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    Hi
    Thought I would post my Tumbleweed test system desktop, just the boring gnome shell...



    Hardware is an ASUS K53U laptop connected to a 1680x1050 viewsonic monitor. I has an AMD E-350 dual core @1.6GHz, AMD HD 6310 GPU, 8GB of RAM and a 320GB rotating drive. I need to look at trying out the fglrx driver but going ok with the radeon...

    It dual boots with windows 10 preview.
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    uptime 1h1m1s very geek coincidence!!
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    Here's my theme


    Blindspot - Wednesday theme



    A theme i did of my favorite tv show blindspot. Linux openSUSE GNOME Shell


    openSUSE Tumbleweed
    GNOME 3.22
    Conky by Dobbie03
    Theme - Arc Grey
    GNOME Shell - Cobalt_Chameleon
    Icons - OxygenRefit2-black
    Plank Theme - AYAS red by EtlesTeam
    Psensor

    GNOME Shell Extensions - ON
    activities
    caffeine
    CoverflowAltTab
    hide-dash
    mailnag
    native-window-placement
    volume-mixer
    system-monitor
    TaskBar
    TopIcons
    user-theme
    weather
    web_search
    windowoverlay-icons

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    Hey I really like your setup. I've recently switched over to Leap 42.1 Gnome from KDE (Way too many issues with KDE on any distro), would you be able to give me some insight on what you use, and how you got your setup like that? I'm no Linux expert, but can get stuff done if I have some general direct.

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Thought I would post my Tumbleweed test system desktop, just the boring gnome shell...



    Hardware is an ASUS K53U laptop connected to a 1680x1050 viewsonic monitor. I has an AMD E-350 dual core @1.6GHz, AMD HD 6310 GPU, 8GB of RAM and a 320GB rotating drive. I need to look at trying out the fglrx driver but going ok with the radeon...

    It dual boots with windows 10 preview.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbeelz View Post
    Hey I really like your setup. I've recently switched over to Leap 42.1 Gnome from KDE (Way too many issues with KDE on any distro), would you be able to give me some insight on what you use, and how you got your setup like that? I'm no Linux expert, but can get stuff done if I have some general direct.
    Hi
    That laptop is in the don't use pile any more... Here is my latest laptop with Tumbleweed;

    System: DELL Inspiron 5555 Touchscreen, Quad Core AMD and Mullins GPU 8 GB RAM, two 120GB SSDs, booting openSUSE 42.2, openSUSE Tumbleweed, SLED 12 SP2 Beta and WinX;



    I use the following GNOME Shell Extensions;
    openWeather, Lock Keys (set to hide) and Activities Overview with transparency set to 100 and icon used is in /usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/distributor.svg

    I use conky and a lua created background, I also use a script in /etc/cron.hourly to get some data, I also use cpupower mperf script controlled with a systemd timer/service to update every 20 seconds to get the cpu core frequency.

    Background is from vladstudio.com but the one I posted was from gnome-look.org.

    What would you like to achieve?
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    I use conky and a lua created background.
    Very nice !
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    Hi there,
    I am new here, warm welcome all from my side Just wanted to share with you my desktop, it's tumbleweed of course with gnome 3.22.2



    I am using GTK theme called VimixLight, Icons are from Flat Remix, and Shell theme is Flat-Plat-Light. Wallpaper from zelda game, conky based on Gotham Conky. I was using KDE in openSUSE 13.2 back days, however I've decided to try something new, and loved gnome3. All is powered on my laptop with is ThinkPad E540. The only bad feature is lack of dual band wireless card. I am really satisfied of how the tumbleweed is working

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    Quote Originally Posted by mydevilroot View Post
    Hi there,
    I am new here, warm welcome all from my side Just wanted to share with you my desktop, it's tumbleweed of course with gnome 3.22.2



    I am using GTK theme called VimixLight, Icons are from Flat Remix, and Shell theme is Flat-Plat-Light. Wallpaper from zelda game, conky based on Gotham Conky. I was using KDE in openSUSE 13.2 back days, however I've decided to try something new, and loved gnome3. All is powered on my laptop with is ThinkPad E540. The only bad feature is lack of dual band wireless card. I am really satisfied of how the tumbleweed is working
    Zelda walpaper owns is this from a particular Zelda game or just Zelda inspired in general ?
    Best regards,
    Greg

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    Quote Originally Posted by glistwan View Post
    Zelda walpaper owns is this from a particular Zelda game or just Zelda inspired in general ?
    Well, I believe this one is inspired in general, mostly like an artwork form. If you like the wall, feel free to grab it here: https://alpha.wallhaven.cc/wallpaper/297523

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    Newly installed Tumbleweed.
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