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Previous: >>7378152

Welcome to the desktop thread where anons come together to share and rate each others' desktops! Please refrain from being toxic; constructive criticism is advised.
Happy rating!
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>>7390324
first
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fourth
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This thread doesn't look too good
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any way to make windows a bit more interesting? idk anything about themes or anything ive only used basic windows all my life.
you can see in the last thread i had just learned how to make everything on my desktop invisible so thats how basic i am ( i was the ralsei wallpaper)
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>>7390757
First step is to uninstall windows. There, already 100 times more interesting!
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XFCE = <3
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fuck your . : A E S T E T HIcs..

and your gaps
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>>7390782
larbsposter gang wya
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>>7390783
shamelessly so

>you get it
>it works
>you start modding it

2 hours tops and you have the system you want

plus, I like the bar
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>>7390783
run an upgrade, m8
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I hate my resolution
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>>7390371
what was the hiatus, catsik?
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>>7390324
my first, be nice
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>>7390324
i miss this anon. his rices were cool.
>>7390332
u always have great colors, what does that ascii say?
>>7390371
great rice, i like the muted purple.
>>7390724
strange bar. is this windows?
>>7390757
rainmeter + https://github.com/khanhas/Polybar
>>7390909
the browser and 4chan css look nice. the bar and terminal colors seem out of place. i think the bar would look better with only a bottom border.
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My filthy windows machine
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>>7390919
can you post your wallpaper plz?
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>>7390937
Sure!
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>>7390944
thanks
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>>7390909
Walp?
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>>7390909
it's decent for your fist
do hide thous scrollbars, maybe play a little with your userChrome or at least customize look&feels or whatever it is called at the moment in your firefox
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>>7390976
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>>7390909
very nice, what is that browser?
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>>7391020
it's firefox with a theme
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>>7390792
Not bad. Installed Windows for a bit because of gaymes. Feels comfy to be finally back.
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>>7390917
was it you with the octopus wallpaper in the previous thread if so could you share that octopus pape?
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windows get fucked sometimes
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>>7391228
How does it feel to be greeted by fish every time you open a terminal?
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what do you guys do for fonts? Just installed arch and non terminal fonts look like trash. (nvidia-graphics)
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Just got KDE Debian and really need pointers for improvement :((

Really want to make sexy wallpapers like some of the ones posted here- if I could get tips for having terminal in there as well would be nice :)
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>>7391063
what's that program on the bottom right? Looks pretty cool.
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>>7390371
cute!! what's that notification thing at the right on top i see so often lately?
>>7390917
cute! i like that the colors match that great
>>7391063
that's a cute rice, would you be willing to share your userChrome?
>>7391280
i use a small version of nerd-fonts for my terminal, it has every symbol you could ever need and it looks near imo
>>7391287
what do you mean by having terminal in there?
apt-get install neofetch for system information if you mean that.
i don't think kde is that great to rice/modify but i could be wrong desu
look for some themes for your DE to begin
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>>7391291
mine
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>>7391291

I prefer KDE over GNOME or XFCE
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>>7391224
yes, its in the /w/ thread >>>/w/2127648
>>7391291
>cute! i like that the colors match that great
thanks.
>>7391292
comfy colors. very cool workspace font, u should add some terminal padding.
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>>7391328
many thanks
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>>7391328
do you link your userChrome and 4chan css with your system color or do you configure it manually?
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>>7390909
Switched to manjaro, still counts as my first.
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Nothing wrong with Windows.
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>>7391338
np.
>>7391343
manually. i have a bunch saved in stylish. its 3 colors for userchrome and 5 for 4chan. takes only a few minutes to configure.
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How do you guys go about making your own specialized desktop like >>7391354 and >>7390909


I'm building a new PC and I'd really like to see how it's done. I think it's actually super useful to show that kind of info like temp and time alongside your specs and uptime.

