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hey cybr, I fixed the borders on that metacity you use;

Cobalt

Cobalt_R

Degar

Degar_R

 

gnome-look

 

 

The gtk was showing through the trans borders. Made it like that on purpose but.... :oops:

thx, I like the way they look.

 

script I use:

 

#!/bin/bash
clear
echo -----------=[Current System Stats ]=---------
echo
echo ____________________ System _____________________
cat /etc/debian_version
cat /etc/redhat-release
cat /proc/version
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

 

script I use for screenshot:

 

import -window root -quality 88 ~/misc/screenshots/`date +%Y%m%d-%H%M%S`-lg.jpg

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script I use:

 

#!/bin/bash
clear
echo -----------=[Current System Stats ]=---------
echo
echo ____________________ System _____________________
cat /etc/debian_version
cat /etc/redhat-release
cat /proc/version
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

 

Do you know that you don't need to pipe catted output into grep?

 

grep "model name" /proc/cpuinfo
grep "cpu MHz" /proc/cpuinfo
grep "bogomips" /proc/cpuinfo
grep "cache size" /proc/cpuinfo

 

and

 

grep "MemTotal" /proc/meminfo
grep "MemFree" /proc/meminfo
grep "SwapTotal" /proc/meminfo
grep "SwapFree" /proc/meminfo

 

Both work. :)

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/me thinks of 10 ways to do the samething in *nix :P

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My current WindowMaker desktop

 

Edit: Deleted image because I want to nominate another one, see my post further on

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Minimalism is the rage these days eh?

 

Thats probably cause everyone is trying to run xcompmgr and transset and there bring there WM/DE's to there knees!

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I assume that was at my little funny :)

 

It's true, (for me atleast) I've ran the stupid stuff on my dual xeon w/ FX 5700ultra and it still slows down significantly, crashes once to many things are open. That has been in Ubuntu, Fedora, Gentoo, Slackware......blah blah and blah

 

Can I get a witness? :juggle:

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yeah xcompmgr/transset are still buggier and slower than many of us would like them to be. Both work relatively well on my machine luckily.

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thx! but engine themes are easy. So much so they are almost unsubmitable cuz anyone can do it. It's at gnome-look as SmoothCobalt. Cobalt is the metacity theme.

Edited by bvc

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Hmmm.....I didn't quiet get the Idea of what is metacity? I know where it says metacity, but I thought skinning the browser was in GTK.

 

Explaination on what's metacity is needed :help:

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