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  Thread: What will the world of Linux be like in 3 years time?
Post: RE: What will the world of Linux be like in 3 year...

I would be happy if there was some smooth way to integrate it into Kodi/XBMC which is what my HTPC runs now. It's a bit too slow for playing games unfortunately, but maybe in the future when there ar...
dunz0r GNU/Linux 21 7,342 09-10-2014, 04:19 AM
  Thread: links / graphics mode in tty
Post: RE: links / graphics mode in tty

You can get JS in Elinks, but I've never gotten it to work :(
dunz0r Old school stuff 3 5,061 02-10-2014, 08:00 AM
  Thread: What will the world of Linux be like in 3 years time?
Post: RE: What will the world of Linux be like in 3 year...

I also like SteamOS, it's more or less a debian-install which autostarts Steam. I really hope it evolves in to something that can be used for a "complete" livingroom-pc; something that I can play gam...
dunz0r GNU/Linux 21 7,342 02-10-2014, 07:59 AM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

Redid my colours, backgrounds and stuff: Clean: [Image: http://hax0r.se/files/img/screenshots/20...-thumb.png] Dirty: [Image: http://hax0r.se/files/img/screenshots/20...-thumb.png]
dunz0r Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,702 933,260 31-08-2014, 03:09 PM
  Thread: A Refreshment To Nixers
Post: RE: A Refreshment To Nixers

I think the "Desktop Customization" section of the forums could be re-branded as "Unixporn" related forum I agree. As far as I'm concerned, the IRC activities should stay hosted by iotek. Up until n...
dunz0r Community & Forums Related Discussions 16 9,022 18-08-2014, 04:08 AM
  Thread: Ricerous, A Community Project About Ricing
Post: RE: A Community Project About Ricing

I'd like to help too. I know python and some C, but I prefer none programming related tasks (for now) don't really have the energy for any more projects at the moment.
dunz0r Desktop Customization & Workflow 66 44,401 06-08-2014, 08:28 AM
  Thread: Your Music Collection
Post: RE: Your Music Collection

Haha, mine's too big. Can't post my reply :( Here it is on Sprunge instead: http://sprunge.us/WhIX This is my entire collection, as you can see it's quite extensive. I love a lot of different types o...
dunz0r Off topic 43 27,485 06-08-2014, 06:20 AM
  Thread: Nixers sourced tiling web browser
Post: RE: Nixers sourced tiling web browser

UZBL can do this. Many moons ago I had UZBL hook up to awesomes sockets and manage it's own layouts, very convenient. UZBL itself isn't horribly convenient though, albeit very configurable.
dunz0r Off topic 6 4,817 04-08-2014, 11:24 AM
  Thread: Forums Ideas
Post: RE: Forums Ideas

I really like the diary idea. I feel a bit "sheltered" here in my GNU/Linux world. I want to know what people running more obscure systems are using their machines for.
dunz0r Community & Forums Related Discussions 9 5,518 31-07-2014, 04:29 AM
  Thread: A true Unix keyboard
Post: RE: A true Unix keyboard

Hmm... you're right, it's missing. It isn't in some hidden layer in the firmware either. https://github.com/jonhiggs/ml62/blob/ma...ap_plain.c
dunz0r Hardware talk 4 3,665 29-07-2014, 08:54 AM
  Thread: A true Unix keyboard
Post: A true Unix keyboard

Just found this project on github. It's a modified Filco Minila with a custom firmware. You can tell the creator has really thought about stuff, it even has a "Tmux"-key. [Image: https://github.com/j...
dunz0r Hardware talk 4 3,665 29-07-2014, 08:03 AM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

Running Awesome on Debian Jessie. Dirty: [Image: http://hax0r.se/files/img/screenshots/20...-thumb.png] Clean: [Image: http://hax0r.se/files/img/screenshots/20...-thumb.png]
dunz0r Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,702 933,260 29-07-2014, 07:45 AM
  Thread: Unix Weekly Challenges
Post: RE: Unix Weekly Challenges

No root might not be horribly hard... you'd just not be able to install/update anything or change system wide configurations.
dunz0r Community & Forums Related Discussions 32 15,207 29-07-2014, 07:36 AM
  Thread: Useful Android Apps To Own
Post: RE: Useful Android Apps To Own

I really like to keep todo-lists, helps getting all my shit together. Best app I've found for this is Tasks+ - Screenshot [Image: https://lh5.ggpht.com/D-AHY9WSOQfuDYNGbh...cdcaJNvfD0] Another great ...
dunz0r Android & Iphone 31 17,766 06-06-2013, 02:14 AM
  Thread: Dream keyboard?
Post: RE: Dream keyboard?

Hmm... I think a tenkeyless with CherryMX Brown switches in a black titanium case, buffed titanium ofc. No branding and very discrete LEDs. European layout on the keys. And a USB-hub built in. Got tha...
dunz0r Hardware talk 34 19,867 25-05-2013, 06:45 PM
  Thread: UH twitter accout
Post: RE: UH twitter accout

You can upload your own background images and stuff. I suggest the same background that the forum uses.
dunz0r Community & Forums Related Discussions 8 4,086 21-04-2013, 07:00 AM
  Thread: The Pragmatic Desktop
Post: RE: The Pragmatic Desktop

(18-04-2013, 02:35 AM)Mafia Wrote: (17-04-2013, 03:06 PM)dunz0r Wrote: Conky can be useful for showing things like your calendar or the weather though. I rather put that into a statusbar of some s...
dunz0r Desktop Customization & Workflow 14 8,425 21-04-2013, 06:42 AM
  Thread: The Pragmatic Desktop
Post: RE: The Pragmatic Desktop

Conky can be useful for showing things like your calendar or the weather though.
dunz0r Desktop Customization & Workflow 14 8,425 17-04-2013, 03:06 PM
  Thread: First Time you used 'Linux' ?
Post: RE: First Time you used 'Linux' ?

The first time for me was Red Hat 8.0. Roughly ten years ago. Probably a 2.2-kernel if I remember correctly. I remember I LVMed my two 3.5GB drives to be able to install all the packages, so I didn't...
dunz0r GNU/Linux 96 42,771 13-04-2013, 04:10 PM
  Thread: Hey hey
Post: Hey hey

Hi! I'm dunz0r. I reside in Enköping, Sweden. I've used Linux for roughly 10 years now. I work as a network technician and when I'm not working I'm often building robots or reading. I found this f...
dunz0r 3 2,337 13-04-2013, 07:14 AM