I just wanna know how you do it.
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>>7391364
On youtube there is a nice 3 part tutorial if you type i3wm, easy to follow and gets you started with customizing. But if you're building a PC for gaming then you shouldn't bother with linux, maybe dual boot for fun or soemthing. Check out rainmeter for windowns.
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>>7391368
>Rainmeter

Thanks man I appreciate it. I'll check it out see what's good.
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>>7391291
Sank you desu. The notification thing is dunst, the only notification daemon you would ever need.
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>>7391290
It's just irssi in tmux

>>7391291
https://github.com/phallus/user-styles/blob/master/styles-clean/userChrome.css
It only works on versions of firefox pre-57
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>>7391625
yes i use pale moon, thanks anon!
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i pute le anime on desktop :DDDD LOL
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>H..how do I get a cool desktop like you guys?
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>>7391637
>display current system, host, theme
neofetch or screenfetch
>WM
i3 and Awesome are beginner friendly and easy to customize
>DE
imo XFCE is the best option for easily getting a custom desktop
>themes
just search for GTK themes if you choose to go with a DE
>firefox ricing
>>7348064 OP post got everything to get you started
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>>7391358
I want that background
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>>7390324
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>>7391649
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>>7390371
wallpaper please?
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2lazy to configure taskbar ;(
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>>7391962
Saw you desktop scrolling around here and just wanted to say how great to looks! Wish I knew how to do this shit, or had the patience for it anyways.
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>>7390324
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Anyone have recommendations for more rainmeter widgets?
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>>7392219
first clean your desktop
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>>7392229
Happy?
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>>7392273
yes, looks nice for windows
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Can't be assed to empty my recycling bin
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>>7391962
I feel bad for you bro, I wouldn't wish 1366x768 on my worst enemies.
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>>7390324
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>>7391863
it's me again
we grey now
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>>7392353
thought this deleted whoops i fucked up the thread sorry /wg/
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>>7391951
You can find the original by image reverse searching it.
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>>7390324
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In the process of learning.
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>>7392380
i pute nice lady on computer :DDDD LOL
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>>7392381
Please, anon, show the class what you brought then? Since you are clearly a man of taste
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>>7392380
Post pic?
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>>7392396
Her name is Amber Hahn, her set is easy to find. P sure its FTV
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I just recently bought wallpaper engine, very worth it.
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I use my PC primarily for gaymes and 3D rendering, is linux still worth installing?
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>>7392475
No. Why would you consider Linux in the first place?
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>>7392380
Amber Hahn. Not the dude, just a helpful connoisseur.
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>>7392330
i like the pape, clean your desktop anon.
>>7392353
did you migrate to artix and it didn't update the name or do you just use the askii of artix?
anyway i like the fact that you are using nano. fucking based.
with your firefox rice i know you can do better.
>>7392356
you didn't
>>7392380
what WM? is it any good for dual monitor?
>>7392473
hide or delete cartana or whatever name she has. other than that it's okay i guess
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hi friends
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Yes thats my desktop. Not a wallpaper


Rate?
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>>7392588 If you go down with the mouse its shows the taskbar
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>>7392389
>>7391631
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>>7392586
hi fwend owo
>>7392588
that's a wallpaper anon, it looks nice.
>>7392593
tell me about funtoo anon, i don't see it here often.
what bar are you using, it looks neat.
really cute rive
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>>7392600
>cute rive
cute rice
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>>7392600
like a said, not a wallpaper

I just cleaned everything off


Yours looks nice 7/10 Very clean
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>>7392604
>>7392600
Oops wrong person
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>>7392604
don't get me wrong, i am all for clean desktops but if it only displays your wallpaper it's no rice, nor a desktop.
it's a copy of your current wallpaper that happens to be made by fist scaling it on your desktop and then take a screenshot of it
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Linux on my macbook air
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>>7392607
macOS, same machine.
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>>7392607
what is it like to install linux on a apple product? i often thought about if i would buy an apple machine if i would get it for cheap
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>>7392610
Got this macbook for free as a gift from a friend that had just bought a newer one. Honestly, installing Linux was very straightforward. The only hitch is the wifi chipset; it uses a proprietary driver so in my case it was necessary to connect my phone via USB and tether so I could install the kernel module needed for wifi. A non-issue if you've got an Ethernet dongle, or a router that allows USB connections. Other than that, it was no different than installing on any other machine. The cool part is how it boots: the apple bootloader is preserved separate from whatever Linux bootloader you choose (grub, in my case) so the machine boots Linux by default, and when I want to run macOS I just reboot and hold alt(cmd) and select my macOS partition in the macOS bootloader.

