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Poll Results: Which Linux Desktop do you use?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 12% of voters (103)
    Gnome 2 / Mate
  • 10% of voters (85)
    Gnome-Shell
  • 13% of voters (117)
    Unity
  • 18% of voters (158)
    Cinnamon
  • 17% of voters (148)
    KDE
  • 15% of voters (134)
    XFCE
  • 4% of voters (39)
    LXDE
  • 1% of voters (15)
    Enlightenment / E17
  • 6% of voters (55)
    OpenBox / FluxBox
  • 3% of voters (30)
    Awesome / DWM
  • 9% of voters (81)
    Other
845 Total Votes  
post #4091 of 7733
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Not much has changed. Playing around with a couple of new bash scripts (pipes on the bottom right of the tmux and sour - A tool that takes screenshots just like scrot - except it automatically uploads it to imgur and can provide bbcode automagically!) From there I'm also "troubleshooting" my craftbukkit server; which I think I am just going to disable the warning. At no point is the server laggy at all. Theres no delay for redstone operations; chunks load smoothly, player interactions are smooth; I can't seem to find anything actually wrong with the gameplay - I think it might be a hardware incompatibility issue - before I was running the server on my main rig, but I moved it to an ASUS C60M-I board with a dual core 1.0ghz processor (slow, I know) and 16gb of ram (it runs other stuff too, and it hosts my 12tb array)
I may try and tweak it so that its not able to use 100% cpu, as I've heard that can "fix" this sort of issue.
I honestly think most of craftbukkit's CPU time is spent churning out warnings at this point.

EDIT: The craftbukkit process is churning at 100% CPU usage, with no rhyme or reason. This isn't normal, even for a server with a slow processor, unless someone is screwing with redstone pulse generators or TNT - which I know to not be the case. Wonder what could be causing it...
Edited by Xaero252 - 11/10/12 at 7:40am
    
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I smell tmux. thumb.gif
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I smell tmux. thumb.gif

Me and tmux have started having... erhm... an intimate relationship. Still trying to tweak my binds the way I like them, but its still a huge productivity increase; the cmus and pipes were just for show in that shot, I usually run cmus in its own terminal, and pipes is just for play anyway. I control cmus via global keybinds, so I don't really even need it on-screen, aside from manually selecting a track.
I also got my idle memory usage down to 500mb, which is impressive considering I run Compiz and Cairo-Dock and I have a persistent XBMC running on my secondary screen while idle. Moving to full systemd and ridding myself of consolekit depends helped a lot; so did installing a lighter version of gtk3 that doesn't depend on half of gnome. I don't think I could ever go back to NOT having the AUR.
    
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post #4094 of 7733
Well glad someone else here other than me and plan9 use tmux, just seems like there's not too many terminal multiplexer users here frown.gif

Definitely is a huge increase in productivity when taken advantage of, and can be slightly addictive to hack. I personally had to move the bar to the first line instead of having it on the last line, I like everything on top, among a few other simple things to make life easy redface.gif



Nice and simple
Edited by Shrak - 11/10/12 at 7:58am
post #4095 of 7733
So is tmux a tiled console inside a single window?
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So is tmux a tiled console inside a single window?

tmux was meant as a replacement for the old utility "screen" but it kinda turned into something more than that. It is indeed a tiled terminal manager, if you would like to call it that. In addition to being able to tile different terminals, you can also force a program's output to a tmux session, and then use the command tmux attach to re-attach the terminal to an application. This is how I interface with my craftbukkit server - I don't want to have the server running in a terminal that could be closed on the desktop (thus killing the server) nor do I want it running on its own virtual console or in a background process where all the information is hidden 100% of the time. So, I execute the command "sudo -u craftbukkit tmux attach" which attaches the tmux session to the current terminal, pretty neat.
From there, tmux is useful just for the sole purpose of splitting terminals. You can make tmux your IDE for whatever programming language: vim on the left half of the screen, small execution console on the bottom right half, and a debugger/application output pane above that. Possibilities with tmux are endless. You can make layouts, and then keybind said layouts so you can open tmux and press a button and be at the comfortable familiar layout you use for whatever task set.

Edit:
Now I've got myself playing with syntax highlighting in Nano:
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Edited by Xaero252 - 11/10/12 at 9:32am
    
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post #4097 of 7733
Not a fan of vi(m)?
post #4098 of 7733
is there a linux that looks like osx 10.8 with little customization?
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Not a fan of vi(m)?
I grew up on Nano. Shameful, I know. That said, its really really hard to break my habit of instantly defaulting to it, let alone learn a new interface (I know Vi(m) can be a lot more pleasant to work with)
I'd like to switch at some point, just gotta find the time to learn something new I suppose tongue.gif That, and even when I do use vim, I prefer to use it for larger documents that I'm going to be spending a lot of time in, whereas I use nano to edit PKGBUILD's and config files. Not opposed to it, just never used it enough to default to it. So much left for me to learn, and I've been running Linux almost exclusively since Hoary Hedgehog, and I still played with it prior to that (mostly enterprise stuff, had some weird childish notion that because servers ran it it was better or something, I mean I was like 13 or 14 years old.) I do miss syntax highlighting though, I've come to realize. I've been flying without it since I haven't been doing much programming or serious editing...

On the note of OSX looking, grab any gnome3 or mate based distro, and get the Adwaita Cupertino GTK3 theme; I know it's not pixel perfect Mac OSX, but its intended to combine *nix and Mac elements together a bit. Heres a link to the theme:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Adwaita+Cupertino?content=147061
Heres a decent Icon pack:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/MacUltimate+Leopard?content=82844
And then use either Avant-Window-Navigator or Cairo-Dock for your dock.
3 Steps, pretty much any distro.

Edit: 4100 GET!
Edited by Xaero252 - 11/10/12 at 9:57am
    
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At least you don't use emacs biggrin.gif I kid I kid, partially... biggrin.gif I'm not a fan of emacs, but I know of a few people who swear by it like I swear by vi(m).
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