishpilled

>> No.72017265

>>72016271
Install clang with goldlink or lld, thank me later

>> No.72017269
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inb4 “line 57: name p3 not found”

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OP here.
Back with my X200s that I started on ~3 hours ago.

>> No.72018037
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>>72014081
Here you go

>> No.72018124
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>>72018037
I thought that was higher-res, here's a 1080p version.

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>>71996800
Aint nothing pretty, but she gets the job done.

>> No.72018264
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72018264

Just getting my feet wet in penguin waters.

>> No.72018309
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>>72018259
pape if people are interested.

>> No.72018416
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72018416

I'm busy reinstalling Windows 8.1 & Windows 7 on my workstations so I'm stuck with a Thinkpad for the moment. I plan to rice it soon, but these modifications will do for now.

>> No.72018473

>>72018416
>8.1
by God, WHY?

>> No.72018661
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>> No.72018677

>>72018473
I don't know...

>> No.72018686

>>72018473
What's wrong with Windows 8.1 compared to 7 or 10, aside from the elements of Metro UI?

>> No.72018701

>>72018686
Mainstream support is over, but if you can cope with not receiving updates, you might as well go full Windows 7 and ditch the shit UI. There is no reason to use 8.1 if you have Windows 7 and Windows 10 available.

>> No.72018736

>>72006505
I didn't change any icons, the start menu icons for things come default with the classic start menu program.

>> No.72018737

>>72018701
What about performance for power users and the new BIOS instruction sets?

>> No.72018763

What features does Windows 8.1 have that 7 does not?

>> No.72018764

>>72018701
Windows 8.1 compared to 7:
>better performance
>better battery life for laptops
>better support
So...
>There is no reason to use 8.1
Is simply WRONG.

>> No.72018769

>>72018701
>shit UI
>what is classic shell

>> No.72018793

>>72018764
AMD no longer supports Windows 8.1 since 2017 :/

>> No.72019713

>>72018764
There's also native USB3, NVMe, TRIM, and SMB3 support, too.
Dsm, too, for removing stale Windows update files.
>>72018793
In most cases, Windows 7 drivers work just fine on 8.1. I use an R9 285/380

>> No.72019880

>>72019713
I use the R9 280X and i was still on 2017 drivers. I heard that Windows 7 drivers could work though. I just reinstalled Windows 8.1 though, so i'll start at the beginning with the old Catalyst Control Center drivers and my Asrock, MSI, and LG CDs.

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>>71996800

>> No.72022635

>>71997487
god damn

>> No.72022669
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Ok lads I'm officially done distrohopping. Back to the mothership.

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>> No.72022748

hey i'm trying out openbox, what panel/dock do you guys usually run?

>> No.72022779
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72022779

Rate my archfetch

>> No.72022793

>>72018661
Post your fvwm config you dumb smelly

>> No.72022804
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72022804

>>72006634
what browser is this?

>> No.72022830

>>72000097
Could you please post that pape? Looks really nice

>> No.72022863

>>72022804
webkit-based like Epiphany I guess

>> No.72022877
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>>72022702
Bowsette good, Windows 7 bad
>>72022830
looks like it's just an edit of pic related

>> No.72022882

>>71997238
Why use falkon?

>> No.72022886

>>72007155
>battery
Oh shit, using gentoo on portable device is not best option.
Why not compile everything for it on PC? Install LFS?

>> No.72022896

Is there a point when rice makes using your machine less convenient & if there is such a point, where is it?

I never had much of a desire to get into using a window manager like i3 because it just feels like you're making stuff harder on yourself.

Yes it absolutely can look beautiful, but I can't really justify the effort

>> No.72022904

>>72022779
Please rate this.
Who uses arch?

>> No.72022908
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72022908

>>71996800

>> No.72022917

>>72022882
basically I wanted something that was based on QT so that it would fit in with my KDE theme. Chrom* and Firefox both use GTK. Now that I'm back on vanilla Ubuntu I'm back to using Chrome. >>72022669

I got 4chan X and Oneechan working, but stuff like Imagus didn't work/have an equivalent. I use Imagus a lot (almost on every site that isn't 4chan where I use the 4chan X image hover feature), so it was a big deal.

>> No.72022935

>>72022896
No effort, you can use it out of the box, besides it uses a lot less resources, so if you want fast powerfull machine you have no choice but DWM, or even better something like DWM and pure Wayland software.

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72022938

>>72007155
>cd /usr/portage/distfiles
>rm -r *

why you acting like eclean doesn't exist ?

