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I don't have a Closeup screenshot, but I can give you a look at the server and its login screen - Its using Elive Gem:

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Brian

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thats what VM's are good for, making screen shots of the login

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I'm using Opera 9.64 more than FF 3.0.8 lately. For some reason FF 3.0.8 sometimes freezes when I try to log-in to my company Oracle data base. Opera doesn't freeze-up on me.

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Mandriva User

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Welcome to besttechie.net, vive!

Installing Debian 5.0 in Qemu on Slackware 12.2. Qemu is a good, light, fast VM.

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Finally got around to trying FreeBSD 7.2. Installed it to a spare partition on my Dell Pentium D. Had some problems identifying the USB keyboard and mouse while in KDE. I fixed the issue by manually enabling hal and dbus which for some odd reason are not enabled by default in FreeBSD 7.2.

FreeBSD 7.2, KDE 3.5.10.

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My Ubuntu 9.04 with screenlets, and the girl is Megan fox if you wanted to know.

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My Ubuntu 9.04 with screenlets, and the girl is Megan fox if you wanted to know.

Very nice, man:-)

Running XP Pro SP2 in a VM inside Slackware 12.2. Scanning for malware:-)

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Arch Linux. XFce 4.6.1. I just started using this distro yesterday. This distro is a killer; it is like a combination of Slackware and FreeBSD with a rock-solid package manager.....love it.

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Installed FreeBSD 7.2 with guh-nome yesterday in a VM on my main Slackware work station. I was bored:) I like FreeBSD, but, not enough to run it on my HD.

Slackware FTW! :matrix:

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I'm really liking Arch Linux; it is very fast. I love pacman:) I can see why you like it, jcl:)

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