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    Gentoo 2008.0 Xfce4 , Gant Xfce Iconset, and some strange funky Background I found littering the information Superhighway.


    Gentoo 2008.0 KDE-3.5.9 Gant Xfce Iconset, SuperKaramba with "Transparent Sensors-1.0", all included with a lovely weird background of death!
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    Acer Aspire One, Gentoo 2008.0, kernel 2.6.28, Fluxbox, Zimek Darkblue style, Kupo Finale Dark GTK theme, wallpaper from the Asus eee forums (1024x600 wallpapers aren't that easy to find!), Conky system monitor.


    My main desktop system is looking decidedly boring, as I still haven't got around to putting a decent install on it.

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    Homebrew computer running CRUX 2.4, I finally got everything to work!

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    IceWM with UnusualScars theme.

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    I like every Desktop I have seen posted here, some a little more than others but I think one thing that really stands out is that everyone has their own idea of what their desktop should look like. Thanks to Linux for giving us all so many choices.
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    I really like Aluminum Spleens Gnu and Linux Theme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    I really like Aluminum Spleens Gnu and Linux Theme.

    Yeah - it's clever and it seems that monochrome is really in this year
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    Time machines!

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    Doesn't really matter does it!?


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    Looks terrific aluminumspleen! Congratulations! You should now have a screaming fast machine! One thing that is fun to do is run lsmod and top to to get a visual of just how minimal you're running! Keep up the good work!

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    Lookin' good, aluminumspleen! Very slick looking!
    I'll ask you the same thing Dan asked me... how much time from power on to IceWM?
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    about 28 seconds or so, provided I type quickly

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    I'll race ya?

    My Acer Aspire One takes 16 seconds from power on to desktop.

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