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  1. #196
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    Quote Originally Posted by carlwill
    We need some more screenshots - I will post later this evening when I finally get Gnome or something up and running.
    Here's CentOS 4 with KDE:


  2. #197
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    How is CentOS from a server stand point and installation wise? Is it based off another distro?
    ./

  3. #198
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    Sadly since I have never been able to get a GUI / Windows Manager installed on Debian, this is all I have

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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    I know its a little boring, but what the hey!
    [IMG][/IMG]

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  5. #200
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    Quote Originally Posted by carlwill
    Sadly since I have never been able to get a GUI / Windows Manager installed on Debian, this is all I have



    hehe I should post a shot of my Gentoo server then too!

    Hey, I like the look though! Straight to the point.

  6. #201
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    Quote Originally Posted by carlwill
    How is CentOS from a server stand point and installation wise? Is it based off another distro?
    It's a clone of RH Enterprise Linux. CentOS 4 (and RHEL4) is based on Fedora Core 3 in terms of package versions - but stable releases and with full updates until 2008 and security updates until 2012. I got tierd of the constant 6 month update cycle with Fedora.

    Basically it's RH Enterprise Linux, but without RH support. IMHO it's a great choice for a server if you're familiar with the RH/Fedora way and can't afford or don't want/need the Red Hat support (plus the RH documentation is excellent and freely available)

    Ned
    Last edited by Ned Slider; 10-07-2005 at 11:16 PM.

  7. #202
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    My little ongoing project that seems to be going pretty slow lately for the time I have.
    Arch Linux with fluxbox window manager. Tried to create my own icon, and I know it's
    ugly. (Graveman) The icons are enabled on fluxbox via idesk.



    Doh, if you click on it, the screen image will enlarge and clear up what looks like garbled fonts.

    Another screenshot. My desktop alternates three backgrounds every
    minute or so, that I downloaded from an arch-linux-related image site. also, the firefox icon, if you spotted it in the first shot, comes from gentoo.

    Last edited by notdrugged; 10-22-2005 at 09:40 PM.
    ...Does anybody else feel like Congress simply bailed themselves out? Isn't that what they really mean by a bailout?

  8. #203
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!



    still new to this.
    Asus M2N32-SLI Premium Vista Edition
    AMD Athlon 5600+ Dual Core
    4x 1gig Corsair RAM
    XFX 8600 GT 256mb
    250gig Western Digital
    +160gig Western Digital Sata

  9. #204
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    Quote Originally Posted by NightHammer
    still new to this.
    Ubuntu?
    ./

  10. #205
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!



    Debian 64
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  11. #206
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!



    PCLinuxOS p.92

  12. #207
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    Fairly plain, but works well for me
    http://www.imagedump.com/index.cgi?p...id=20&warned=y
    Motherboard: ASRock Z97 Extreme4
    CPU: Intel Core i5-4590 Haswell
    RAM: 8GB Mushkin DDR3
    HDD1: Mushkin Enhanced ECO2 120GB SSD
    RAID 1 Array: Mushkin Enhanced ECO2 512GB SSD x 2
    PSU: CORSAIR CX750
    OS: openSUSE Tumbleweed

  13. #208
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    Now you guys will know that i'm kind of sick and simple;;;;;;;;;;;
    Here are 3 shots, one empty and the others with work on them(well crap really)...


    http://i38.photobucket.com/albums/e1.../snapshot3.png

    http://i38.photobucket.com/albums/e1.../snapshot1.png

    http://i38.photobucket.com/albums/e1.../snapshot2.png


    Yeh go on tell me I'm sick, lol, i already know that any way...


    Poverty is owning a horse...
    I got lost in thought, it was unfamiliar territory...

  14. #209
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    Here is my Suse inspired Ubuntu desktop

  15. #210
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    Re: Post your Linux screenshots!

    Here is my ubuntu dapper running xgl compiz mod.file
    [IMG]file:///home/aaron/Linux%20Stuff/hotcube.png[/IMG] [IMG]file:///home/aaron/Linux%20Stuff/ubuntucube.png[/IMG]

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