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Nah... knowing my brother, he paid big bucks for it, too. Mine actually has a picture of a gila monster painted on it... like this one:gila_monster.jpg

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Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

MX-16 torrent placed on usb from MX-15 then used MX-16 live to install. Piece of cake an I still have MX-15 on the ssd just in case.

4K monitor with KDE Plasma 5 on siduction.     With some windows   Images above are scaled down to 1920 x 1080.   And a link to a full 3840 x 2160 screenshot if you dare (4MB): http://i.im

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And Gila Monsters come from Mexico, what is painted on an Aboriginal boomerang would be a goanna.
Learn something new everyday. Really neat picture. I wish I had one for a pet. Off to wikipedia to read up on them.Thanks
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Have to wait till I borrow my brother's li'l camera again. :)Hmm... sure looks like a gila monster. I'll take your word for it though, Sunrat, since you're in a better position to know than I am. :lol:

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Have to wait till I borrow my brother's li'l camera again. :)Hmm... sure looks like a gila monster. I'll take your word for it though, Sunrat, since you're in a better position to know than I am. ;)
Or it could be Tiliqua rugosa, aka Stumpy-tailed Lizard or Shingleback, or a similar species.http://www.outback-australia-travel-secret...gue-lizard.htmlshingleback-lizard.jpg
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Your desktop looks really nice but next time could you please post it in the screenshot thread instead of making a new thread.

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Your desktop looks really nice but next time could you please post it in the screenshot thread instead of making a new thread.
Go ahead and move it then.Thanks
Mel,What happened to your avatar? :(
had to move some things around on photo bucket created some new albums. will have to redue it I guess.MelIts back now! Edited by mhbell
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Here is my newest screenshot::7492e761696595.gifXMonad 0.9-2 Window ManagerGnuscreen 4.0.3-8 with 10 tabs open showing Weechat-git 20091129-1 in current tabUrxvt (rxvt-unicode-256color 9.06-4) transparent terminals running * Archinfo script* Nano 2.2.1-1 editing XMonad main configuration fileUzbl-git 20091205-1 webbrowserNot a lot has changed; same wallpaper but with different colors and some different configurations this time. Gotta love Archlinux's package manager pacman, a simple

# pacman -Qi packagename

tells me the version of the package installed.I am getting a webcam tomorrow so get ready for some more shots. :whistling:

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Gotta love Archlinux's package manager pacman,
Yes, I like pacman (pacman-g2), we use it on Frugalware :hysterical: Keeping on thread topic, here is my current desktop:regex_desktop_thumb.jpg
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Now that the Holidays are over with, I can go back to regular, every day kinda' themes. :huh:slack13xfceshot05.th.png

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You've seen it before. I just modified an old wallpaper of mine to add the 13 and the Xfce stuff. :huh:

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Found a really cool dual screen wallpaper so I thought I would finally post clean desktops.201001032215402704x1050.th.pngNot religious at all but I thought the whole good versus evil wallpaper was awesome.

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See! gkrellm don't look too bad, huh? And don't let anyone tell you that you can't have a pretty theme and desktop with Xfce...slack13xfceshot06.th.pngthemeshot06.th.png

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I found that cool theme over at GnomeLook.org. A lot of folks don't know this, but many themes for Gnome will work in Xfce. :)

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Nice looking desktop. What's your Gkrellm theme?And how come your memory shows over 500Mb used? Does it include cache? On my Sidux/KDE4 it shows about 300Mb used with the Weasel and the Dove open. :(

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Gkrellm theme - zixsaw2FF is a mem HOG when it's been for a while. :(taskshot-01.png

vtel57_Slackware~:$ toptop - 03:40:47 up  3:35,  2 users,  load average: 0.14, 0.14, 0.10Tasks: 120 total,   1 running, 119 sleeping,   0 stopped,   0 zombieCpu(s):  4.3%us,  3.7%sy,  0.0%ni, 92.0%id,  0.0%wa,  0.0%hi,  0.0%si,  0.0%stMem:   2050764k total,  1294260k used,   756504k free,	82100k buffersSwap:  2048248k total,		0k used,  2048248k free,   443544k cached  PID USER	  PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM	TIME+  COMMAND			 3446 vtel57	20   0 1096m 372m  40m S  3.7 18.6  19:29.11 firefox-bin		 3309 root	  40   0  902m  56m  17m S  1.3  2.8   5:52.15 X				   3341 vtel57	40   0  153m  23m  10m S  1.3  1.2   2:01.54 gkrellm			 3409 vtel57	20   0  551m 156m  24m S  1.0  7.8   2:53.63 thunderbird-bin	 3318 vtel57	40   0 54288 2476 1788 S  0.7  0.1   0:04.46 xscreensaver	    3335 vtel57	40   0  146m  18m 9760 S  0.3  0.9   0:40.23 xfwm4			  10153 vtel57	40   0  135m  19m 8664 S  0.3  1.0   0:00.15 Terminal		   	1 root	  40   0  3928  644  552 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.40 init			   	2 root	  40   0	 0	0	0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.00 kthreadd		   	3 root	  RT   0	 0	0	0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.00 migration/0			4 root	  20   0	 0	0	0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.00 ksoftirqd/0			5 root	  20   0	 0	0	0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.08 events/0		   	6 root	  20   0	 0	0	0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.00 khelper			   26 root	  20   0	 0	0	0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.00 netns			     29 root	  20   0	 0	0	0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.00 async/mgr		     30 root	  20   0	 0	0	0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.00 pm				   249 root	  20   0	 0	0	0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.00 sync_supers

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I run the Firefox-pgo version from Arch AUR and it uses almost no memory at all and is super quick http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=22296.8d59c163446528.gif

With PGO, after Firefox is compiled (written code is made ready for the computer as binary code), the just generated binary is ran while another application monitors how it behaves and creates a profile of what parts of Firefox are more used and in what order. Then the code is compiled again but this time guided by the produced profile generating a new optimized build
Of course, I do not know if their is a Slackware build or if you have to compile with the pgo flags. Its just a suggestion since Firefox is such a hog on your system. Note: This is not a rebuild like Iceweasel but is a official release, no Gran Paradiso renaming or anything:
Firefox version 3.5.7Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux x86_64; en-US; rv:1.9.1.7) Gecko/20100106 Firefox/3.5.7
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Profile-guided_optimization
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slackware current, kernel 2.6.32.3-smp, kde 4.3.4, xorg 1.4.2 (from slackware 12.2), nvidia legacy 71.86.11slackwarecurrentkde434x.th.pngslackwarecurrentkde434xc.th.png

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@SB --> Would all my extensions and customizations work with that FF you're talking about?@ alphaomega --> You have that KDE looking very nice!@ Reg --> Nice! Good looking conky, is it?

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