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Old 01-06-2024, 08:18 PM   #826
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How things have changed over time
You run as root? :P
 
Old 01-07-2024, 04:38 AM   #827
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You run as root? :P
The browser 'root' is a crippled root. root in name only,
with capabilities dropped within a chroot, within a Xephyr

Real root (boot) is just Linux kernel (tracking 6.6 line at
present), busybox, framebuffer, ssh, framebuffer vnc viewer,
enough to wifi net connect and ssh or vnc. I have a local
(same laptop) squashed filesystem of a full gui desktop
(Fatdog, with chrome, libreoffice ...etc.) that I overlayfs
mount as though a headless system, and initiate vncserver
within that ... and then chroot/fb-vnc into that. When vnc
data flow is just via lo (local) its in effect the same as
connecting via Gb/sec lan speed, so vnc works really well.
No X or pulse ...etc. just framebuffer.

A nice feature of having a full gui desktop (chrome/libre/etc)
displaying via a framebuffer is that you can more easily
'bleed' onto the screen. For instance if in a terminal on
ctrl-alt-F3 with a full gui desktop on ctrl-alt-F2, then
a youtube video playing on ctrl-alt-f2 will bleed through to
the terminal screen - just size and position that video window
to fit in with the terminal screen. Or the other way around,
my clock and battery tray entries are framebuffer based, that
bleed through to the gui's tray. As is my battery low warning
a full screen overlay of a battery that I overlay into the
framebuffer, so even when in chrome a large 'transparent'
battery image flashes onto the screen every 10 seconds as a
warning that the battery is getting low.

And with vnc you can connect to pretty much anything as
alternative desktops, on my phone I have termux/X/ssh/vncserver
and otter browser that I can ssh/vnc into, or remote kvm/qemu
vm's that are set to serve their display via vnc. So I can
have linux, android, windows, mac gui desktops all available
concurrently, yet the boot system is only a 16MB single
vmlinuz file, with all modules/firmware and initramfs built in
(boots in a second, from a usb that once booted is removed).

Top right of image battery and clock are framebuffer, as is the
battery image that is just a simple raw image created using
dd if=/dev/fb0 of=batt.raw ... when just a battery image was
visible on the framebuffer, that is then xor'd onto the framebuffer
at intervals whenever the battery level is low.
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Old 01-07-2024, 11:58 AM   #828
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You run as root? :P
My thought when I saw it too.

Maybe it's a 1337 kinda thing, like "I use Arch, btw"... "I'm superuser, btw."
 
Old 01-09-2024, 06:07 PM   #829
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My thought when I saw it too.

Maybe it's a 1337 kinda thing, like "I use Arch, btw"... "I'm superuser, btw."
What would you call root, that
chroot /
with chroot and sys_admin capabilities dropped ...
can't chroot out of the chroot
can't even mount /dev/sda2 /mnt/sda2
Even X is running under a restricted root, less capabilities that what even some userid's have.
Additionally overlayfs that where all changes are stored in ram, and any changes
made are lost at shutdown/reboot. Can in the interim however run a browser, and
'real' root can access that layered filesystem to copy in/out files/folders manually.

Last edited by rufwoof; 01-09-2024 at 06:09 PM.
 
Old 01-15-2024, 10:01 AM   #830
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i upgraded my Arch desktop :

dirty: https://i.imgur.com/hv3gyph.png
clean: https://i.imgur.com/3TGmfBS.png

conky is from here : https://github.com/SZinedine/auzia-conky

Last edited by //////; 01-15-2024 at 10:12 AM.
 
Old 01-15-2024, 10:04 AM   #831
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My PCLinuxOS openbox install.
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Old 01-19-2024, 03:52 PM   #832
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installed Pop!_OS https://pop.system76.com
games work nicely on it but its little unstable.

dirty : https://i.imgur.com/2d3uVCg.jpg
clean : https://i.imgur.com/ML4Ud0g.jpg

green theme this time.
 
Old 01-19-2024, 04:20 PM   #833
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*Right click -> open in new tab for full-sized image
 
Old 01-19-2024, 04:26 PM   #834
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looks nice, i almost installed Slack but wanted to use OS meant for gamers, at least one dude on a blog said that Pop!_OS is for gaming.
 
Old 01-19-2024, 04:30 PM   #835
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No gaming on any Linux for me. I do my gaming on a crippled (no network access) Windows installation, normally. However, since my previous system went nuclear and melted down just before Christmas, I had to revive this older system that I had built back in 2013. It's a work horse, but does not have the MS Windows installed on it... and I probably won't bother. I haven't been doing any gaming for a while now.
 
Old 01-21-2024, 02:04 PM   #836
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new Garuda Linux installation :

clean : https://i.imgur.com/gwc8N3M.png
dirty : https://i.imgur.com/UtdfHp7.png

still work to do.
mostly game downloading
 
Old 01-25-2024, 07:36 AM   #837
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PCLinuxOS IceWM in Gothic Style





Bye
Francesco bat
 
Old 01-25-2024, 11:06 AM   #838
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PCLinuxOS IceWM in Gothic Style





Bye
Francesco bat
That looks great. Reminds me of a scene from the old video game Myst.
Also, the analog clock is terrific -- can you specify what that is?
Cheers
 
Old 01-25-2024, 02:10 PM   #839
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That looks great. Reminds me of a scene from the old video game Myst.
Also, the analog clock is terrific -- can you specify what that is?
Cheers
I donít remember where I downloaded the wallpaper, maybe from this link: https://www.wallpaperup.com/118900/f...room_dark.html ,
but I donít know if it belongs to any game.
Instead the theme of icewm and qt5 I made them a short time ago and you can find them at these links:

https://www.pling.com/p/1996637

https://www.pling.com/p/1996636

Analog clock is a theme from Cairo clock and it is "Invisible" theme
Bye
Francesco bat
 
Old 01-25-2024, 02:35 PM   #840
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I donít remember where I downloaded the wallpaper, maybe from this link: https://www.wallpaperup.com/118900/f...room_dark.html ,
but I donít know if it belongs to any game.
Instead the theme of icewm and qt5 I made them a short time ago and you can find them at these links:

https://www.pling.com/p/1996637

https://www.pling.com/p/1996636

Analog clock is a theme from Cairo clock and it is "Invisible" theme
Bye
Francesco bat
Thanks for that
 
  


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