Introduction: Show Your Enthusiasm With an Ubuntu Linux Mousepad!


I needed a new mouse pad so i got a black one from the store.  It was just a blank one so i wanted to give it a decal.  So from the same store i got a few other supplies for the project but most important was a metallic silver permanent marker.  Sharpie used to make them but i guess they don't anymore?  Any way i went home and i printed out the decal i wanted which was the Ubuntu logo.  I glued it too a piece of cereal box card board and using a knife i carefully removed the parts i wanted making a quick stencil.  I aligned the stencil so it was in the middle and i drew in the logo.  Now it needs to dry so it doesn't rub off on anything but when its all done it will be really cool.

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jdogtotherescue (author)2013-07-28

yeah lately I've been using Linux mint. it still works with all my favorite programs and unity isn't all over it. man I hate unity. mint is also green and that has always been my favorite color so that's cool.

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I started off using Ubuntu, but have since moved to Arch.

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CreativeGeek (author)2013-07-28

That could also work for Fedora, Debian, RHEL, CentOS, Manjaro, Sabayon, whatever distro you're a fan of too.

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