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wa4chq

abarbarian....them eyes is spooky!

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abarbarian

abarbarian....them eyes is spooky!

:Muahaha:

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abarbarian

abarbarian....them eyes is spooky!

 

Are these any more relaxing :Laughing:

 

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wa4chq

ahhh, much better.... lol

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abarbarian

ahhh, much better.... lol

 

Here is an experimental animated wallpaper I created for my Window Maker set up. It loops when used and the demo is best viewed full screen and it uses remarkably little resources.

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4nkwwyzf3rgxq8n/batestest.mkv?dl=0

 

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wa4chq

ahhh, much better.... lol

 

Here is an experimental animated wallpaper I created for my Window Maker set up. It loops when used and the demo is best viewed full screen and it uses remarkably little resources.

 

https://www.dropbox....estest.mkv?dl=0

 

:228823:

 

lol....I think Norman's mom needs to get a life!

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raymac46

This is Linux Mint 19 with Cinnamon 3.8

 

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abarbarian

Fab picture, did you sail on the ships ? :pirate:

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raymac46

The one on the right side with the X, yes. Pic was taken in Sint Maarten earlier this year.

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securitybreach

The one on the right side with the X, yes. Pic was taken in Sint Maarten earlier this year.

 

 

Very neat :thumbsup:

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abarbarian

The one on the right side with the X, yes. Pic was taken in Sint Maarten earlier this year.

 

 

I knew you were going to say yes. Yer one lucky fella. :breakfast:

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raymac46

Yes, we are. Not selfish about it though. We took daughter, son-in-law and three grandkids with us. Family holiday.

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raymac46

Ubuntu 18.04 running in VirtualBox on Windows 10 host.

 

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saturnian

Kubuntu 18.04.

 

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securitybreach

Archlinux running i3wm

 

 

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Dr. J

I'm using KDE Neon these days... I've had it on my main laptop since it re-based on Ubuntu 18.04

 

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I'm using KDE Neon these days... I've had it on my main laptop since it re-based on Ubuntu 18.04

 

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Looks nice man :thumbsup:

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abarbarian

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securitybreach

Nice :thumbsup:

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abarbarian

gMeoIjP.png

 

Hope you all have a groovy time in 2019 :clap:

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securitybreach

gMeoIjP.png

 

Hope you all have a groovy time in 2019 :clap:

 

Looks nice man :thumbsup:

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securitybreach

Archlinux - i3wm

 

G4jF7gC.jpg

 

I am also connected to my CentOS server and running a Debian VM.

 

Full size: https://i.imgur.com/G4jF7gC.jpg

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wa4chq

Archlinux - i3wm

 

G4jF7gC.jpg

 

I am also connected to my CentOS server and running a Debian VM.

 

Full size: https://i.imgur.com/G4jF7gC.jpg

wow....pretty slick!

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securitybreach

Archlinux - i3wm

 

G4jF7gC.jpg

 

I am also connected to my CentOS server and running a Debian VM.

 

Full size: https://i.imgur.com/G4jF7gC.jpg

wow....pretty slick!

 

Thanks

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abarbarian

Archlinux - i3wm

 

G4jF7gC.jpg

 

I am also connected to my CentOS server and running a Debian VM.

 

Full size: https://i.imgur.com/G4jF7gC.jpg

 

Neat.

I like the look of that "my-netdata" program. Had a quick look at the main site for it and could not work out if you could run it so that it would give details of that pc without connecting to the net ? Was unsure if you had to connect to a my-netdata server to see the web control panel or if you ran a server on your own pc or something else. I realise that if you wanted details for your own pc and network connection stuff you would need to access the web.

:breakfast:

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securitybreach

Oh and that is one of my local server that I am monitoring, not the machine that I took the screenshot on.

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wa4chq

OK.... Since putting the new HD in the E420 and installing MX-17 on the first partition, I've been having fun with XFCE4....but I really wanted to get back to tiling WM's.....I was using spectrwm on the old Slackware 14.1 but thought I revisit i3...... I was using it for a while many years ago and liked it. So today I set it up on MX-17. I'm still getting it set to the colors and fonts etc...so the screenshot isn't all that exciting....but here it is...

i3wm.jpg

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OK.... Since putting the new HD in the E420 and installing MX-17 on the first partition, I've been having fun with XFCE4....but I really wanted to get back to tiling WM's.....I was using spectrwm on the old Slackware 14.1 but thought I revisit i3...... I was using it for a while many years ago and liked it. So today I set it up on MX-17. I'm still getting it set to the colors and fonts etc...so the screenshot isn't all that exciting....but here it is...

i3wm.jpg

 

Nice

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