Gentoo Linux Screenshots
Here they are... click for larger versions!
The screenshots on this page are contributed by various Gentoo users.
Information about the themes used, background images, etc. is not available
through Gentoo. You will need to contact the author of the screenshot (if you
can find this person) for more information.
You can always try locating the authors on our #gentoo chat channel on
irc.freenode.net or through the Gentoo
If you are looking for some older screenshots, check out last years screenshots!
whtwtr's Compiz desktop
First place 2011 screenshot contest!
An uncluttered and functional desktop with heads-up display of critical system
stats. Conky v1.8.0 renders the animated middle rings which represent
CPU load, Memory used, and File-System "in-use" percentages. Moving toward the
bottom we have; the current time, global night/day image updated every 15min
(clouds update every 3 hours), and the current weather conditions. Bottom left
we have temps of the CPU, GPU, and system Hard Drive along with CPU Frequency
and network upload & download graphs. Finally Bottom right, we have a
horizontal calendar showing the week-day, month, current date and year.
Wallpaper by yours-truly... PM me on the forum if you want the config files...
ifenslave's Kde desktop
Second place 2011 screenshot contest!
A clean desktop screenshot. The widgets are showing a dmesg, active processes,
external IP, incoming/outgoing network traffic, mounted file system and actual
Berr's Xfce desktop
Third place 2011 screenshot contest!
This is my Xfce desktop. Gtk style: Mist. Icons: GNOME-Brave.
Gkrellm with mpd plugin. The Wallpaper is "Sign of the Hammer".
(I took Manowar's Sign of the Hammer album cover and switched the colors).
Terminal without borders and menus with default xfce compositing.
Programs are started by shortcuts or by xfce-verve-plugin. The quote is
from Duke Nukem.
ramonovski's Scrotwm desktop
Forth place 2011 screenshot contest!
The applications in the screenshot are cowsay, ncmpcpp(mpd),
ttyload, ls++, htop, vim and pydf. The ASCII
art, color scheme and details script by my self. The wallpaper is from voidsenses
... With some of my own color modifications. All configs files are in a
personal github repository, if you are interested in any of the config's let me
slashbeast's Openbox desktop
Fifth place 2011 screenshot contest!
In the screenshot is openbox, tint2 as taskbar, conky as
system monitor and another conky just to display logs from
/var/log/everything/current. The setup is designed to be light and
fast, there is no place for desktop icons and such.
The wallpaper -
openbox theme - 1977-Black
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