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Ubuntu 8.04 64-bit

Gnome

GTK2: Aurora Engine

Kiba Dock: SVN

Screenlets: Play Now, Places, applications, error log

Tilda Terminal

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Here's my current desktop of MDV 2009.0 and KDE4.

 

Mandriva_2009_0_KDE4_desktop_by_Dude67.png

 

The icon theme is 'Adrix1.1', the desktop theme is 'Elegance' and the wallpaper is my own design.

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Stock Mandriva 2009 w/ KDE 4.1 running Windows Vista w/ Sun VirtualBox OSE on a Black Edition Athlon 5000+ (65 watts) overclocked slightly to ~5500+ (using a 14X multiplier instead of stock 13X).

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2008-Sep-28-shot2-pre.jpg

Click to enlarge 1680x1050

 

Ubuntu 8.04 64-bit

Gnome

GTK2: Aurora Engine

Kiba Dock: SVN

Screenlets: Play Now, Places, applications, error log

Tilda Terminal

 

Nice wallpaper. Is that an actual city, and if so which one? Is that wallpaper available somewhere?

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Nice, what icons do you use?

 

I'm currently using OxygenRefit2-black, but there's also a white set too. I got from gnome-look.org

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Nice wallpaper. Is that an actual city, and if so which one? Is that wallpaper available somewhere?

 

HDR image of New York's 9th Avenue. :)

 

Real Picture, works best with HD widescreen "42 to 50-inch. Really Sharp Wallpaper.

http://interfacelift.com/wallpaper/details.php?id=01324

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HDR image of New York's 9th Avenue. :)

That's an awesome site! Thanks for the link! :thumbs:

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HDR image of New York's 9th Avenue. :)

Thanks for the link! Geez, I used to live in that city (Third Avenue and 18th St.) and I didn't even recognize it. It looked like NY, but I didn't recognize any of the buildings.

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