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RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - DotDev - 11-09-2013

[Image: DvvV53h.png]

I'm really glad I switched to bspwm, enjoying it alot :D


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - dcoppa - 11-09-2013

yeah. bspwm is so cool!
Thanks earsplit for letting me know it ;)


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - earsplit - 11-09-2013

Looks great! Join the army to eliminate all other tiling wms (except hlwm and ratpoison) (and rio if you're cool and can use plan9 for everything)


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - berk - 11-09-2013


Do you really need to see your kernel version and your architecture every second while sitting at your computer? :)


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - jobss - 11-09-2013

(11-09-2013, 04:43 PM)theconjuring Wrote:
(11-09-2013, 11:44 AM)DotDev Wrote:

Do you really need to see your kernel version and your architecture every second while sitting at your computer? :)

It's a good conversation piece, for people who are randomly walking by and snooping in your business.


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - jobss - 11-09-2013

E17 with tiling support is better then better.


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - Neuromatic - 12-09-2013

shix Wrote:Stumpwm is better.
I will try stumwm today :)

bspwm && monsterwm ftw


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - kirby - 12-09-2013

Blue and stuff.

[Image: Lv9K8F]



RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - earsplit - 12-09-2013

What font is that? Is it suxus? Looks really nice btw.


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - kirby - 12-09-2013

(12-09-2013, 04:17 PM)earsplit Wrote: What font is that? Is it suxus? Looks really nice btw.

Thanks, the font is 'drift' from artwiz-fonts.


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - jobss - 13-09-2013

(12-09-2013, 03:06 PM)kirby Wrote: Blue and stuff.

[Image: Lv9K8F]
That a blue Christmas determination.
I love the look of that panel, and your borders. Thin and sharp but still elegant.


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - yrmt - 16-09-2013

I'm pretty happy with my NetBSD laptop for now!

[Image: WM4]



RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - shtols - 16-09-2013

First steps with 2bwm. Pretty much default for now.

[Image: 20130916174238_1366x768_scrot.png]



RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - jobss - 16-09-2013

(16-09-2013, 12:25 PM)yrmt Wrote: I'm pretty happy with my NetBSD laptop for now!

[Image: WM4]

That shot is perfection! But why is the scroll-bar on the Web Broswer cut off?


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - yrmt - 17-09-2013

(16-09-2013, 03:09 PM)jobss Wrote:
(16-09-2013, 12:25 PM)yrmt Wrote: I'm pretty happy with my NetBSD laptop for now!

[Image: WM4]

That shot is perfection! But why is the scroll-bar on the Web Broswer cut off?

Thanks, yeah I have no idea why.


(16-09-2013, 07:02 PM)NeoTerra Wrote: yrmt you need to get NetBSD on a toaster and then come back and show us! :p


I borked my install so I might do that :p


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - dcoppa - 17-09-2013

Youri, mind to share your color scheme (.Xdefaults)?


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - yrmt - 17-09-2013

[Here you go dcoppa :)](https://github.com/yrmt/Dotfiles/blob/master/.Xdefaults)


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - Neuromatic - 18-09-2013

Just installed FreeBSD in a VM today. Pretty good fap material :)
[Image: gJczY58.png]



RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - kopri - 18-09-2013

Got my dual monitors going!
Too big to post here


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - gurhush - 20-09-2013

Loving my new thinkpad.

Clean:
[Image: xjTytHU.png]

Dirty:
[Image: BmKi0CQ.png]



RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - yrmt - 20-09-2013

>ANSI pacman

Is this 2010?


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - dcoppa - 20-09-2013

@all: care to share your ncmpc++ configs?


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - dcoppa - 20-09-2013

Since I'm here...
Men, ncmpcpp from git is awful!
It uses all the new hipster features of C++11 like intializer lists and lambda functions, so it wants gcc>4.6, and boost too!

