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April 4, 2004 8:37:33 PM

Everybody post your Linux desktop and window pics!

<A HREF="http://www.geocities.com/spitfire_x86/thgc/desktop.html" target="_new">Desktop</A>
<A HREF="http://www.geocities.com/spitfire_x86/thgc/my_computer...." target="_new">"My Computer"</A>

Using Knoppix 3.3 (HD installed) and KDE 3.1.5, "Redmond" color scheme. I'm trying to make it look like "Windows" as much as possible.

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April 5, 2004 8:17:24 AM

hope you like my theme :D 

i LOVE it. it means i can switch between XP and Linux and only notice a few different programs, and other people don't get to confused when using it either.

<A HREF="http://doug.mud-puddle.co.nz/albums/upload/linuxdesktop..." target="_new">http://doug.mud-puddle.co.nz/albums/upload/linuxdesktop...;/A>

<A HREF="http://doug.mud-puddle.co.nz/albums/upload/linuxdesktop..." target="_new">http://doug.mud-puddle.co.nz/albums/upload/linuxdesktop...;/A>

KDE 3.2.1
Mandrake 9.2 with the 2.6.3 kernel, (will go to mandrake 10 some time which has 2.6.3 as its natural kernel but hey)

Alltaken

<A HREF="http://www.mud-puddle.co.nz" target="_new">http://www.mud-puddle.co.nz&lt;/A> its where its all going on, oh and its also all going on HERE <A HREF="http://doug.mud-puddle.co.nz/gallery/" target="_new">http://doug.mud-puddle.co.nz/gallery/&lt;/A>
April 5, 2004 3:50:29 PM

Ha, that's pretty neat. You almost can't tell. I like that blender wallpaper too :) 

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April 6, 2004 10:01:43 PM

Not unusual with RPM based distros.

Debian's package management system is great if you have 24/7 internet connection. It can automatically download and install dependencies.

Knoppix doesn't have Gnome, so I'm having problem making apps work that require Gnome libraries.

If you have broadband, then Debian is the way to go. Check distrowatch for Debian review. You don't need to download all ISOs again, apt-get can automatically download required updates and keep your OS up-to-date.

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<A HREF="http://geocities.com/spitfire_x86/myrig.html" target="_new">My Rig</A> & <A HREF="http://geocities.com/spitfire_x86/benchmark.html" target="_new">3DMark score</A>
April 7, 2004 9:12:17 AM

LOL

sorry bro that was infact a hoax :p  (that is my Windows XP install witha few tweaks in paint ;)  )

although i almost exclusivly use Linux based open source software in windows (yeah XP is the only non-free software i own)

i have however found this interesting site that you might want to check out for a windows look and feel.

<A HREF="http://www.xpde.com/shots.php" target="_new">http://www.xpde.com/shots.php&lt;/A>

i actually like this linux version of the Windows theme better

so enjoy


Alltaken

<A HREF="http://www.mud-puddle.co.nz" target="_new">http://www.mud-puddle.co.nz&lt;/A> its where its all going on, oh and its also all going on HERE <A HREF="http://doug.mud-puddle.co.nz/gallery/" target="_new">http://doug.mud-puddle.co.nz/gallery/&lt;/A>
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