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    Welcome back, Skittle!

    Nice lookin' screen you got there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper Dan View Post
    Looks good SkittleLinux18!
    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    Welcome back, Skittle!

    Nice lookin' screen you got there!
    Thanks guys! But I am having trouble with my install now. haha So I'm off to the Ubuntu section for help.
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    My answer to WINE.
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    I am using Gnome desktop on Ubuntu 10.10, with XMonad as my window manager, instead of Compiz or Metacity. I have a Dell Inspiron Mini 10 netbook with a 1024x600 screen. Because it is so small, every square millimeter of screen space is valuable. XMonad solves this problem, because it is a tiling window manager.

    I would love to use Compiz compositing and effects with XMonad as the layout manager, but I have not been able to hack it to do that yet.

    Notable features:
    • Full-screen by default, tiling windows with a single keystroke.
    • Gnome Global-Menu -- like Mac OS, there is only ever one visible menu bar in the upper part of the screen which changes to hold the menus for the window selected, saving valuable screen area. Gnome Global-menu, I believe, is part of the new Ubuntu Unity interface, but I have installed it from source on my own computer.
    I never understand why people use integrated development environments (IDE's) like NetBeans or Eclipse, or Ajunta. Linux is an IDE in and of itself.


    https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B3J...zMDE5&hl=en_US
    Using split screen is incredibly helpful when writing code, you can keep your manual page or online reference manual open right next to the window you are coding in. This comes in handy often when your favorite IDE cannot integrate text auto-completion with the code libraries you use.


    https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B3J...kZDM4&hl=en_US


    https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B3J...hMWNk&hl=en_US


    https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B3J...mNzE1&hl=en_US
    I use the exact same Desktop environment setup at work, and it works just as nicely on a large screen.

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    @SunshineFolk
    Is that Ubuntu Unity with a Mac OS theme? Pretty cool actually, and like that Tux wallpaper.

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    I decided to give antiX a try in a VM after seeing some of the screens of it on here. Not too bad of a distro.
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    Linux Mint Debian Edition (XFCE) with Compiz and Emerald running the smoke theme. My own background and conky.

    "I used to be with it, then they changed what it was.
    Now what was it isn't it, and what is it is weird and scary to me.
    It'll happen to you too."

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    Nice, Elija. If LMDE puts out a KDE4 version, I'll probably switch from Kubuntu, immediately. Mint is starting to take over!
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    Kubuntu-11.04 on my Laptop Mini-Eee. Only one workspace, no extra decorations, fairly kind on system resources, and still to my visual liking.

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    CRUX Linux 2.7 running Links graphics web browser in IceWM.

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