>> No.72022980

>>72022863
I'll look into it, thanks

>>72022882
I'm using it too, I guess it's just confy and also based on webkit. And not too bloated, at least compared to Chrome/Firefox and shit. And I like the fact that I can remove most of the elements on the toolbar, to get it as minimalistic as possible, thus why I'm interested in this anon's browser >>72006634
Out of minimalist browsers I did try to use min-browser which is exatcly what I looked for except for being an electron app. A damn shame.

Btw I don't really see any yellow themed rice, do someone have experience with them ? They seem harder to balance than blues or even other colored themes. And i really like that color.

>> No.72022985

>>72022877
Probably. Thanks for posting it, pal

>> No.72023195

>>72022935
I don't think the resource argument really makes much sense though.
If you draw a correlation between screen size and machine performance you kinda end up with the realization that lower powered machines like laptops tend to be stuck in 1366x768 hell.
Yes you would benefit from using less system resources, but Tiling windows on such small screens, especially GUI applications usually renders them unusable.

Personally I just want to git gud at the GNU/Linux and rice a DE to look somewhat acceptable
Mostly I'm just salty over the fact that the majority of desktops use tiling managers and I can't steal anyones beautiful XFCE setup

>> No.72023267

>>72010074
What's up with the glitchiness in the middle? Great rice btw
>>72022779
Why such wide fonts?

>> No.72023812

>>71997023
what's the screenfetch-like program you're using? haven't seen it before. looks different from screenfetch and neofetch.

>> No.72024121

>>72023812
not him, but ufetch.

>> No.72024277

>>72023812
it's ufetch a collection of simple bash scripts that do the job of a fetching program
i just took the ascii logo and made simple commands to get the other data

>> No.72024316

>>72024277
>>72024121
Thanks /g/uys! I like neofetch and screenfetch for my distro's default terminal, but this one seems like it would display nicer in xterm.

>> No.72024359
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72024359

...Hey! ᶘ ͡°ᴥ͡°ᶅ

>> No.72024381

>>72024359
Really nice, but I would have changed the red to orange imho.

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>> No.72024520

>>72022804
It's Firefox

>> No.72026436
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72026436

Ongoing new rice

>> No.72026650

>>71998729
you need to go back to /r/unixporn

>> No.72026733
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72026733

Trying out a new colour scheme/theme. It's called Nordic (GTK/gnome-shell theme) or Nord (the colour scheme).

>> No.72027573

>>71996919
JEDI MIND TRICKS BABY!

>> No.72027584

>>71997023


>>71997023
JEDI MIND TRICKS BABY

>> No.72027769
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72027971

>>71997510
nice pape
>>71997596
very nice anon
>>71999213
cute! can you post pape plox
>>72001532
very cute desu
>>72007768
looks good
>>72018661
cute, really like your 4chin rice

>> No.72029102

Anyone know how to make my battery in my i3status show 100% instead of 100.00%?

>> No.72029327
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How do I remove borders but still be able to tell which window I'm using. This is awesomewm.

>> No.72029328

>>72029102
sed

>> No.72029370

What a bunch of virgins

>> No.72029386

>>72029328
wut

>> No.72029403

>>72029386
use sed

>> No.72029428

>>71996800
good music taste OP
what's the cpu/memory usage program?

>> No.72029434

>>72029102
cut, . as delimeter

>> No.72029442

>>72029434
delimiter*
hehe idk why I misspelled that shit

>> No.72029491

>>72029328
>>72029403
>>72029434
last_full_capacity = true
integer_battery_capacity = true

did the trick...

>> No.72029745

>>72004944
Nice Windows 7, larper.

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is dwm much better than i3?
also manjaro master race

>> No.72030135

anyone try a complete xorgless install? not even xwayland? I was thinking about doing an arch install with just wayland and no x compatibility layer. I know it's possible but how usable would it be?

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>> No.72030905

>>72030591
FIND A FLAW (pls rec some changes, I think it's perfect tho)

>> No.72031001

>>72030591
based

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72031365

New install. Been a long time.

>>71998368
>>71999213
>>72000097
>>72000271
>>72001338
>>72001532
>>72017269
>>72017975
>>72020452
>>72026436
elegant/10

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>>71996800

>> No.72031536

>>71996919
I'm using the same wp, good taste.

>> No.72031573

>>72029745
>larper
except i hate larping

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is this the new desktop thread

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>>72031701

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>>71996800

>> No.72032782

>>72029428
probably gotop or some other meme clone

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