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openSUSE 10.3 Wallpaper by deviantdark openSUSE 10.3 Wallpaper by deviantdark
subject: openSUSE logo
software: adobe photoshop CS3

I recently installed openSUSE 10.3 on my laptop.
I wanted to share with all of you a little artwork I made.
It is quite simple, but I've found it really clean and professional.
The background is 100% SUSE original, and can be found here.
The openSUSE logo and the geeko logo are made by me.
You can find the Cholla LogoType [for Windows] at this link.
Geeko official logo is available for download in PNG and SVG format at SUSE-art.org.
Logo brushsets for Adobe Photoshop are made my be and available at this link.

Only 1440x900 pixels resolution. Sorry...
I hope you like it.
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:iconjaanos:
Jaanos Jan 22, 2008  Hobbyist Interface Designer
"Only 1440x900 pixels" perfect for me, thanks :D
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:icondeviantdark:
So good it just fits your desktop :)
See you soon!
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:iconleiner:
you made that ???
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:icondeviantdark:
Oh no...
As I explained within the deviation comments:

The background is 100% SUSE original, the openSUSE logo and the geeko logo are made by me [using these brushes].
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:iconmreyepatch:
This looks very nice and it's the exact resolution I have. I have never tried openSUSE. How do you like it so far? Any problems?
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:icondeviantdark:
I have experienced the OpenSource world with Linux Ubuntu since May '07.
This is the second Linux distro I am using, and I am pretty glad about it [but it's just 24 hours I have installed it!].

I have found some hardware troubles with my laptop [ACER Aspire 3053]: the HDA ATI SB450 doesn't work [audio device] and the 3D effects of the ATI Radeon 1100 are not enabled.
But these things were the same with Ubuntu, where I've fixed them with a few hours of work.
Now I have got to do the same with openSUSE 10.3... but I've been amazed by the installation process: it's simple, clean and very professional.
I quite like this distro, but I'll be able to have a more complete opinion about it when I'll spend some more time with it ;)

See ya!
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FSDown Dec 4, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Pretty cool effect mate :nod:
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:icondeviantdark:
wow! thank you!
It's been a while I wasn't checking out a comment from you.. glad you came back :)
See you soon!
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