The other day, I stumbled upon NomadBSD ; a live system for USB drives. I don’t use FreeBSD… but I liked to look of that “(…) desktop system that works out of the box (…)”. So I decided to give a little make up to my already-running-out-of-the-box OpenBSD.
Since I started using *N?X, I’ve regularly used WindowMaker. I’ve always liked the look and feel, the dock system and the dockapps. It may look a bit oldish nowadays. And that’s enough to try to change this. So here it is, a 2019 flavored WindowMaker Desktop, running on OpenBSD 6.4/amd64.Continue reading “An OpenBSD desktop using WindowMaker”
If you like the Linux Mint look but you run OpenBSD, you’re only a few ops to getting a pretty green desktop.
I don’t fancy much Munin’s default look. I tend to like layouts that fit on a single screen. That’s mainly why I used to use Xymon. But there is a Munin’s theme that turns the Web interface into something very clean to my eyes. And great news, it’s done so well that it also works on OpenBSD. Ready, steady, go!
Après plusieurs centaines d’heure de recherche (si si…), j’ai enfin trouvé un thème WordPress qui me convienne. Bien entendu, je vais modifier un ou deux petits trucs, mais il convient à 90% :-)
Continue reading “J'ai trouvé mon thème !”