Is it possible to use smxi script with crunchbang?Anybody using this method to update/install programs?What is smxi?smxi is an interactive script designed to help people maintain their systems. It supports Debian (Stable, Testing, and Sid) and true Debian based distros (sidux, AntiX, Mepis).http://smxi.org/
Hello All,First things first, I'm still extremely new to Linux. I do intend to eventually learn it, but I haven't done much work on it yet. A while back I tried to install crunchbang to my desktop and laptop and gave up with both. Things have changed.I tried to install crunchbang to my desktop, installed but with graphics issues.
hi, i was jsut wondering if it is at all possible to add smxi to grub2.0 menu instead of pressing ctl+1 at login screen, enter username, enter password, type sudo smxi, etc.. its a looong process cant it be as simple as select smxi at grub menu and short moment later, bang! smxi screen
Fresh install for me worked like a charm all I did was follow this guide http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=17948 FYI I had to do it the manual way for some reason smxi just didnt work for me.
Hello All,I wonder if anyone can help me. I have a laptop that has had crunchbang (32bit wheezy) installed for a while and everything has been fine. However, I recently decided to try Steam and although it worked it was telling me my graphics card only had 256mb of memory.
Well, if google has no answer, maybe smxi scripts can help ... it can detect your video and suggest proper driver:Install smxi script and let it find and install the right driver ... it usually installs the best vide driver for your card (my experience). Here are some pointers for smxi installationNB: you can also install only 'graphical part' of the smxi i.e.