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Re: dwm

Unread post by lrcaballero » Mon Aug 04, 2014 4:41 pm

dkeg wrote:well you know if you're rockin a brown color scheme I'll give you a thumbs up.
^ Thanks dkeg, I am really enjoying dwm is damn AWESOME!

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Re: dwm

Unread post by lrcaballero » Mon Aug 04, 2014 5:03 pm

Sorry grillers, last post of the day, but wanted to share this with the Holly Grill. We got featured at Digital Vanity (LinuxBBQ "Chill" dwm)...

http://digitalvanity.me/

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Re: dwm

Unread post by machinebacon » Mon Aug 04, 2014 6:09 pm

Chill :D

Thanks for this share! I wonder how they got the scrot ;)
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Re: dwm

Unread post by ivanovnegro » Tue Aug 05, 2014 4:00 pm

^ Or you have to submit it.

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Re: dwm

Unread post by twoion » Sat Aug 23, 2014 5:13 pm

Guess I'll also introduce my primary desktop :)

I am using a custom dwm (based on 6.20) to which I added a mpd client with notification support, some self-written functionality for defining the window opacity using rules in config.h or key bindings alongside with a bunch of patches I found elsewhere (pango fonts, bstack layout, per-tag layout come to mind). It's here @ https:/github.com/2ion/dwm if you're interested. I never have the status bar visible, so I left it out of the picture...

Frequently used terminal applications: tmux, vim and ncmpcpp in rxvt-unicode-256color:
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The bitmap font is tamsyn at "reading" and "coding" size. The Xft font I use for the Japanese text is Kochi Gothic, it renders very well at smaller sizes when compared to other fonts. I tried using bitmap fonts for this as well but ultimately, I like the smooth kanji better.

I use few graphical applications, here's Firefox with the Greybird GTK theme:
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I've been using the Infinality patches for libfreetype for over a year now and have to say that I am always very pleasently surprised when I look at my quite sexy fonts. In the browser, I use the Noto fonts for Latin scripts and Hiragino Kaku Gothic Pro for CJK type. As far as monospaced outline fonts are concorned, Ubuntu Mono is one of the very best, I think.
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Re: dwm

Unread post by lrcaballero » Sun Aug 24, 2014 4:17 am

LinuxBBQ got featured again at Digital Vanity:

http://digitalvanity.me/

Just changed the wallie and the color theme for mocp....

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Re: dwm

Unread post by rhowaldt » Sun Aug 24, 2014 10:01 am

^ nice Little Miss Sunshine wallpaper :)
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Re: dwm

Unread post by lrcaballero » Mon Aug 25, 2014 8:38 pm

^ Thanks rhowaldt...you may grab it from here:

http://wallbase.cc/wallpaper/646809

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Re: dwm

Unread post by DebianJoe » Sun Sep 21, 2014 6:33 pm

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Truth: This one is my newest testbeds for webgl programming, due to having a mix of multiple very heavy browsers (Firefox, Chromimum, Chrome, etc) for testing, I normally run around 500-700 MB of RAM at any given time. It's a bloathouse, but serves its purpose very well. Simply put, I have too much trouble dealing with updates to libs in Sid to actually make progress with what is essentially experimental programming to start with. Not all systems need to be minimal, and this is one of mine that isn't.
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Re: dwm

Unread post by dkeg » Sun Sep 21, 2014 6:50 pm

Nice, and very true.

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Re: dwm

Unread post by rust collector » Sun Sep 21, 2014 7:18 pm

Nice and functional... great!

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Re: dwm

Unread post by lrcaballero » Mon Oct 06, 2014 10:19 pm

DebianJoe wrote:
2014-09-21-112732_1366x768_scrot.png
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It's a bloathouse, but serves its purpose very well. Simply put, I have too much trouble dealing with updates to libs in Sid to actually make progress with what is essentially experimental programming to start with. Not all systems need to be minimal, and this is one of mine that isn't.
I totally agree with you DebianJoe!

Ubuntu regardless...of what people say, it does its homework! It has always serve me right.

Is this a full Ubuntu Trusty Tahr install or minimal?

@ Hello to ALL Holly grillers!

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Re: dwm

Unread post by DebianJoe » Mon Oct 06, 2014 10:59 pm

It's a server x86_64 install without any server tools.
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Re: dwm

Unread post by zharper » Mon Nov 17, 2014 8:11 pm

Here's my dwm (more info)

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Re: dwm

Unread post by Dr_Chroot » Mon Nov 17, 2014 9:20 pm

Wow, zharper. Very impressive.

You have a very nice setup going on there :D
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Re: dwm

Unread post by pidsley » Mon Nov 17, 2014 9:56 pm

Dr_Chroot wrote:Wow, zharper. Very impressive. I am only sorry to see that you aren't using Emacs :P (jk)
Yeah, don't go there. Not everyone uses emacs. Even here there are a few heretics who use vim, and some crazy assholes who use both vim and emacs. And some people even use nano.

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Re: dwm

Unread post by Dr_Chroot » Mon Nov 17, 2014 11:07 pm

^ Sorry, pidsley :/ I didn't mean to come off as derogatory, only trying to think of something to say besides that I thought it was a fantastic scrot. I don't personally condone distro/editor/init bashing.
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Re: dwm

Unread post by dkeg » Mon Nov 17, 2014 11:32 pm

Nice zharper. We have a few config threads. Always good to see how others do it.

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Re: dwm

Unread post by zharper » Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:08 am

Thanks for the compliments :)
@ Dr_Chroot no offense taken on emacs comment, from what I hear it's a great editor! All the time I've invested in vim (still only scratched the surface) there is no way I'll ever be an emacs user, just not enough time in my life ;)

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Re: dwm

Unread post by Dr_Chroot » Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:14 am

^ Thanks! I know exactly how you feel; when I started getting into Linux I shelled out $40 for the GNU Emacs Manual by Stallman, which essentially dedicated me to the editor whether I liked it or not :D The learning curve was high, and one you learn one set of keybinds, it is hard to use another editor as fluidly. Vim is a fantastic editor, and and has the major benefit on being included on many isos, while Emacs is really only bundled with a few releases here at the BBQ.
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