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    Screenshots April 2006

    Since y'all were slackin' I guess I'll start this month...(it's either this or append to March...)
    http://jeffrey.homelinux.org/hate_on_a_stick.jpg

    Now I gotta figure out how to use this dang thing......
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    How'd you know I was Slackin'...

    Superhands...

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    Ubuntu Breezy Badger on Gateway 8510gz laptop, running Anjunta (C++), Zend (PHP), Firefox, Gaim and aMSN.
    http://tlehman.is-a-geek.net/public_...Screenshot.png
    Last edited by ions; 04-27-2006 at 09:52 PM.
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    Snap of my desktop. Nothing special but thought I'd add one to the pot. :-)

    http://www.depolis.com/snapshot.jpg
    Last edited by ions; 04-27-2006 at 09:51 PM.

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    here is my two monitor screenshot

    click*

    left half is running 1600x1200 right is running 1280x1024 but i pasted them together for easy viewing.

    *Disclaimer:approx. 1.5mb file

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    why so much swap??

    hey GliderMike....any particular reason why you have 1gb of swap when you have 1gb of ram installed??

    Kind of curious because it seems like a bit of a waste of disk space.
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    You are correct calipso, it's definitely gross overkill. Disk is cheap and I had plenty so I said what the hey. That and for some reason it just seemed like a good idea at 3:00 in the morning when I did this install :-)

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    Well Gnome 2.14 is out, so i lost my all fancy fluxbox screens.


    I like 2.14



    Hey Je_fro might wanna edit that a-hole using fowl language on your post.


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    Simple with a Little Whoop!

    http://ca.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/can...39.jpg&.src=ph

    Sorry for the link, but it's all I got right now.
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    Well, I figured it's time for a new desktop. Had a couple spring wallpapers up, but I got bored from that fresh greenery very quickly. Hence I figured it's time for something more classy:

    organic ink with superkaramba (aero, tuxbar, and liquid weather)

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    xfce


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    Here's my first desktop screen shot since joining JL. Not much installed right now, it's only a 400MHz machine, so not running much. KDE 3.5.1/2 (inbetween versions right now).
    http://www.geocities.com/todywif/Des...pril/april.png

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