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Topic # 62312 3-Jun-2010 14:54
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I know this has been done before, but I am interested to see your setups. Post your screenshots in this forum - Rate, Comment etc. You know the drill - Let's get started with mine:



This is just Ubuntu with Conky on the side displaying system stats, the computer is a MacBook 13" - I have always been one for a clean desktop.




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  Reply # 337856 3-Jun-2010 14:59
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Can I please ask people to upload images to Geekzone (everyone can do it for free)? This makes pages with lots of images to load a lot faster.






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  Reply # 337859 3-Jun-2010 15:03
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freitasm: Can I please ask people to upload images to Geekzone (everyone can do it for free)? This makes pages with lots of images to load a lot faster.


Good point, I have been using the Geekzone Photo Uploader for small objects, bought up a lovely 500 "Internal server error" with me this time though, Either the server hates PNG files or it just didn't like the image size. Ah well.




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  Reply # 337906 3-Jun-2010 16:06
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Sorry, that was probably when I was loading a new large table to the database. It's done now.




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  Reply # 338533 5-Jun-2010 14:16
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how do i get to upload the pictures to Geekzone, do i have to download a program? do i have to resize them? 

thanks


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  Reply # 338548 5-Jun-2010 15:13
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There's a link "upload an image file" under the Quick Reply box. Then use the "Compose Reply" button to use an editor to insert the image.

Images are limited to 200KBytes.





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  Reply # 338642 5-Jun-2010 21:46
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Currently.





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  Reply # 338654 5-Jun-2010 22:26
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This is mine!



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  Reply # 338662 5-Jun-2010 23:02
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Isn't Lucid awesome ?  I'm very impressed with it as an OS - Combined with your Apple Hardware I think you must have a great setup :-)  BTW: I have the same background on my Lucid desktop.

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  Reply # 338663 5-Jun-2010 23:09
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prynhart: Isn't Lucid awesome ?  I'm very impressed with it as an OS - Combined with your Apple Hardware I think you must have a great setup :-)  BTW: I have the same background on my Lucid desktop.

Patrick


Lucid is awesome! Been running Ubuntu for ages (since Breezy Badger) - First time running it on my MacBook but really enjoying it over OSX.

I don't even have OSX installed anymore.

Nice Desktop's guys! Keep em' coming!




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  Reply # 338670 6-Jun-2010 00:28
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a simple and clean Opensuse KDE desktop.

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  Reply # 338673 6-Jun-2010 00:58
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Tiny desktop screenshot

EDIT: Wow the parser butchered the HTML for the link/image O_O




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  Reply # 338675 6-Jun-2010 01:10
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farcus: a simple and clean Opensuse KDE desktop.


Loving the desktop, KDE has really gotten quite nice over the years :)
Good to know there's another Linux User on the forum.




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mine is not that fancy... more like girly LOL :) ...I've found this site hdwallpapers.in and it has some really awesome desktop background pics...



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  Reply # 338758 6-Jun-2010 12:26
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Detruire: Tiny desktop screenshot

EDIT: Wow the parser butchered the HTML for the link/image O_O


:O where did youget your background!? I love it!







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  Reply # 338779 6-Jun-2010 13:44
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Aaroona:
Detruire:

EDIT: Wow the parser butchered the HTML for the link/image O_O


:O where did youget your background!? I love it!


I was about to ask the same question!
Looked sort of like my background I created some years ago, then I took another look.


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