Post your desktop background (PowerPC)

eyoungren

macrumors Core
Aug 31, 2011
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ten-zero-eleven-zero-zero by zero-two
When full-sized, I just notice in the upper INSIGNIA monitor ...all the little scrolling(?) text.
It looks like readout from a Linux boot-up...or from the terminal or console....interesting....
That's Geektool. I have it displaying my system log. Figured i might as well use that monitor ror something. The box in the top right is Little Snitch telling me all my network connections.
 
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CheeseBread365

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Aug 27, 2017
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Ann Arbor, MI
Mine is an EPCOT wallpaper. I also have the iOX installed. This is on my iMac G4 1GHz 15in. I also have an iBook G4 running at 1.33GHz and that too has iOX installed on it. Though right now it doesn't have a battery. I don't feel like messing with it too much. Especially since I have a MBP and the iMac G4 ready to go at any time.
Whats iox and where do i get it
 

Project Alice

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Jul 13, 2008
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Post Falls, ID
On my PPC macs I'm just using the default wallpapers. But on my 2008 Mac pro with High Sierra, I have 3 screens hooked up, the left screen is using the Panther aqua, the middle and main screen is using the Tiger aqua, and the 3rd screen is using the Jaguar aqua. I thought it was somewhat relevant lol
 
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doggoli

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Apr 17, 2017
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Serbia
My faithful iBook G4, even with my Core Duo iMac being my main machine, this thing does a lot for me! I even edit full HD 1080p video on it in Final Cut Pro 6! However, i see a very nice deal on a DLSD PowerBook (20$). Is it time for me to ditch it for the PowerBook?
 

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RhianB

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Sep 3, 2016
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My faithful iBook G4, even with my Core Duo iMac being my main machine, this thing does a lot for me! I even edit full HD 1080p video on it in Final Cut Pro 6! However, i see a very nice deal on a DLSD PowerBook (20$). Is it time for me to ditch it for the PowerBook?
No but a DSLD for $20? You must buy it in principle. :D