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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: July 2017 Screenshot Thread
« on: July 26, 2017, 11:07:17 PM »
Simple pleasures

VSIDO - FluxBox - GMB - David Gilmour - Wish You Were Here (Live @ Gdansk)


Consider it done.. next ISO's


Artwork & Screenshots / Re: July 2017 Screenshot Thread
« on: July 24, 2017, 06:13:02 PM »
nVidia is holding up well on my system; older card but not quite legacy.

How long have you been using 4.12 and have you heard anything about release to SID date? It has been 22 days since it was deemed stable by Linus and the gang

General Support / Re: SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 24, 2017, 06:08:52 PM »
It is definitely unique whatever you have snap.. I have SpaceFM open nearly all day long and cannot get it to crash

What version of debian/VSIDO/Whatever are you using?  I am curious if you can replicate this on a live boot of either VSIDO or Lite-VSIDO

Artwork & Screenshots / Re: July 2017 Screenshot Thread
« on: July 23, 2017, 10:55:38 PM »
^ Very nice.. How is nVidia holding up on the new kernel?

General Support / Re: SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 21, 2017, 11:31:01 PM »
Thanks filip for that info.. have you tried SpaceFM-NG?

IgnorantGuru is one of the best individuals I have had the pleasure knowing in this small FOSS community we all share

Media Room / Re: Just listened to
« on: July 21, 2017, 10:28:09 PM »
^ Sucks.. I am amazed at this and I personally do not think these are suicides and that there is something else in play

Not someone causing harm to them (Chris Cornell also) but that these ex major drug users have found something in auto erotica or a strange game that makes them think they are high? I don't know, just very very weird

Perl is going through a major upgrade in SID.. DO NOT LET IT HAPPEN

(Unless you like mucked systems)

I'll post again this solved when I see it is over

All is clear now, perl and all VSIDO apps are up to date and no longer in danger...

General Support / Re: SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 21, 2017, 10:19:16 PM »

Terminal showing anything whilst this is happening?

Democracy failed.. I already made the changes..

 ???  ::)

New Fluxbox menu section for VSIDO (proposed)


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    [submenu] (Fluxbox) {Settings} </usr/share/icons/LinuxLex-8/apps/fluxbox.png>
        [config] (Fluxbox Menu) </usr/share/icons/LinuxLex-8/apps/fluxbox.png>
        [workspaces] (Workspaces) </usr/share/icons/LinuxLex-8/apps/fluxbox.png>
        [submenu] (Fluxbox Styles) </usr/share/icons/LinuxLex-8/apps/fluxbox.png>
            [stylesdir] (/usr/share/fluxbox/styles)
            [stylesdir] (~/.fluxbox/styles)
        [exec] (Fluxbox Menu Editor) {cd ~/fluxmenu && python} </usr/share/icons/LinuxLex-8/apps/fluxbox.png>
        [reconfig] (Reload Fluxbox Config) </usr/share/icons/LinuxLex-8/apps/fluxbox.png>
        [restart] (Restart Fluxbox) </usr/share/icons/LinuxLex-8/apps/fluxbox.png>
        [exec] (About Fluxbox) {(fluxbox -v; fluxbox -info | sed 1d) | xmessage -file - -center} </usr/share/icons/LinuxLex-8/apps/fluxbox.png>
        [exit] (Exit Desktop) </usr/share/icons/LinuxLex-8/apps/fluxbox.png>

I like it.. what do you think RatMan and anyone else?

Excellent.. Thank you RatMan.. I appreciate this (and that my memory served me well on this matter at least)

I like the FluxBox Exit entry and will add it to the next round of ISO's

I have never created nor have seen a vsido-exit.desktop so I would imagine a) it is from someone else who created and used it or b) my memory continues to suck

If you find it, send it along and I will take a look at it and add it

Thanks as always for the testing, feedback and of course for using VSIDO

Artwork & Screenshots / Re: July 2017 Screenshot Thread
« on: July 18, 2017, 02:13:03 AM »
Between doing the usual Monday routine, it took me about 10 hours total to fix and upgrade Windows 10 today (there's a certain irony to that). So I took a screenshot to honor the event:

10 hours .. WHAT? 

Why would anything OS related ever take 10 hours?  Can you imagine a Debian install anywhere taking ten hours how much backlash there would be?

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