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SlCKB0Y 01-16-2002 09:15 AM

Post your screenshots!
 
Come on guys, you know you want to show off dont you! Post links to images of your desktops, explaining what your are running and the distro etc...

REMEMBER POST LINKS TO THE IMAGES, NOT THE IMAGES THEMSELVES. IF YOU POST IMAGES ON THIS PAGE IT WILL TAKE FOREVER TO LOAD AND WILL PROBABLY GET CLOSED!!

Heres my two latest ones:

http://www.users.bigpond.net.au/acol...rt/desktop.jpg
This is SuSe 7.3 running KDE 2.2.x: applications running are licq, opera, gimp, xchat. Notice the link on the desktop to Counterstrike/half life.

http://www.users.bigpond.net.au/acol...t/desktop2.png
Same setup again, only this time im running Windows98 on my linux desktop like the b***** it is. thanks to Win4lin

trickykid 01-16-2002 09:53 AM

http://home.netcom.com/~jabent/screenshot.jpg

This screenshot is off of my second pc, in which I am still piecing together LFS on it as well. But its running Slackware 7.1 with XFce as the desktop. Nothing big as I don't use X right now too often on it.. Oh and the small Terminal window that is open is running LMME, a msn messenger engine, cause my friends just love using MSN over others, so I picked it cause I can chat from command line.

sickboy, noticed you were listening to massive attack in one of your screenshots.. good music taste there.
at least we agree with music taste besides bickering over redhat or suse... :D

AMDPwred 01-16-2002 12:17 PM

Hey SlCKB0Y, nice background! Where did you get that?

trickykid 01-16-2002 12:29 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by AMDPwred
Hey SlCKB0Y, nice background! Where did you get that?
i don't know for sure where sickboy got his background, but you can check out this site for some cool ones.. http://www.digitalblasphemy.com/dbhome.shtml

AMDPwred 01-16-2002 12:37 PM

Cool, I got one. So how can I take a screenshot in Linux? Will printscreen work here?

trickykid 01-16-2002 01:37 PM

i use the Gimp.. under the options you should find screenshot, it then gives you a choice to take a shot of a individual window or the whole screen, with a delay option as well..

voe 01-16-2002 02:38 PM

Desktop 1

www.asciiporn.org/~dfkdfl/screen1.jpg

Desktop 2
www.asciiporn.org/~dfkdfl/screen2.jpg

Desktop 3 Left Blank
www.asciiporn.org/~dfkdfl/screen3.jpg

AMDPwred 01-16-2002 03:04 PM

Nice shots! ;)

dorward 01-16-2002 03:54 PM

Mine:

http://david.us-lot.org/latest-screen.php

(It changes a lot :) )

dorward 01-16-2002 03:56 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by AMDPwred
Cool, I got one. So how can I take a screenshot in Linux? Will printscreen work here?
PrintScreen won't take a screenshot in Linux... take a look at this page:

http://www.troubleshooters.com/linux/scrshot.htm

Scotty2435 01-16-2002 04:22 PM

in gnome with red hat there is a program called screen shooter under applets and utilities.

taz.devil 01-16-2002 04:28 PM

And here are a few from me...

This is my current KDE desktop using the Neuromancer theme:
http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/dizzymd...age/neuro1.jpg

Another of the same with my konsole open, Ooooo LOL :p:
http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/dizzymd...age/neuro2.jpg

And here is Gnome with a few apps open:
http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/dizzymd...lain-gnome.jpg

And my old KDE using the Aqua-Graphite Window-Style:
http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/dizzymd.../plain-kde.jpg

I hope these links work, let me know, thanks...

Stephanie 01-16-2002 04:28 PM

Dorward:

I am not like a trekkie, but cool screenshot! I love that Enterprise best! It is lean, durable, and looks like it is going to pounce something.

E is ok.

AMDPwred 01-16-2002 05:08 PM

Does anyone have pics from a desktop using something other than Gnome or KDE?

trickykid 01-16-2002 05:17 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by AMDPwred
Does anyone have pics from a desktop using something other than Gnome or KDE?
if you check mine out.. i am using XFce... i stopped using kde and gnome a long time ago.. in a galaxy far far away... :)

second post after sickboy's..


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