bones can you edit post and link only from [img] section as current one is very low resolution..
Jay Weird, it worked fine yesterday. Now I don't seem to have the ability to edit the post.
bones do share on new post if not editable 🙂
bones When using postimg please use the hotlink for forums to copy your link and paste it on your post.
Please edit away unnecessary crap and keep just what's inside img tags. Otherwise peolple looking at your post get all sorts of adds on their screens. Some of those adds are adult content sometimes pointing to spam sites.
I just realized that grub2 have support for booting NetBSD (and much else) so I carved out a partition on my amd64 tower box for it. Back to Window Maker with a custom wallpaper. I have an older big screen attached to this machine so thats why I'm running the perhaps unusual resolution of 1600x1200.
i like purple, and i guess i haven't posted dwm on x11 yet
yes i'm still running an rc2 kernel. don't @ me
nia I approve of your color scheme ☺
nia I love rebecca scheme; also, can't say how much precious can aiomixer prove considering previously, desktop environment aside, the only decent, uncluttered available solutions were deforaos-mixer or falling back to mixerctl-based scripts
el-topo it's base-16-rebecca
Experimented a bit with twm (after someone said that amiwm basically was twm). The colors are inspired by Amiga Workbench 2.0. I'll learn irssi theming next 🙂
Updated OpenWindows setup on my TravelMate 436LC; also updated to 9.0 🙂
VTWM on Raspberry Pi3
i made a tiny fetch 😆
presently 94 packages, mostly firefox + git
what wm are you using? 😄
Is that a tribute to Queens of the Stone Age?
JuvenalUrbino whats the ascii art script please?
18ad can I see your .shrc please? was wondering how to get directory path in the PS1.
FreeBSD, openbox, pypanel, ncmpcpp, Ghost in the Shell
JuvenalUrbino im using twm in that screenshot, although a few days i ago i switched to icewm.
Okay, thanks! Moved to NetBSD, but will probably return to OpenBSD, more familiar to me. I think I got it:
NetBSD with XFCE and lots of dracula theming.