SpookyZalost

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  1. Wanted to share one more, this is with music playback stuff running, in case anyone was wondering how I listened to stuff like that.
  2. been tweaking some more, here's my desktop currently, compiz FTW!
  3. of course brian, there's a lot there of all media types in the database, it's a great way to explore what cyberpunk is as far as a style both in storytelling and in reality.
  4. Since this topic fits into all 3 categories I'm just putting it in the general space. entertainment (books, movies, music, games, etc), PC's & tech (Cyberpunk need I say more?), politics, debates, etc, (see cyberpunk world vs real world). What is cyberpunk Examples of cyberpunk works The Cyberpunk Database now that that's all out of the way, let's begin... let's talk about cyberpunk media you are interested in, how does it affect your view of the world, or maybe just how close the cyberpunk and real worlds are?
  5. hey take a look at the opening post, I just linked in a viewable/Searchable database of cyberpunk media. there's a lot
  6. Listening to Celldweller - Wish Upon A Black Star Album
  7. 4031 Hack the gibson, hack the planet, free your mind, because there is no spoon
  8. Post links to any music here that you feel has a cyberpunk vibe to it, one video per post to keep load times down, I'll start.
  9. just a minor question, does anyone know of any futuristic car mods that change the car models used in the game?
  10. well the trick here is that you need to install steam in play on linux, then install sc4 in that. the boxed version generally works better though simply because of the steam limitations. mostly because play on linux steam runs slow as hell while linux native steam runs fast. you know that reminds me... why can't steam on linux recognize wine/play on linux as an untested/unsupported but available option for windows games in linux? I just find it weird that the steam games require steam to be running to run and thus hinders this. like for example, steam could see wine is installed and let you download your windows copy of a game with a little pop up about it being untested/unsupported, but come with say a specialized loader so that steam will start the .exe in wine or something.
  11. wasn't hard to get working, that's the steam version btw, but the DVD/CD version works better out of the box. so buyer beware. has anyone else gotten it working? and what settings/setup do you use if so?
  12. sadly no, such a thing does not nor will it ever exist this is simcity 4 in linux running with a compatibility layer which basically converts it's commands to ones that linux understands and vice versa
  13. what does your computer setup look like? what customizations have you made to make it your own? this is my setup, still in progress.
  14. added that peg board.
  15. I collect a lot of old pc's so the idea behind the thread is obvious, do you have any old pc's that you still own and keep running? and if so what are they running? I have about a dozen or so and most of them run either dos or linux, though I've been slowly putting command line linux distros so I can build from the ground up and make them more compatible, it's fun to learn this way! so what do you guys do with your old pc's, and do you have any still around that you toy with from time to time?
  16. you can always frankenstein that beast lol
  17. do they still run? have you tried booting them lately? useful for playing old games lol
  18. looks nice, well detailed, everything I've come to expect from a simmania city journal
  19. I've tweaked the sound module a bit now so it looks less gaudy... especially given it's command line interface based lol. And the final result I was inspired by this interface from the game hacknet: had to add one more! that's the cyberpunk IRC... kinda quiet right now but I don't have to open chrome or firefox to run it.
  20. everybody has one of these, post the desktop of your computer for the world to see. This is my primary desktop on my gaming PC, I use it for VR gaming and such, more to come later from my various pc's.
  21. that's your opinion and you're welcome to it, I like eye candy
  22. My Current Desktop Note that the audio visualizer is actually linked to my audio card and not the music player, so I can play any sound and it will activate! and yes those images on the right are all animated! so the desktop doesn't stay still
  23. 4016 yeah but we need more thread activity in general and not just threads in the forum games section
  24. 4014 This message will now self destruct