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Old 25th May 2008
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^ nice. What wm and theme is that?
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Old 25th May 2008
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It's Openbox with modified Cthulhain theme from Blackbox.
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I often re-arrange my setup every few months but that is essentially the current look of things (y). It is running KDE 3.5.8


I created that after having used Window Maker for a number of months, I'm really thinking of collecting window managers again... But rarely have time for playing with software anymore :\


(I used to collect shells, window managers, terminal emulators, text editors, web browsers, and on occasion media players !(^_^)! )
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Here is mine FreeBSD with Fluxbox
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Awesome setup semprix !
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Here's mine, FreeBSD7 with XFCE4. That's the desktop I've come to like the best over the years.
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How do embed an image?
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Rick, what is your system configuration that you run VMWare on?
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Rick, what is your system configuration that you run VMWare on?
CPU: Amd Athlon 64 X2 6000
MB: Asus M2N-SLI Deluxe (with AMD-V)
RAM: 2 gig
OS: OpenSUSE 10.3
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Are you using virtualization? My P-D 820 does not have support for it.
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Are you using virtualization? My P-D 820 does not have support for it.
I'm assuming yes, as I think vmware needs it for 64 bit guest OS'es As far as I know it doesn't give any speed improvement or so, it's just handy to have for vmware or Xen.
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Thank You anemos and TerryP
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FreeBSD 7.0 and XFCE 4.4 on a IBM T41 laptop in a mini-docking station, displaying on a Samsung SyncMaster 213T:
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My new orange theme: link.
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