As for distribution choice, I settled on Ubuntu for my mac purely for the sake of time. I wanted the hotkeys for keyboard backlight, screen backlight, volume, media keys, etc to work with minimal dicking about, and Ubuntu is the easiest distro to make that happen. The big upside is that the keys all send the standard signal they ought to send (vol up sends the XF86RaiseVolume, etc) so if you do want to use other distros like Arch or Gentoo, it won't take long to create a config file for something like xbindkeys to get them working, and then just add a line to .xinitrc or your window manager config if it allows for launching programs from the config to automatically start xbindkeys. I just prefer having all of that done for me at the system level so it doesn't matter what DE/WM I'm running, it just werks™
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>>7392610
It also bears mentioning that this is only the case for older models. Don't expect such a smooth transition to Linux on anything made after, I'd say, 2016. Mine is a 2014 air, but it's honestly not very far behind current gen macbooks. A brand new macbook pretty much just has a slightly better i5 and I think a slightly better resolution than 1440x900, but everything else about it is fucking worse. Keyboard, touchpad, etc. If you're going to buy a used one, I highly recommend 2012-2015 pro, or late 2013 (aka the 2014 model) macbook air. Just make sure you look for one with the most ram you can find as that shit is soldered in post 2012. (Replaceable ram is the only reason the 2012 mbp makes the list, as 2015 is basically better in every way for a similar price)
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>>7392620
>>7392623
thanks for the elaborated reply anon!
yeah soldered on ram sounds like a dealbreaker for me, i will see. maybe i come across a cheap one to give it a shot myself
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windows 7
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>>7390781
>>7390909
>>7390919
>>7391228
>>7391354
add padding to term
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>>7390783
>>7390782

I love what Luke has done, but man his i3 bindings are dog shit
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>>7392568
i3wm, And it's been okay for me. Pretty low learning curve, but it isn't super customizable as far as I can tell. Then again, I'm learning C just to see what else I can do.
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>>7392592
>gives other people shit for the layout and content of their fucking computer
>doesn't have the stones to post his own desktop without obscuring the pape.
>Calls himself out in an attempt to appear self-aware and cool.
alright dude
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>>7392716
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>>7392713
yeah i have used i3 until recently.
it's not that great for more than one monitor but pretty okay all in all.
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>>7392717
>>7392716

