Need for DSL wallpapers
Topic: Need for DSL wallpapers
started by: Poju
Posted by Poju on Oct. 18 2005,06:21Is there need for DSL wallpapers?
If yes is there offical DSL animal (that big headed penquin maybe)?
I made few for Gentoo some time ago:
< http://img26.exs.cx/img26/1324/gen3yi.jpg >
< http://img7.exs.cx/img7/6777/gen22aw.jpg >
< http://img177.exs.cx/img177/8102/gen37um.jpg >
< http://img54.exs.cx/img54/1291/Gen4.jpg >
< http://img110.exs.cx/img110/6739/genbig5wf.jpg >
I thik that this is my fovorite char this far
< http://img44.imageshack.us/my.php?loc=img44&image=PaWall.jpg >
Posted by davide on Nov. 21 2005,17:12they are very nice!
I did this one, for very low ram systems. it's just 2k, 800*600
Posted by Johanthegnarler on Nov. 27 2005,23:37You peoples are skilled heh.
Posted by Your Fuzzy God on Nov. 28 2005,16:50I did a DSL penguin for my personal repository...
Posted by mikshaw on Nov. 29 2005,04:35I like that a lot, Fuzzy.
A few more...
< DSL text >
< Tux >
< not exactly Tux >
Posted by xmikeox on Dec. 28 2005,17:39ima newb I dont even know how to put a background wallpaper on linux dsl
Posted by mikshaw on Dec. 28 2005,19:15Backgrounds can be put anywhere you like, but the most convenient place, particularly when using the wallpaper tool, is /home/dsl/.fluxbox/backgrounds.
/home/dsl/.fluxbox is a hidden directory, so if you're using emelfm to copy files you'll need to press the "H" button next to the emelfm location window, or press Ctrl+h, to see the directory. Midnight Commander displays hidden files by default.
When you have your image(s) in place, go to "Desktop > Wallpapers" in the fluxbox menu.
Posted by doobit on Dec. 28 2005,19:15
That tux looks like he made too many trips to the doughnut shop!