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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I saw the Jude and was like

 

I commented on Facebook but no, I do not just get review samples and get them for a bit. That is actually incorrect, that is way too difficult. You get to keep them. See how much easier things are now

 

What are we talking about???

post #42887 of 157551
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What are we talking about???

Kalbee's new avatar... 

 

 

VO7nH.gif

 

Panda uses headbutt, It is not very effective against pumpkin. -4 hp

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Kalbee's new avatar... 


VO7nH.gif



Panda uses headbutt, It is not very effective against pumpkin. -4 hp
Red Pandas are adorable.


Better, no? biggrin.gif
The difference between my storage dump+gaming machine (desktop) vs. current main machine (laptop).
Folder in dead center is for my school project. So that I don't forget, it has to stand out like crazy.
post #42889 of 157551

Hmm... English people in Anime yet again. Not sure what to say.

 

Always in semi formal clothing and very blonde hair.

 

I was waiting for the bad engrish but only the MC could say some.

post #42890 of 157551

oh mer gherd!

 

The two Seiyuu's in pet no kanojo(nanami and Mashiro) are actually hot irl!

 

 seiyuu for mashiro

 

 

seiyuu for nanami

 

 

 seiyuu for rita (new character) Ainsworth

post #42891 of 157551
Are we showing desktops? Finally a chance to reminisce about my old setups, where I had taste and put in effort to make it look good and usable. Though, as I said it was partly out of a certain chuuni desire to be a 1337 h4x0r that I started mucking with Arch. Its damn sad at 14, I was messing around with AwesomeWM, tiling stuff, using the command line etc., and at 16.5, I am just a Windows 7 normal. :/ My old Arch setup was also where I kept my entire K-On folder because I was sure no one in the family would be able to log in to my account from the command line and then start X11, thereby starting the GUI. And when I messed up compiling kernel 3.0, everything broke, so no K-On folder for me. >frown.gif
Past desktops:




Back when I put in effort...
No screens of my current 7 laptop. Its just a aftermarket visual style from Deviantart and a simple wallpaper.
post #42892 of 157551
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Originally Posted by Dissonant View Post

Are we showing desktops? Finally a chance to reminisce about my old setups, where I had taste and put in effort to make it look good and usable. Though, as I said it was partly out of a certain chuuni desire to be a 1337 h4x0r that I started mucking with Arch. Its damn sad at 14, I was messing around with AwesomeWM, tiling stuff, using the command line etc., and at 16.5, I am just a Windows 7 normal. :/ My old Arch setup was also where I kept my entire K-On folder because I was sure no one in the family would be able to log in to my account from the command line and then start X11, thereby starting the GUI. And when I messed up compiling kernel 3.0, everything broke, so no K-On folder for me. >frown.gif
Past desktops:


Back when I put in effort...
No screens of my current 7 laptop. Its just a aftermarket visual style from Deviantart and a simple wallpaper.

 

Thumbs up for another Arch user. 

 

dwm here.

 

 

700 700 700

 

I think everyone on the Arch forums looks to be a 1337 h4x0r with their 5 second boots, 10MB kernel, WMs stripped of any functionality, and that inbred elitism so rampant on the forums. You should have stuck to Gentoo, we're all nice there!

post #42893 of 157551
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Originally Posted by Dissonant View Post

Are we showing desktops? Finally a chance to reminisce about my old setups, where I had taste and put in effort to make it look good and usable. Though, as I said it was partly out of a certain chuuni desire to be a 1337 h4x0r that I started mucking with Arch. Its damn sad at 14, I was messing around with AwesomeWM, tiling stuff, using the command line etc., and at 16.5, I am just a Windows 7 normal. :/ My old Arch setup was also where I kept my entire K-On folder because I was sure no one in the family would be able to log in to my account from the command line and then start X11, thereby starting the GUI. And when I messed up compiling kernel 3.0, everything broke, so no K-On folder for me. >frown.gif
Past desktops:




Back when I put in effort...
No screens of my current 7 laptop. Its just a aftermarket visual style from Deviantart and a simple wallpaper.

I was like you. Experienceing everythin but once it broke, i just left it
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Thumbs up for another Arch user. 

dwm here.


  

I think everyone on the Arch forums looks to be a 1337 h4x0r with their 5 second boots, 10MB kernel, WMs stripped of any functionality, and that inbred elitism so rampant on the forums. You should have stuck to Gentoo, we're all nice there!
I used arch before(for like a n hour) and it was nice but i prefer others to be used as instals for consumers.

If i only browsed the web, those 5s boots would be sweet but i also game and use many programs
post #42894 of 157551
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I was like you. Experienceing everythin but once it broke, i just left it
I used arch before(for like a n hour) and it was nice but i prefer others to be used as instals for consumers.
If i only browsed the web, those 5s boots would be sweet but i also game and use many programs

Yeah, have to circumvent with VMs for all those crappy windows-only programs. Everything else is mostly covered. And since games aren't my forte (only thing I ever play is UT3 and Eve, both of which either work natively or perfectly on Wine), but at least Steam's out, and there's potential in the future.