still this >>7392062
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>>7392725
Definitely. This setup is mostly for practice. Gonna try more complicated stuff after I get some confidence with it.
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Bog standard i3 is perfect for me
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>>7392740
bspwm will be your final stop. Don't try anything else, honestly.
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>>7392744
i am currently on bspwm and i honestly have a blast using it, but setting up more than 2 monitors in an dockabel setup is way more painful than i3 desu
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vimmasterrace
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inb4 i sound like a faggot but i dont see myself using anything other than arch+i3 any time soon
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>>7392759
that's fine man, i used i3 too for the longest time and i3 is all you need for the most part.
it's intuitive and easy to modify
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>>7392588
0/10 for a shitty bait for someone to say "how is that your desktop? there are no icons or menu" so you can respond with "well its because i use [insert hipster linux distro] and a tiling window manager, its purely keyboard controlled. i dont even own a mouse anymore!"
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>>7392610
people recommend a macbook for kali, the hw is well supported
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>>7392761
he actually uses windows see here >>7392604 so lower that count, i dare you
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>>7392765
what people recommend mac AND kali? smells like raddit imo
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>>7390324
can I get that look on Arch? what would I need?
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>>7392818
no it's gentoo only, sorry anon.
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>>7392821
This.
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>>7392878
I'll pass, I can barely deal with Windows properly
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>>7392885
It was a joke, anon. It's only polybar, CSS and compton for transparent borders, all with a matching colour scheme. Very achievable on Arch if you have the time.
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>>7392890
ah! in that case, I should keep on reading about Arch. thank you ma'friendo
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eh .. I'm a minimalist ..
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>>7392920
... That's minimal?
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>>7392690
do you just not use a bar or do you hide it?
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After adding padding neofetch --w3m finally started workign before it just wouldn't. Also rate.
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>>7392999
i dont use one
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>>7393055
how do you monitor your system?
i would go crazy not seeing my volume while watching anime tittys
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>>7393071
i dont
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>>7393087
I tried it but I like to at least see the workspace
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>>7393128
idk i prefer having barely anything on my desktop
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Procrastinating again...
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contributing
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I think i did pretty good on this one. I might want to change the font, but i'm pretty happy with it.
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>>7393239
still this >>7392062
>>7393577
mpv is based,
your theme is based
the wallpaper is okay i guess
and with htop you loose me, htop is a neat tool, don't get me wrong but it always feels so
>look at me, i'm a hacker like in this show i just saw on netflix or wherever mr hackerman aired


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>>7393638
Yeah, although it is one of my most used terminal tools, it's not the best thing to show on a mostly graphical desktop. File manager, text editor or even music player probably would've been a better way to showcase my desktop. Either way, thank you for the feedback, kind anon!
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I'm new to this thing, sorry if it looks like shite
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If I use windows I might as well go full redstone.
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netbook life
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4k life
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>>7394030
Why
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is there anything similar to BBlean for windows 10?
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>>7394266
what exactly does it do? the image i found looked like openbox, if it sets themes you might want to look into gtk themes
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yessir
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This is more of a proof of concept than it is anything else. Made it mostly to prove to people how easy it is to fuck with KDE
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>>7394590
>1366x768 AND 1024x768
>KDE
>Apple logo and layout
Man, you are the worst.
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>>7394029
What file manager is that?
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>>7392607
font name plaese?
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>>7395108
Looks like pcmanfm
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>>7391863
wallpaper?
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>>7395430
https://www.yandex.com/images/search?rpt=imageview&img_url=https%3A%2F%2Fi.4cdn.org%2Fwg%2F1554423008076.png
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>>7392491
past 2020 its a superior alternative to windows or macOS
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switched recently to manjaro i3 , loving it so far
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>>7395379
Lemon
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>>7395108
it is indeed pcmanfm
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still learning how to, but i think it looks okay already
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>>7396019
I think it's neat.
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haven't put to much effort in :p
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>>7393239
how do you keep neofetch on constantly and have the terminal borders like that?
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>>7396323
I don't understand the first question. The window borders are set in the i3 config file.
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>>7396336
I think anon's asking how the prompt you used to run neofetch is hiding, like how you put it in your ~/.bashrc.
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>>7396311
>>7396019
>>7395506
Do you actually use your computer for anything productive? Its not like you need a stacking WM cause ur specs suck like this guys >>7394029
Testing new gnome, so far pretty smooth sailing
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>>7396358
[code] $ clear ; neofetch ; scrot [/code]
When you use scrot like this it takes the screenshot before your prompt pops up
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>>7396362
>>7396362
I use a tiling window manager precisely because it is better for my workflow, the low resource consumption is just a bonus.
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>>7396311
What gtk theme is that?
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>>7396362
using tiling wms in floating mode is based
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>>7392610
macbook pro 2011 + arch = orgasm fuel
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>>7396533
I don't use a GTK theme, all the colors are from .Xresources, .i3 and i3status.conf
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>>7390324
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>>7392741
[code] new_window 1pixel
hide_edge_borders both
bindsym $mod+shift+b border toggle [/code]

thank me later bud
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>>7390371
Love this
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>>7394030
>resolution 1024x576
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>>7396636
work on your bar m8
>>7396673
I like the HUD effect tbf
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>>7396862
work on YOUR bar m8
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>>7390324
the fuckin king, what bar is that?
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>>7391863
bro a fuckin toilet..
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>>7392366
im going to vomit
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>>7396986
polybar
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:D
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>>7392366
Want to be my gf?
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>>7392366
want to play league sometime qt?
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>>7396582
how you made this dock?
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>>7397133
>>7397134
Im a guy but ok uwu
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>>7390332
Ayy Crystal castles - kept. 10/10 for my man.

