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20 Coolest Linux Distro-themed Wallpapers

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Since my list of 25 Coolest Linux Wallpapers unexpectedly became a huge hit, I’m going to share to you some more to keep the Linux pride alive. This time, I have collected some of the coolest, high quality distro-themed wallpapers. I know that you are excited already, so let’s cut to the chase and just present to you the "20 Coolest Linux Distro-themed Wallpapers" in no particular order.

1. Fedora

2. Debian

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re: Coolest Wallpapers

Kind of sad if these are indeed the "coolest" examples of Linux artwork.

Like the ongoing use of exceptional poor judgment in naming Linux apps - it's painfully obvious that there's not any graphic designers using Linux.

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