 

What's amazing is how well everything just works out of the box now, especially driver support. I have had less problems installing Mint than installing W7 on a brand new custom box with UEFI, Ivy Bridge, all that pizazz. Can't say I've broken an install in years.

post #42895 of 157551
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I was like you. Experienceing everythin but once it broke, i just left it
I used arch before(for like a n hour) and it was nice but i prefer others to be used as instals for consumers.
If i only browsed the web, those 5s boots would be sweet but i also game and use many programs

Well, I did try to fix it when it was broken. Reinstalled like 4-5 times, each time trying a different WM/DE. I have tried Compiz-Standalone, Pekwm, Openbox, AwesomeWM, XFCE. Of these, I came back most to Openbox, because it struck a good balance between lightness and a large userbase (therefore more support). If pressed though, I would say I like Pekwm the most, but it was a little rough around the edges and there was not enough new themes. Compiz-standalone was just fun. And actually quite light. Worked smoothly on a 1.3 Ghz Pentium M (!!) with transparency, wobbly windows, cube, Expose and effects enabled. Tiling was just not my thing. Not a coder, and I can't see myself adapting to the workflow in a tiling setup. Pity. I like the aesthetic with good terminal colours.
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Yeah, have to circumvent with VMs for all those crappy windows-only programs. Everything else is mostly covered. And since games aren't my forte (only thing I ever play is UT3 and Eve, both of which either work natively or perfectly on Wine), but at least Steam's out, and there's potential in the future.

What's amazing is how well everything just works out of the box now, especially driver support. I have had less problems installing Mint than installing W7 on a brand new custom box with UEFI, Ivy Bridge, all that pizazz. Can't say I've broken an install in years.
Also, Faenza in your screenshot makes me feel old. I last touched Arch for real before Faenza came out and Elementary was an iconset, not an entire distro. I still remember breaking Arch once by compiling the kernel wrongly to boot faster. That said, there is something special is creating a setup dictated by yourself through Arch, and the documentation is frankly exemplary. I would reinstall it on my new laptop, but my parents won't allow it, and I am inexplicably scared of installing it, despite being able to salvage it for sure if anything goes wrong. And it would probably look great on a widescreen monitor, as compared to 1024x768. Thank goodness a fair bit of my configs are either on the Arch forums or the Crunchbang forums.
post #42896 of 157551
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Originally Posted by Dissonant View Post
Well, I did try to fix it when it was broken. Reinstalled like 4-5 times, each time trying a different WM/DE. I have tried Compiz-Standalone, Pekwm, Openbox, AwesomeWM, XFCE. Of these, I came back most to Openbox, because it struck a good balance between lightness and a large userbase (therefore more support). If pressed though, I would say I like Pekwm the most, but it was a little rough around the edges and there was not enough new themes. Compiz-standalone was just fun. And actually quite light. Worked smoothly on a 1.3 Ghz Pentium M (!!) with transparency, wobbly windows, cube, Expose and effects enabled. Tiling was just not my thing. Not a coder, and I can't see myself adapting to the workflow in a tiling setup. Pity. I like the aesthetic with good terminal colours.
Went from Openbox to dwm last year, never came back. It's just infinitely more polished (feature complete and stable at this point) and more...dynamic. Don't need to be a coder in order to enjoy a faster workflow! And there is usually never the need to reinstall if you're trying to fix something. That's one of Linux's strengths, modular and configurable from the ground up.

 


Also, Faenza in your screenshot makes me feel old. I last touched Arch for real before Faenza came out and Elementary was an iconset, not an entire distro. I still remember breaking Arch once by compiling the kernel wrongly to boot faster. That said, there is something special is creating a setup dictated by yourself through Arch, and the documentation is frankly exemplary. I would reinstall it on my new laptop, but my parents won't allow it, and I am inexplicably scared of installing it, despite being able to salvage it for sure if anything goes wrong. And it would probably look great on a widescreen monitor, as compared to 1024x768. Thank goodness a fair bit of my configs are either on the Arch forums or the Crunchbang forums.

You think you're old? I still remember using KDE3, hell no X at all even (back when we could browse with elinks without missing much). Those new-fangled DEs...ooohh. I would just not mess with the kernel (I shouldn't talk though tongue.gif) if you want no troubles. Just strip the initramfs, use systemd, e4rat if you're still a non-SSD user, bam, 5 second boot. 

post #42897 of 157551
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

You think you're old? I still remember using KDE3, hell no X at all even (back when we could browse with elinks without missing much). Those new-fangled DEs...ooohh. I would just not mess with the kernel (I shouldn't talk though tongue.gif ) if you want no troubles. Just strip the initramfs, use systemd, e4rat if you're still a non-SSD user, bam, 5 second boot. 
lol. I stand corrected :P. I do remember using elinks to frantically consult the Arch Wiki on my first install... and subsequent installs. it must be said though, on the first install, I had supervision from a senior student. Coincidentally, KDE was in fact my first DE, on my first install on my portable HDD. KDE4 circa 2009. Not sure what got me to choose it over GNOME other than the name, actually. Perhaps Plasma just isn't my thing. My favourite DE was XFCE anyway. Gnome was nice, but they dropped the ball on rushing out Gnome-shell imo. Unity isn't much better too. Gnome3 does look promising though. May try it over a WM-based system next time, since I don't really want to do so much maintenence and tinkering. That said, I miss Mplayer. It was the only player that could play 1080p on my old setup and my favourite - MPC-HC is good but a different beast altogether. Watching the Disappearance on 1024x768 is suffering. I do intend to do a rewatch though.

Regarding 5-second boots, I tried compiling the Zen kernel. No change though. Then I downloaded the fastboot scripts. Broke something (I forgot what), and are deprecated now, apparently. Eventually, I just stripped everything irrelevant to me out of rc.conf such as iwconfig (I used Wicd) etc. and got a satisfactory time of ~12 seconds. good enough for me, imo.
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oh now we postin previous desktops?

 

 

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post #42899 of 157551

Here's my Mii on the Wii U: Erikdayo

 

Feel free to add me if you've also got a Wii U. My Nintendo Network ID is the same. Erikdayo

 

I made it by referencing Mikudayo. That's why he looks so insane. :)

 

 

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post #42900 of 157551
lol funny to see you guys flipping out because of cluttered desktop. You ain't seen nothing yet.
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