also vanilla upload with bouquet
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>>7392366
why winfags even try
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>>7392082
you deserve a (you), comfy pape and comfy terminal. Only thing is that I like a more minimalist fetch, not all that information
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tryin to achieve max cute overload over here what's some more dumb shit i can add ? i was wondering if there was a way i could make it rain sparkles or something ... that would be cool if someone knew how i could do dat ?

also my cursor is pink n is shitting more pink cursors but u can't see that
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>>7392273
gib pape ples
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>>7396019
colega!
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>>7391063
legendary rice.
>>7391631
i love the colors + bar. the transparency is really nice looking.
>>7392353
>>7392355
looks great. the old arch ascii is the best.
>>7396571
comfyyy.
>>7397065
nice pape. i like the skinny bar.
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>>7396862
still >>7392062
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I don't really do the whole ricing thing
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>>7397020
Basado y rojoempastillado. Me pasás el wallpaper anon?
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>>7396636
is dis KDE? How do u get ur desktop 2 dat lvl.
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>>7392716
how do you do that thing where you have the terminal on there with the screenfetch/neofetch thing?

How do you make the bar like that as well pardon me I'm a newbie :/
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>>7397802
>i don't rice
>custom neofetch conf
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>>7397673
pape plz and thanks?
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>>7398008
I made it for this post.
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>>7398017
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>>7390324
rate me
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>>7391555
What Icon theme is this?
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>>7398174
shit music taste
color scheme conflicting with busy background
flat icons on memebar not complimenting rest of it
you're going to have to pick either the icons, the color scheme, or the wallpaper, and work on building around whichever one you choose
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>>7397967
>the terminal on there
he uses i3
>How do you make the bar like that
it's the default i3 bar + i3blocks + the work space layout copied from bspwm, on top of it he uses htop to look like a cool hacker and cowsay to put some lazy ascii in and for some reason he also feels the need to show off that he uses pulseaudio, all nice and clean drag and propd in floating mode.
that's the rice
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>>7397673
what icons and fonts are you using for the bar?
it's comfy
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Rice-A-Roni
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>>7398174
Looks like shit, also stop posting multiple posts you nigger.
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fuck
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>>7398418
Chicago95 icons and Noto Sans font. Start button is custom.
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How do I rice xfce4-terminal? I used pywal but the theme resets when I close the terminal. I don't want to change terminal since I'm quit happy with it.
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>>7397237
Nexus.
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>>7398547
do yourself a favour and swap to urxvt or st
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>>7398524
thanks anon
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>>7398297
any suggestions on a better looking icon set?
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>>7392643
that's a nice wp anon, care to post it?
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>>7398609
like that anon stated, you have to settle on something. search for an overall theme to begin with and try to see what looks good together and what doesn't
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>>7393304
creepy, but i like it..
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>>7390371
I fucking love this one. What is this window manager? I'm new to linux, just installed ubuntu few days ago and I'm trying out i3, but I can't see myself getting something like this with it...
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>>7398776
Ok, I'm a fucking retard, please ignore this. Just noticed there's that "wm: bspwm" line there.
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>>7398776
Thanks. You can actually replicate this exactly on any other tiling wm; just use programs that allow borders and to change their colours to be uniform. Three of the windows in the desktop are just terminals.
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>>7398156
thanks anon
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>>7398470
papper pls
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>>7390724
what is this player ?
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>>7398311
i dig it
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I used to believe in cluttering your desktop with a bunch of useless information but really all I need is a music player
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>>7398939

