1. chaoskagami

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    Real men use heredocs, because they know that it doesn't spawn more filthy PIDs. :^)

    Kidding aside...for the game source on @Crystal the Glaceon's wall, search "Shining Hearts" or "Shining Blades". SFW. For the artist, search "Tanaka Takayuki". Completely NSFW.
     
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  2. hii915

    hii915 GBAtemp Fan
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    im somewhat new to linux so im not aware of the alternatives but thanks for the tip
     
  3. Luckkill4u

    Luckkill4u 4 guys in a car ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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    I have to lower the quality because ultrawide
     
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  4. VinsCool

    VinsCool Persona Secretiva Felineus
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    Cute background for my undying Thinkpad running Linux Mint.

    I still can't believe how well this old laptop works.

    Capture du 2016-09-04 20:52:48.png
     
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    matpower The Mad Scientist
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    Weekend experiment.[​IMG]
    Well, the installation was easier than I thought. I managed to find a copy of the beginner's guide before it was deleted, which worked fine. Setting up Xorg was easy too, and the AUR is amazingly nice. I couldn't get audio working, but it was just a VM test. I haven't decided if get Debian(which I'm used to) or risk with Arch on real hardware. Either way, I'm pretty tired to mess with those things today, so I'll leave that to this holiday on Wednesday.
     
  6. iluvfupaburgers

    iluvfupaburgers FUPA Luva
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    I changed the wallpaper on my system, and YAY! figured out how to add my cursor on the screenshot. I wanted to show you guys how all my desktop looks, including cursor
     
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  7. Lilith Valentine

    Lilith Valentine GBATemp's Official Cubi™ Genderfluid Gang!
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    Finally got openSUSE running perfectly on my laptop. Turns out the SWAP was actually causing my issues. Removed SWAP and problem solved!
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  8. astronautlevel

    astronautlevel GBAtemp Psycho!
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    Why would you ever want to use SUSE?

    More importantly, that's strange that swap would be causing errors. Are there any logs of the errors?
     
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    Lilith Valentine GBATemp's Official Cubi™ Genderfluid Gang!
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    IDK, I've always enjoyed SUSE. I've been using Linux for well over 11 years and only a few distros ever stuck with me and only a few distros actually want to work on my current laptop.
    I am not sure, but for some reason no matter what distro I used or what I did, it kept wanting to use SWAP over my normal RAM. I never kept the logs though because I just never keep logs. I just test until something works and for some reason, removing the SWAP worked. I'm not really complaining because I really don't need SWAP.

    EDIT: Actually I do have my reasons. Because it's made up of all the pieces of every distro I enjoy. Much like Manajro and Mageia, everything is customizable straight to the kernel, all in one tool. Just like Ubuntu/Linux Mint, installing 3RD party repos is extremely easy and again done from the same tool that can work the entire system. I find openSUSE extremely stable, but also give the options to make it cutting-edge without hassle. I also find like Manjaro, Mageia, and Sabayon, installing more than one DE doesn't cause conflict and install them perfectly, unlike trying to install XFCE on Linux Mint.
    It just runs the way I want it and right of the box. There's not much extra to download to get something working, most of the tools are just right there and all the features I want are all in one place.
     
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  10. xy2_

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    Not much of a difference from last time, except for the background :P

    Once I have the time, I plan on installing Arch with XFCE, maybe. I quite like Gnome.
     
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  12. banjo2

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    Can I have this one?
     
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  13. VinsCool

    VinsCool Persona Secretiva Felineus
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    God i missed XMPlay so much. I'm glad it works under WINE

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  14. astronautlevel

    astronautlevel GBAtemp Psycho!
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    I'd post my bspwm setup, but I somehow messed up and changed my font to a monospaced font, and I'm going to fix that first :P
     
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    A lot has changed since my last post, I switched from XFCE to bspwm. Here's my new setup:
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    Well, I also saw your post on /r/unixporn and I got a question now. :P
    What are the advantages of a tilting WM setup for you? What are the main differences? Is it really worth the trouble? :P
     
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    astronautlevel GBAtemp Psycho!
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    Nice, what are you using for compositing, just xfwm?
     
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