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RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - berk - 12-07-2013


How do you make Iceweasel look like that? + Are you satisfied with Iceweasel?


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - Phyrne - 12-07-2013

(12-07-2013, 06:51 AM)Mafia Wrote:
[Image: C8R]

Ohhh Mafia, I love the colours and the wallpaper. Looks hot, nice work!


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - kopri - 12-07-2013

Haha I'm talking about how my ex posted in gonewild in Mafias screenshot :3 Guess that's going down in history!


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - Mafia - 12-07-2013

It's exactly the same as Firefox, just use Stylish or the userChrome. And I enjoy it, again it's exactly the same as Firefox, I haven't seen much of a difference. And Thanks everyone else I love these colors :>


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - zygotb - 12-07-2013

IceCat/IceWeasel = Firefox rebranded
IceCat = GNU Firefox
IceWeasel = Debian Firefox

Here's #! Waldorf
[Image: AbcfUpR.png]



RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - hades - 13-07-2013

[Image: Rcqf49O.png]



RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - FreeBSD - 13-07-2013

(12-07-2013, 06:51 AM)Mafia Wrote:
[Image: C8R]

What WM is this?


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - dcoppa - 13-07-2013

(12-07-2013, 11:58 PM)zygotb Wrote: Here's #! Waldorf

What power manager is #! using?

Edit: since we're here, what are the apps in the system tray (besides NetworkManager) ?


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - gurhush - 13-07-2013

(12-07-2013, 11:58 PM)zygotb Wrote: Here's #! Waldorf

How is it? Still basically preconfigured Debian with some terrible choices and xterm?


What's funny is that I used to think #! was a good distro. Oh, how far I've come.


RE: Unix screen-shots thread! - kopri - 13-07-2013

I think #! is a good starting place for beginners, and I would not begrudge anyone who enjoys it. It's what I went to after some of the more difficult to set up distros when I was first getting started. Not that I would use it now though.