February 2021 Screenshot Thread

Continuation from January.

As usual:

Share your dots and walls please, this saves people having to ask. Best way to do this is to have a link in your signature.


To open the linked scrot fullscreen in your browser, scroll down to the Download icon on the right (next to Like and Share at scrot.cloud), right-click it and hit T on your keyboard to open the screenshot in a new browser tab, then switch to that tab. Copy and paste the address here and Boom! Fullscreen goodness.
(thanks to hhh from the BunsenLabs forum for the tip!)


We recommend scrot.cloud for image uploads (max 60MB) (use the linked thumbnail embed code), or as an option drag and drop your image into the reply box. Thank you very much, @Madmedic (how about shouting him a coffee for the effort?)

Time gooes fast ! Feb already !.

Will see how long I will survive with void…
Same setup otherwise - dk, tmux, st

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Nice @dimaom

Same updated thing ;

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Update broke gimp this morning. Hope you won’t be needing it.

back on topic - ArchLabs:

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Giving my Puffy box (OpenBSD) some treat this month with Archlabs icons :blowfish:

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Top @Beast

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Minimal AL install with the still “underrated archlabs-dARK” theme :sunglasses:


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Nicee @Beast

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Breath taking. :+1:

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link to full image

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@Beast Wonderful, 65Mb, what do you do with the rest? :grin:

New month, brand new pc, 100% same old AL :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Top @drLobes

Same thing on my end. Been playin enough with changes before, try to leave it as is after some tweaks here & there.

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Top @darknetmatrix .

Nice @ dark.

New wallpaper.

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Top again @Dobbie03

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Insanely low initial memory usage right?! But wait until I open the browser lol

Right after I open Chromium, memory usage varies between 2.2Gb up to 5gb of RAM :cold_sweat: depending of how many tabs are open. So as we can see, the browser on OpenBSD not only remains the main attack surface, but the main memory sucker as well.

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