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Post your desktop !

Started by Streetwalrus, June 22, 2015, 08:06:30 am

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Juju

http://puu.sh/pT4kB/becaf82e33.png

Warning: The pic is 8.3 MB and 4160x2100 my setup is huge af o.o
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Caleb Hansberry

well ur right that's huge, there's monitors and ponies everywhere

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DJ Omnimaga

I like that city picture. I bet at 4K resolution on a 80 inch monitor it would be a bit scary, though. :P

Streetwalrus

Haven't posted mine in quite a while, and I just went ahead and made it look really pretty so here it is. :3

DJ Omnimaga

Awesome @Streetwalrus but why areyou making a guessing game? O.O

Streetwalrus

Oh, I'm just trying out a new language, and that was the example in the tutorial. https://www.rust-lang.org/

DJ Omnimaga

Oh I see lol. The syntax seems quite different.

DarkestEx

Quote from: DarkestEx on October 04, 2015, 09:03:34 am
This is my new Linux desktop:


I don't think that I have already mentioned it, but I quickly went ahead and purged Archlinux and replaced it with Kubuntu.
It's not great but works.

This is why I am just trying out Fedora.


DJ Omnimaga

What features do you like in Kubuntu over Archlinux and what do you like less?

DarkestEx

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on July 08, 2016, 08:32:38 pm
What features do you like in Kubuntu over Archlinux and what do you like less?

Kubuntu was quite easy, worked well, came with all drivers and looked very nice.
But it had some bugs and I deleted it today and replaced it by Fedora.
I personally dislike Archlinux as a daily used OS, as it is too unstable for me.

Juju

Heh, depends how stable you want your distro. Personally, I like Archlinux and I have been using it for years for exactly this reason.
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DJ Omnimaga

Isn't Archlinux like mostly command based, but offering much more freedom as a result, including rendering the OS unuseable by accident?

Juju

Pretty much. There is no automatic installation process, so you can customize how it's getting installed in every point.
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DarkestEx

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on July 08, 2016, 10:09:49 pm
Isn't Archlinux like mostly command based, but offering much more freedom as a result, including rendering the OS unuseable by accident?

Basically all Linuxes are quite free. You can change the DWM and many other things on most distibutions. I personally find arch more of a hassle than a good.
One can just go ahead and take a Linux that comes with a lot and just customize it. And you can render every OS unusable by accident.

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