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How to make your Linux desktop look awesome

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We have heard a lot lately about projects aimed at bringing all that eye candy of operating systems such as OS X to the Linux world. Projects such as Xgl, Enlightenment, and others have given us a glimpse of what’s coming, but what can you do to enjoy a taste of some of the future… today? We are going to explore that question with some excellent add-ons, software, and features to make your desktop look cool and next-gen today...

Please note this article does required some advanced Linux know how. I will describe how to get things to work, but it may require extra steps at your end.

Includes:

  • 3D-Desktop

  • Composite Extension
  • Desklets…Widgets…Thingamagigs

Full Article.

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Sorry that site seems to be down. The link was reported as broken, however it did work fine when I previewed the post. I suspect other big linux sites linked to it as well and it's suffering a slashdot effect. (or getting ddos'd).

Sorry, perhaps we can check back later.

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

How to make your Linux desktop look awesome

Just install PCLinuxOS! Big Grin

true 'dat dawg

Yep! I was just thinking that! Big Grin

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

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