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    Another alternative OS desktop screeny thread

    Show your colors, and your alternative OS pride.
    Make all those mainstream OS users green with envy of the diabetic sweetness of our eye candy...
    archlinux: Power in simplicity.
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    At this point, I consider Windows my 'alternative OS'.

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    I'll probably edit this post later with a cube pic or something else suitably diabetic.


    edit:

    All of this has happened before, and all of it will happen again:


    -cube


    -expo
    Last edited by grumperfish; 01-15-08 at 05:48 PM.
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    Very sweet, indeed!

    Xfce is rapidly becoming my DE of choice:
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    Nothing fancy. Just my Debian Etch SMP_FAH VM.

    I plan on installing as a dual boot as soon as Linux VM software gives me enough power to run all my essential Windows apps at a reasonable speed in a W2k VM.



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    Heres mine on 'Gutsy Gibbon'..

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    Senior Member overclocking at the speed of plaid Enablingwolf's Avatar
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    My desktop.
    The second image is mid rotate for the cube. I seem to like inside the cube and it going transparent during rotation. AWN just rocks and is actually turning out to be a nice dock.

    Just a simple little Gnome thing going on.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Misfit138 View Post
    Very sweet, indeed!

    Xfce is rapidly becoming my DE of choice:

    xfce looks pretty sweet, i usually use gnome as in screenie, but yesterday i install kde 3.5.8 (was meaning to install 4 but i screwed up.. lol) and i'm loving it but i might try xfce... i'll post a screenie of my kde setup later..
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    Gentoo w/ Beryl... slightly old screen shot. I'm in the process of moving to compiz and a new graphics card.

    Dual monitors



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    Gusty Gibon install on my desktop
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    Cube:


    need to quit being lazy and get pic for the top and bottom of my cube again, but I seem to keep distracting myself with filling my shiney new 500 gig external or my media center set up.

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