FreeBSD EEEPC Progress

As I had mentioned earlier, my EEE 1000H is powered by FreeBSD 7.2 and so far it has been good. Still haven’t had the proper time to workon the wireless, but so far have got most of my acpi scripts working, so its great. Anyway I am posting another EvilWM screenshot on this Beastie powered toy. Click on the picture for full view.


More FreeBSD EEEPC Goodness

I am currently in the process of customizing and tweaking my FreeBSD 7.2 setup on my EEE PC 1000H. Did away with Fluxbox, and in comes EvilWM. Keeping it as minimal as possible. Currently working on the acpi scripts to get most of the hotkeys working. Hopefully, it should be done by this weekend. Also want to try out the wireless thing just for fun. It must be a big challenge though.

Anyway here is a new screenshot of FreeBSD 7.2 in action on my EEE.


New Screenshot – EvilWM+Lunar Linux

As I had mentioned in some of my previous posts, customizing my setup is a stress buster for me. Since I am in a phase where I am finishing up my Dissertation and doing some final simulations, stress is an inescapable factor. Customizing is one way I try to relax, although most might think, it’s weird. During weekends, its mostly building lego models, reading paranormal literature, and playing around with LFS on my EEE, that relieves my stress. Anyway, as you might have noticed, I alternate between dwm, and evilwm all the time. Started playing around with my .Xdefaults a bit, and ended up with something not so colorful and completely unobtrusive. I am sure I will stick with this setup for a long time. I am posting a couple of screenshots of this setup on my Lenovo3000N200 laptop, running evilwm as the window manager. As always, I run Lunar Linux on this laptop, and I built the system totally according to my needs, and the response of the system is blazing fast. Sayaka Isoyama and Haruna Yabuki are featured in the wallpapers. Please comment on the screenshots. As usual, if there are any requests, like wallpaper, configs, let me know. I will post them as usual. Click on the picture for full size.