qik you are absolutely entitled to it 😃
Although, I won't be touching a DE ever again.
Back on spectrwm, latest git-build...
pin I like this collections of wallpapers. Who's the artist?
I didn't dare to post yet another screenshot... 😨
So, I've updated the one above...
Check also her deviantart gallery, https://www.deviantart.com/o0amphigory0o
new rice (well, new wallpaper at least)
Little bit of fun: Mac OS X Tiger + NetBSD/macppc dual boot. Running mlvwm, just for the aesthetic.
Follow these instructions: https://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-macppc/2017/07/07/msg002425.html
And maybe this might be useful... http://sevan.mit.edu/
remember when Apple were weird? Also, OS X is BSD, right? 🤔
@18ad, @aaro, @el-topo, @JuvenalUrbino All you guys who use twm: shine on, you crazy diamonds.
I'm new to NetBSD and still trying to get used to everything but i quite enjoy the system. I'm still getting my window manager and what not setup but I'm happy with the progress so far. Also it's fun giving cwm a go after using tilers for the past several years.
Karn #blanchedalmond tewi font ? 🤔 Feels like home 😉
pfr No, actually lol. Gruvbox color scheme and terminus font.
Karn 😅 Looks strikingly similar! Never used gruvbox. Do you pronounce it groovebox or does gruv rhyme with buzz?
That wall looks interesting too!
pfr I always pronounced it groove box but I'm not completely sure to be honest. When I get off work I can see if I can find a link to the wallpaper for you.
pin Thank you for making me aware of FrankenWM, I'm maining it on the Pinebook, it's very nice.
nia Pleased to know somebody else is using it and enjoying it, really nice WM.
If you feel like it, feel free to fetch frankenwm-git from my github and build it inside wip 🙂
Something simple. (Pinebook Pro setup WIP)
oui Nice minimalism, but damn my eyes! 😵 Hopefully your backlight is dimmable
pfr Matte display with 60% brightness 😁
oui 60% brightness
So are you using redshift or xbacklight ?
pfr I use sysctl to adjust the brightness. On the Pinebook Pro I use the command "sysctl -w hw.pwmbacklight0.level=160" to set the display to 60% brightness.