33 Photos - Oct 4, 2011
Photo: Default Desktop LookPhoto: Hammering out some bugs with awesome-wm while testing Sabayon Forensics XFCE: what a desktop should look like:Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: #sabayon   - and I'm still running live session here and added compiz and emerald to the MATE desktop environment.  Talk about a trip down memory lanePhoto: Busy with default ProgramsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Busy with more default ProgramsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Logged into the awesome-wm, I get the feeling Sabayon home page isn't rendering properly in Chrome or MidoriPhoto: Photo: Tonight's desktop :-)Photo: Photo: Testing out Cinnamon on the Sabayon Forensics live session. I had to equo install @gnome and than equo install cinnamon and switch the login to GDM and than I was in. Cinnamon is available in Limbo for testing. What I like about this, I did this all running a live session. Sabayon runs so well live for days on end.

My first impression of Cinnamon, much better than the default Gnome 3. It's limited tho for customization. Sounds like Cinnamon 1.1.4 will get customization options. It's a young and fresh project with lots of room to grow and it's definitely headed in the right direction, nice job to the Mint Linux team http://cinnamon.linuxmint.com/ BTW - You can still use the gnome-tweak-tool to control icons on the desktop and what not.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: