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    Quote Originally Posted by elija View Post
    So... a new little gadget for me to play with...
    Sweet!

    Thanks for that, elija!
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    My Scientific Linux 6 desktop

    The wallpaper photo is one I took in Xalapa, Veracruz of the volcano, Mt. Orizaba - second highest peak on the North American continent. Only Mt. McKinley in Alaska is taller.
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    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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    Either it is a pretty small mountain or your posted thumbnail does not render well in my EEEPC 701 rubberman. Zooming in browser blurs the details for me also. Nice photo though/jealous.

    My skanky 701

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    The first screenshot was made from my home machine(debian), and the second from university machine(Solaris).

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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    Either it is a pretty small mountain or your posted thumbnail does not render well in my EEEPC 701 rubberman. Zooming in browser blurs the details for me also. Nice photo though/jealous.
    The attachment manager converted my png scan of the desktop to a small jpeg when I uploaded. I'll have to upload a larger jpeg instead. As for mountain size, it is around 6000 meters (19000 feet) in height...
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bisti View Post
    The first screenshot was made from my home machine(debian), and the second from university machine(Solaris).
    So, is that the firewall in the background of your university machine? And why the 3-Mile Island (I think that's what it is) pic in the home wall paper?
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  8. #67
    I just like this industrial things(powerplants, ralways, and firewalls(yes, probably i could find more realistic photo, but i like abstract art too)).

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    This is what happens when I'm bored.

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    Ubuntu 10.04, with Slack 13.37 Xfce in a VM.
    Conky on the right, embedded terminal on the left.

    Update...
    I added conky to the VM.
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    Last edited by jayd512; 09-05-2011 at 09:46 PM.
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    From Skanky to Cute. Slackware 13 based Puppy Linux (LightHouse Pup) with animated Winnie the Pooh running around the Desktop on my Panasonic ToughBook CF-48.

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    Ok. Here's a bigger copy of my desktop:
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    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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