antiX 23.1 32-bit JWM Desktop remaster

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  • #145211
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    RJP

      Just inspired to test how to make a respin I made a remaster which is JWM Desktop only and Caja is a filemanager. Some bugs or features are in the this remaster too (pipewire, volumeicon, pixpuf cache with app-select … ?). Anyway it is working somehow. :D

      https://sites.google.com/view/nobodyos/etusivu

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      #145255
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      calciumsodium

        Hello @RJP,

        I downloaded your iso twice and did md5sum check twice.

        Both times,
        the md5sum check produced:

        
        $ md5sum '/home/jakersfan/Downloads/nobodyOS RC3.iso' 
        c3fc1e746d76b711121f77951c447e5b  /home/jakersfan/Downloads/nobodyOS RC3.iso
        

        But your md5sum that you linked wanted:

        
        17aabc72a63919098cd4b8b2a9a5d36f  nobodyOS RC3.iso
        

        Can you please let us know which is the correct one?

        #145269
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        RJP

          Obviously RC3 ISO is corrupted in the server. MD5SUM should be 17aabc72a63919098cd4b8b2a9a5d36f

          RC2 seems to be ok.

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          #145284
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          calciumsodium

            Hello @RJP,

            I got you RC2 working good.

            It is good to see how others are setting up their system and preferences different from me. To sample different variety. To get different ideas.

            I made a copy of your .conkyrc to study how you set up your colors. I like that CPU usage color.

            Good job.

            #145305
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            calciumsodium

              I did a test of the Otto browser of this @RJP nobodyOS respin by posting on the antiX forum.

              Very good.

              https://www.antixforum.com/forums/topic/what-are-you-here-with-today/page/230/#post-145303

              I noticed something regarding the conky. Sometimes the colors go bold and bright, then it comes back to not bold and bright. Is this expected behavior?

              #145568
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              calciumsodium

                I did some more looking at @RJP conky in their respin.

                It got me thinking about what information is important to me in my conky.

                @RJP had the kernel version at the very top.

                I also place great importance in the kernel information, but I never had it in my own conky.

                Then I thought about other information that I use all the time that is not in my conky.

                I use many different debian versions, from debian 8 all the way to sid.

                I also use chrome, and browsers update all the time.

                So I decided to incorporate all this information in my own personal conky.

                I would not have done this without trying @RJP respin.

                This is the importance of being open to other ideas on the forum.

                This is a part of my conky that I incorporated:

                
                ${time %c}
                $kernel
                debian ${exec cat /etc/debian_version}
                chrome ${exec cat ~/.config/google-chrome/Last\ Version}
                uptime: $uptime
                desktop: ${exec disp=${DISPLAY#:}; disp=${disp%.[0-9]}; cat $HOME/.desktop-session/desktop-code.$disp 2>/dev/null}
                res:${alignr}${execi 60 xdpyinfo | sed -n -r "s/^\s*dimensions:.*\s([0-9]+x[0-9]+).*/\1/p"}
                ${color}Init:${alignr}${execi 60 detect-init.sh}
                Freq:${alignr}${freq}
                CPU:${alignr}${cpu}%
                
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