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Brett Ezure Brisbane, Australia
Metal Ying-Yang (2 variations)

Wallpaper Other by LiquidSky64 18 comments

I love this wallpaper, perfect resolution for my 24inch iMac too. Thank you so much for creating something that captures the essence of what I've been chasing, with the simplicity to not throw it into the cliche pile!!!!

Keep it up!! - Dec 01 2011
Conky Meet Faenza

Conky by pingsuters 60 comments

Okay, it's really weird. It worked once when I ran it with an "&" after the terminal command, then on retest it won't. It tends to be a bit sporadic, exiting with a statement "[1]+ Alarm Clock" or just "Alarm Clock".

It seems when the [1]+ is there I mustn't include the "&" and when it's not I have to use "&".

WTF? I tried installing the alarm-clock package (clutching at straws here) to no avail also. I can't see any references in the conkyrc, or luas.
- Jan 23 2011
Conky Meet Faenza

Conky by pingsuters 60 comments

Hi,

I've made a couple mods to the script, nothing outside of the readme though. I had it working normally except for the downspeed graph which I'd forgotten to change to eth1 instead of wlan0. Anyway, I made the change (and nothing else) and now on every attempt to run conky with this script, it exits with the message "Alarm clock"

I've tried undoing the changes I made but it still gives me the same output, and no conky.

Any ideas? - Jan 23 2011
Web0

Full Icon Themes by Naf71 23 comments

Great theme!

Curious if you still have the conky configs, and which dock/docktheme you're using? AWN? Forgive me, it just looks brilliant and I want, I want, I want. - Jan 19 2011
Aluminum-Alloy

GTK2 Themes by KuduK 22 comments

One (with 4 variations) serious theme.

I've been looking for a reason to switch back from emerald . . .

Thank you very much for sharing your work. It's inspiring. - Dec 29 2010
Docky with stacks *.deb package

Docky Themes by algalord 11 comments

Upon testing - installation as of 8:30pm Tues 14th December 2010 Australian Eastern Standard Time- applications launch normally from the /usr/share/applications folder stack. The same behaviour one would expect from the OSX dock.

Nice, but a little cluttered given that it contains all the entries from the System/Preferences and System/Administration as well.

If you create "Apps" and "Utilities" folders in ~/ you can create links to your preferred software and then drop the folders onto the dock. Tested and works also.

Ubuntu Maverick AMD64- - Dec 14 2010
Docky with stacks *.deb package

Docky Themes by algalord 11 comments

Hi, Thanks again. The missing libraries were indeed in the repository. Made the adjustments in the control file and it seems to be up and running-squeaky clean.

And yes, Maverick AMD64, running superbly on my iMac I might add. Hence the reason I was piqued by this great piece of software.

Thanks again! - Dec 14 2010
Docky with stacks *.deb package

Docky Themes by algalord 11 comments

Thanks for your help mate, but I can't find the packages "libdbus-glib1.0-cil libdbus1.0-cil dockmanager"

I've enabled all the repositories on my Ubuntu machine but no go.

The closest I can find in synaptic are libndesk-dbus-glib1.0-cil & it's dev, and libdbus-glib-1-2 but they're already installed.

Sorry to be dense, but what is it that I've overlooked?

BTW, all the other packages in your post are up to date on my system. - Dec 11 2010
Docky with stacks *.deb package

Docky Themes by algalord 11 comments

No cigar on the 64bit conversion method.

ran an apt-get build-dep docky before hand too but received an error

** (/usr/lib/docky/Docky.exe:9931): WARNING **: The following assembly referenced from /usr/lib/docky/Docky.exe could not be loaded:
Assembly: dbus-sharp-glib (assemblyref_index=13)
Version: 1.0.0.0
Public Key: 5675b0c3093115b5
The assembly was not found in the Global Assembly Cache, a path listed in the MONO_PATH environment variable, or in the location of the executing assembly (/usr/lib/docky/).


There was a little more after this too but to save space in here . . .

Anyway, if anyone gets it firing on 64bit platforms please let me know. I'm headed over to launchpad for a read. - Dec 10 2010
Azenis

Cursors by KuduK 27 comments

Hi, this is a bit old but if anyone is still having trouble with mouse cursor themes, here is the problem and how to fix it.

Compiz sets it's own mouse pointer theme which conflicts with the Appearance settings. To rectify, open ccsm (CompizConfig Settings Manager) and open up the General Options.

Change the cursor theme name to the desired theme & set size. If you don't have ccsm you might need to install it from the repositories.

I just figured this out yesterday, so I hope it helps someone. - Dec 05 2010
Ubuntu Plasticmen (Dark)

Wallpapers Ubuntu by adrikrun 2 comments

Hi mate, nice wallpaper. I've voted you up but I'd be almost certain that you've been voted down by the anti-ubuntu population of gnome-look because they believe that ubuntu users should only post art with any ubuntu branding on ubuntu-look.

While I don't 'entirely' disagree, it's a shame really, that bullying exists in the linux community.

Good luck to you. - Nov 15 2010
cyanhex

Wallpaper Other by CL88 7 comments

Very nice image.

Far more relevant to GNOME-LOOK than my photo wallpapers which no one has criticised as irrelevant to gnome.

What does that say? - Nov 06 2010
Butterfly in brown and orange.

Wallpaper Other by ratabago 2 comments

Hi mate, That's a fair shot.

What sort of gear do you use and are you near Brisbane?

What sort of butterfly is it? It looks a bit like a moth. - Nov 01 2010
Steel Conky

Conky by mucas 10 comments

Ok, try this line

${goto 110}HDD: ${execi 10 hddtemp /dev/sda |cut -c25-26} ºC

in place of

${goto 110}HDD: ${hddtemp}ºC

and make sure you put the space in between the last curly brace and the degree Celcius symbols. Copy and paste would be easiest.

Let me know if this works.
- Oct 15 2010
Steel Conky

Conky by mucas 10 comments

Here is a line that might help, though it would need to be manipulated to suit the conkyrc2 file, and I have no idea how to do that.

HDD: ${execi 10 hddtemp /dev/sda |cut -c36-40}

I found it on http://conkyhardcore.com/beginners/programs/using-hddtemp/

And there is supposed to be another way written up on http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=282353

Good luck mate, sorry I'm not much help.
My ACPI didn't work either, which is probably just something else I haven't installed, so I just replaced it with my nvidia temp. - Oct 15 2010
Steel Conky

Conky by mucas 10 comments

or rpm or yum? not familiar with fedora. Sorry - Oct 15 2010
Steel Conky

Conky by mucas 10 comments

Have you installed the hddtemp daemon?

sudo apt-get install hddtemp

- Oct 15 2010
Steel Conky

Conky by mucas 10 comments

I've been looking for something as clean and crisp as this for a while. It's very refreshing to finally have it. Nice work! - Oct 15 2010
7 .0
Oct 15 2010
7 .2
9   Dec 01 2011
Web0

Full Icon Themes
by Naf71

8 .0
9   Jan 20 2011
Ubuntu Plasticmen (Dark)

Wallpapers Ubuntu
by adrikrun

5 .0
9   Nov 15 2010
cyanhex

Wallpaper Other
by CL88

7 .4
9   Nov 06 2010
5 .9
9   Nov 02 2010
7 .0
9   Oct 15 2010