What OS or Linux distro is everyone using around here?
#21
(08-09-2017, 03:05 PM)Kontu Wrote: Looks nice could you post that wallpaper?
I was thinking of switching over to something like i3 or Awesome to enhance the minimalistic feel.
Here is my Desktop (Don't be too harsh on KDE.)
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[Image: v6u3x7P.png]

Also confused on to why you blacked out the CPU and GPU?

Not bad! Also the reason why I black out CPU/GPU is that I give out information on a need-to-know basis. I don't want to give any loser vigilante doxers any help. Many small pieces can paint a big picture.

Here's my (old) wallpaper: https://f.lewd.se/Zpqol8.jpg

I switched to a new one: https://f.lewd.se/vhYS0E.jpg
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#22
I use Arch With Kde DE. Runs smooth and also very customizable.
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#23
Hello new member, and kinda late to the party :p Anyway i am running Arch with XFCE as DE.
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#24
(08-31-2017, 10:01 AM)Derpington Wrote: I use Arch With Kde DE. Runs smooth and also very customizable.
Ah , Same here.
Do you find that sometimes the "Desktop effects have restarted" every once in awhile?
I've been getting this shit whilst playing games and it basically just freezes everything that was on my dock and doesn't update things like the time or the programs I've got open.

(08-18-2017, 01:57 AM)Insider Wrote:
(08-09-2017, 03:05 PM)Kontu Wrote: Looks nice could you post that wallpaper?
I was thinking of switching over to something like i3 or Awesome to enhance the minimalistic feel.
Here is my Desktop (Don't be too harsh on KDE.)
Spoiler(Show)
[Image: v6u3x7P.png]

Also confused on to why you blacked out the CPU and GPU?

Not bad! Also the reason why I black out CPU/GPU is that I give out information on a need-to-know basis. I don't want to give any loser vigilante doxers any help. Many small pieces can paint a big picture.

Here's my (old) wallpaper: https://f.lewd.se/Zpqol8.jpg

I switched to a new one: https://f.lewd.se/vhYS0E.jpg
Cheers for the wallpapers!
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#25
Xubuntu, I like xfce because it looks nice and the tools are nice.
Ubuntu for the packaging.

Too bad I use cheap hardware with poor linux driver support, hence running from VM instead of native.
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#26
The only reasonable secure OS, Qubes-OS.
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#27
Currently for me right now i have fedora 23 on a laptop i use and on my main system windows 10 dont know if ill dual boot it yet
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#28
I am currently running macOS. Couldn't find a Linux distro that lets me unlock it with my Apple Watch :/
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#29
(12-07-2017, 07:34 PM)lunorian Wrote: I am currently running macOS. Couldn't find a Linux distro that lets me unlock it with my Apple Watch :/

Maybe try running Darwin BSD?
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#30
Qubes OS for life. Debian for VMs on Qubes and servers.
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