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damarrin 7 Sep
It looks like the KDE Plasma logo, so not much of a hint as to what distro it may be.

Last edited by damarrin on 7 September 2021 at 4:44 pm UTC
Hamish 7 Sep
Quoting: slaapliedjeI still think my favorite Linux on screen was on the extras of Lord of the Rings movies, Weta used a Lot of Linux desktops to make those movies.
Same thing with the Dreamworks Animation special features, lots of nice shots of computers running Red Hat with Bluecurve included with the Shrek movies. Basically all off the big 3D animation studios have used Linux.
Quoting: Hamish
Quoting: slaapliedjeI still think my favorite Linux on screen was on the extras of Lord of the Rings movies, Weta used a Lot of Linux desktops to make those movies.
Same thing with the Dreamworks Animation special features, lots of nice shots of computers running Red Hat with Bluecurve included with the Shrek movies. Basically all off the big 3D animation studios have used Linux.
I still recall articles about when most movie studios ended up following Industrial Light and Magic, and swapping out their expensive SGIs and others for Linux systems because all the tools had been ported.

https://www.linuxjournal.com/article/6011 Ha, that was to 20 years ago.
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