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FreeBSD Screen Shots

Discussion in 'X.Org' started by CodeBlock, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. Disturbo

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    I think I like the gold better.
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    Very nice, what's your WM and conky's config ?
     
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    hiv_, htutt and alie thank for this.
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    Well I think I dig dark solarized again, great scheme. Light background seems to work well on my AsusEEE, but too bright otherwise.

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    I'm using default gnome desktop environment :)
    I desire USB2.0 support for VirtualBox OSE.
     
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    Long time no screenshot. I converted from openbox to i3 about a month ago. Here's the result:

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    Running i3 4.3 (not from ports), using i3bar and my own script for generating items for it, dmenu for executing commands, cmus music player, xterms. Dual monitor setup, most of the action happens in right side, I use left side mostly for movies or as a programming reference/"sticky" screen.
    FreeBSD 9.1-PRERELEASE
     
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    DWM Desktop :e
     
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    sk8harddiefast, how do you get nvidia temperature in your conky config?
     
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    With this shell script.
    Code:
    nvidia-settings -q gpucoretemp |grep '):' | cut -d ' ' -f 6,6 | sed -e 's/.\{1\}$//'

    You must also install nvidia-settings from ports.
     
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    fonz thanks for this.
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    This wallpaper tripped me out for a bit as I scrolled past it. Looked like the image was auto-enlarging. Do you happen to have the url of it?
     
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    Same here. I don't know whether it looks as good in reality as it does in that screenshot, but that was one mean desktop background. Maybe the effect was exacerbated because I'm on a netbook (small screen), but for a second there I honestly thought Opera was tripping on me.

    Fonz
     
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    redw0lfx, swa and fonz thank for this.
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    I remember the strange scroll effect also happened with screenshots of Solaris 11.

    edit: ...Just noticed that the background is 99% identical to Solaris 11. Now we know where Oracle stole it from ;)

    http://toastytech.com/guis/sol11desktop.png
     
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    9.1 openbox, cmus,conky.irssi,pypanel

    Here is my current setup


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    FBSD-9-RELEASE - pekwm

    Trying to get RAM usage as low as possible while still running a usable GUI.
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    There must be more things I can do to lower RAM use?
     
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    Why would you want to minimize RAM usage?
     
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    I think that there are little things left to do, but for instance, you can try to stop using python and get a C based file manager, like vifm, for instance. You could also stop using htop and get the real top, wich uses less ram.

    And (I'm not quite sure about this): Does xombrero use less RAM in minimal mode? I do think so, since then there are no GTK thingies there.

    For a "reference" of using xombrero in its most minimal form you could see this:
    https://opensource.conformal.com/fluxbb/viewtopic.php?id=626

    That's how I'm currently using xombrero.

    Oh, one last thing, what terminal emulator are you using? I use urxvt, but if you wanted EVEN less RAM usage, you could use the ol' xterm.

    ;)
     
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    If you wanted less ram usage, you'd use /x11/sterm.

    Since this is a screenshot thread, I present one of the most boring looking desktops ever.

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