$ ldd /usr/local/bin/ncmpcpp
/usr/local/bin/ncmpcpp:
Start End Type Open Ref GrpRef Name
000012f221600000 000012f221b97000 exe 1 0 0 /usr/local/bin/ncmpcpp
000012f42da39000 000012f42de51000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/local/lib/libboost_filesystem-mt.so.5.0
000012f423b3e000 000012f423f41000 rlib 0 4 0 /usr/local/lib/libboost_system-mt.so.5.0
000012f4228df000 000012f422d63000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/local/lib/libboost_locale-mt.so.5.0
000012f42b6f1000 000012f42bbe7000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/local/lib/libboost_regex-mt.so.5.0
000012f4314d4000 000012f4318ec000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/local/lib/libboost_thread-mt.so.5.0
000012f42e849000 000012f42ec5b000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/local/lib/libmpdclient.so.1.3
000012f42ac36000 000012f42b047000 rlib 0 7 0 /usr/lib/libpthread.so.18.0
000012f423f41000 000012f42439a000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/lib/libncursesw.so.13.0
000012f42bbe7000 000012f42c03b000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/local/lib/libcurl.so.23.0
000012f4244af000 000012f4248e1000 rlib 0 2 0 /usr/local/lib/libidn.so.17.0
000012f42e03d000 000012f42e447000 rlib 0 3 0 /usr/local/lib/libintl.so.6.0
000012f42d53c000 000012f42da39000 rlib 0 5 0 /usr/local/lib/libiconv.so.6.0
000012f42b21b000 000012f42b679000 rlib 0 2 0 /usr/lib/libssl.so.20.0
000012f42ec83000 000012f42f23d000 rlib 0 2 0 /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.23.0
000012f423729000 000012f423b3e000 rlib 0 3 0 /usr/lib/libz.so.5.0
000012f427710000 000012f427bf2000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/local/lib/libtag.so.10.0
000012f42806c000 000012f42858f000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/local/lib/libestdc++.so.16.0
000012f428886000 000012f428cae000 rlib 0 9 0 /usr/lib/libm.so.9.0
000012f429ac7000 000012f429fb0000 rlib 0 1 0 /usr/lib/libc.so.70.0
000012f4267f7000 000012f426d06000 rlib 0 6 0 /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.56.0
000012f430d00000 000012f430d00000 rtld 0 1 0 /usr/libexec/ld.so


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - earsplit - 20-09-2013

(20-09-2013, 01:09 AM)gurhush Wrote: Loving my new thinkpad.

Clean:
[Image: xjTytHU.png]

Dirty:
[Image: BmKi0CQ.png]

Could you share your colors? What font is that? What are your compton settings?

Also, congrats on the new thinkpad. Is it an x230?


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - yrmt - 20-09-2013

[Image: AIXPQs]

User friendly setup!


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - Derby - 20-09-2013

While I think the text-based interfaces look cool and all, I really like that, Youri.


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - shtols - 20-09-2013

yrmt: Question as usual: What ist that awesome looking font?


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - gurhush - 20-09-2013

(20-09-2013, 11:28 AM)earsplit Wrote: Could you share your colors? What font is that?

Code:
# Xdefaults
# by gurhush
# originally modified from user 'simon' of Unixhub
# http://unixhub.net
*background: #121212
*color0: #1C1C1C
*color1: #D81860
*color10: #BDE077
*color11: #FFE863
*color12: #4779B3
*color13: #7F62B3
*color14: #A3BABF
*color15: #CCCCCC
*color2: #B7CE42
*color3: #FEA63C
*color4: #395573
*color5: #5E468C
*color6: #5E7175
*color7: #DDEEDD
*color8: #4D4D4D
*color9: #F00060
*foreground: #CACACA

URxvt.scrollBar: false
URxvt.urlLauncher: firefox
#URxvt.boldFont:xft:gohufont-uni:size=8
#URxvt.font:xft:gohufont-uni:size=8
#URxvt.boldFont:xft:drift:size=8
#URxvt.font:xft:drift:size=8
URxvt.boldFont:xft:dweep:size=8
URxvt.font:xft:dweep:size=8
#URxvt.boldFont:xft:dashingly:size=8
#URxvt.font:xft:dashingly:size=8

Xcolors aren't mine, but an old user's old Xdefaults, with a different color for bold white.

(20-09-2013, 11:28 AM)earsplit Wrote: Also, congrats on the new thinkpad. Is it an x230?

Thanks. It's a T430.

(20-09-2013, 05:11 AM)yrmt Wrote: >ANSI pacman

Is this 2010?

Perhaps. Perhaps my connection is so bad that it is creating a warp in time and posting images from the past.


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - yrmt - 20-09-2013

(20-09-2013, 04:50 PM)shtols Wrote: yrmt: Question as usual: What ist that awesome looking font?

My mid of terminus12


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - jobss - 30-09-2013

(18-09-2013, 10:08 PM)kopri Wrote: Got my dual monitors going!
Too big to post here
That is one HIGH-RES desktop! I could never get used to dual monitor setups because my monitors have a thick bezel and it irks me to see them.

What font are you using by the way?