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SWEET! Is that, like, win1.0? Or is it just DOS?

Whatever it is, where can I get it! It looks sooo much better than XP! :P

 

It's Windows 1.01 and you can find it if you look hard enough. ;)

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Nominated Screenshot

 

I think this is how it is done.

 

First post, so let me know if I am wrong :)

 

MDK 10.1C

Fluxbox (0.9.8 - didn't like new bugs / features in later releases)

Icons through idesk with transparency (doesn't really show up on a white Background, but it still looks cool when the mouse goes over them and they come to life :) )

 

Bring Back Minimalism :)

 

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Nominated Screenshot

 

MDK 9.2, IceWM, with my first theme named 'Cold Steel' (built from axxrom 1.1 darxx)

Wallpaper even specially made for this theme.

Yea, the name's not too original, but...neither is the theme really...lol

 

edit: Figured out how to fix the last few things that needed changed...updated the screenshot

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Edited by Urza9814

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Well after cleaning up some of my old stuff I posted on here I can now post this.

 

Just got gdesklets working on here. Kind of a boring background, but it works for now.

 

:jester:

 

FX

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What is the terminal command you use to show all your system

info? I've asked a few people with linux experience and none

of them know. Thanks.

 

Jason

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What is the terminal command you use to show all your system

info? I've asked a few people with linux experience and none

of them know. Thanks.

 

Jason

 

I don't know if there's a single command to show everything, but certain commands you can run are:

 

uname -a

uptime

df -h

free

lspci

 

and also try cat /proc/(files in there like cpuinfo and such)

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This is just a little bash script I made up, (some parts I stole from someone along the way, don't remember who though)

 

#!/bin/bash
clear
echo -----------=[Current System Stats v0.1]=---------
echo
echo ____________________ System _____________________
cat /etc/debian_version
cat /proc/version
#/lib/libc.so.6 | grep NPTL
echo Uptime: `uptime`
echo ____________________ Kernel _____________________
echo Operating System: `uname -o`
echo Kernel Version: `uname -sr`
#echo Arch type: `uname -pi`
echo _____________________ CPU _______________________
cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep "model name"
cat /proc/cpuinfo| grep "cpu MHz"
#cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep "bogomips"
#cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep "cache size"
echo _____________________ RAM _______________________
free -m
cat /proc/meminfo | grep "MemTotal"
cat /proc/meminfo | grep "MemFree"
cat /proc/meminfo | grep "SwapTotal"
cat /proc/meminfo | grep "SwapFree"

echo _________________ Hard Disks ____________________
df -h -l
echo _________________   Devices  ____________________
lspci -v |grep -i audio
lspci -v |grep -i nvidia
lspci -v |grep -i ethernet
exit 0

 

Some parts you change for different distro's....

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How can I convert my images into thumbnails so they are smaller?

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Happy Halloween!!!!

 

This one I nominate

 

GTK2 Theme is Bloodline. Wallpaper is something I found on the net.

 

Thanks cybr for the script.

 

FX

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What is the terminal command you use to show all your system

info? I've asked a few people with linux experience and none

of them know. Thanks.

 

Jason

 

I don't know if there's a single command to show everything, but certain commands you can run are:

 

uname -a

uptime

df -h

free

lspci

 

and also try cat /proc/(files in there like cpuinfo and such)

 

mandrake has a pkg called procinfo that does all but df;

procinfo -a

it's what is in a lot of my screenies....here's one;

Alien

 

 

How can I convert my images into thumbnails so they are smaller?

gimp>open image>Image>Scale

gthumb>Image>resize

 

 

industrial themes color pack

http://gnomesupport.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=8024

Edited by bvc

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How do i resize it to a thumbnail and then it blows up when you click on it? I have resized it that way, down' from 1600x1200 ---> 1280x1024 --> 1024x768 ---> 800x600 and the board still wouldn't accept the size, so I don't know how big/what/why it wont take it....

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