noice
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Finally installed lunix. Someone suggested this distro. What do you think /wg/?
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I guess I'm trying /wg/ for a change.
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>>7399420
how'd you change the info bar color and its font in sxiv? looks clean
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>>7399400
next time, at least go in fullscreen mode or crop the picture.
3/10 bait
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Just downloaded Ubuntu.
How do you guys do that thing with the terminal where it shows system information and the logo or profile pic?
Where do I get minimal shells that remove borders and useless crap like that?
What are some essential linux rices?
I am so lost with this.
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>>7399550
>that thing with the terminal
neofetch or screenfetch
>Where do I get minimal shells
don't know what exactly you mean by that. bash is pretty minimal imo
>What are some essential linux rices?
start by tinkering around, put a custom theme on, just search for custom themes, add some custom icons etc.
if you are completely new to linux just do this for a while, learn a bit about the terminal and have fun, you can do really cool stuff without jumping right into configuring dotfiles
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>>7398985

font?
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>>7399550
>Where do I get minimal shells that remove borders and useless crap like that?
You mean the terminal? Shells do not have borders.
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>>7399550
i think you mean desktop enviroments/window managers instead of shells
you should read the op of the /w/ thread
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>>7399594
berry bitmap font
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Does it look good?
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>>7399651

how do i make my browser that beautiful
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>>7399717
make a userchrome that hides everything
install 4chan x and oneechan
make 4chan x and oneechan look good
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>>7399651
>>7399722
Can u share either oneechan theme?
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>>7399749
freetexthost dot com slash e6ejiat2u3
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>>7399421
On previous version (v24) you could edit the config file before compiling. On this version it takes itself the colour which is kind of a shame.
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Unbelievable how well Plasma performs on shit laptops and GNOME stutters so bad
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>>7399913
>>7399421
you can still change the colors and font before compiling on v25, its just harder. it draws foreground and background from x. if you swap some of the fg and bg in between the section i highlighted you can have it match your terminal better.
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>>7399974
where did you find the gitLab icon?
comfy rice, thous borders on your bar look really nice. i think i will steal the idea to separate my bar more from the wallpaper i use
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>>7399975
>where did you find the gitLab icon?
siji font.
>comfy rice, thous borders on your bar look really nice. i think i will steal the idea to separate my bar more from the wallpaper i use
thanks, ur welcome.
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>>7391358
Based desktop
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>>7399913
>>7399421
forgot to say edit that in the window.c file.
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Herbs if fun
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>>7399976
okay dumb question but i am gonna ask before i spend hours finding out myself, how did you put a border on that bar, don't you use the border already to create the spaces that are empty?
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>>7400023
are you talking about the gaps? because the border is just border-size = 2 the gaps are offset-x = 10 and offset-y = 10
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>>7400027
oh shit, yes of course, i used the borders because offset fucked something else up.
thanks anon
>>7400007
>Herbs
Herbst
please make that border color fitting or choose a wallpaper that compliments the border color anon
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>>7399974
So I guess I would ve changing *bg (in the 5th line) for *color01 or whatever the colour I want?
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>>7397393
link ur dotfiles dood
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>>7400030
Border color matches vim/qute insert mode. I'm going for a "space dust" theme.
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>>7397393
Get a minimal firefox css and make it just a pink bar with forced pastel pink background on websites.
Transparent bars are ugly, stop that, your computer is not your phone.
It would look coooter if your bar was pastel pink with a white font instead.
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Just re-installed Mint today. Wanted to give Linux another run.
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>>7391863
That is the most aesthetic bathroom I've ever seen...
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>>7390324
what browser is that and how'd you make the tabs look like that? looks real good
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>>7391355

>powershell master race
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>>7392330
>>7392568
instead of cleaning your desktop just hide it, just like everything else

I recommend desktopOK and enable the icon hide feature. hide icons after 5 sec bby default and makes them reappear after you click on the screen.

has a load of other nice features like saving icon layouts too.




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