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Welcome to the Linux - Screenshots forum.
Based on the feedback in this thread, we've created a Linux Screenshots forum to replace the mega threads where screenshots were previously posted. As the forum description mentions, please remember that many members browse LQ from work, so NSFW screenshots are not appropriate.
EDIT @ JohnVV - so, what DE is that? Cool background
Gnome with a dark theme
I like gnome more than KDE thought suse11.3 is kde centric
The background is the Cassini spacecraft with Saturn and Titan
the position of the three are accurate .I use the planetary naif data and the spacecraft naif data for there locations
give or take 100 Meters
there are more on my picassa page https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/myphotos
Pardon me if this seems like an unnecessary question, but…should this thread be stickied? Most (actually all, I think) of the other forums have a stickied "Welcome to forum <x>" thread, or something similar…