For #! you only need perhaps 1 GHz, 512 MB or 1 GB RAM and 40 GB HDD. The most RAM is used for Iceweasel and not for the #!-system ;-) Without Iceweasel you only need perhaps 256 MB RAM.
on 04/15/2013 – Made popular on 04/15/2013
Hi! I am using crunchbang statler on an old computer and i would like to set up iceweasel to autostart when network manager is online.I used this link to the set up.http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/pre ine.1.htmlI've added: ## start iceweasel(sleep nm-online && /usr/lib/iceweasel/iceweasel) &to autostart.sh but it still doesen't work.
Iceweasel seems unable to access certain pages, for example when openinghttp://crunchbang.org/startor https://bank.barclays.co.uk/olb/auth/LoginLink.action it reportsIceweasel can't establish a connection to the server at crunchbang.org.even though the same url works fine with Chrome, and iceweasel is happy to go to some other pages such as google or news.bbc.co.ukAny thoughts what's hap
Hello,I have an issue after my first Iceweasel update on a fresh Crunchbang 11 install:When a download is completed, Iceweasel shows a notification in a popup.On a default Cruncbang install, that popup has the black Waldorf style (which I really like!).After an Iceweasel update, I lost this style and now I only have the default browser's style: gray background and no rounded corners.What shou
I did a fresh Wheezy netinstall (created new / and /home), added OpenBox and a other packages, and then moved to sid. No #! anywhere. No #! in apt.sources. Installed Iceweasel beta from the Debian Mozilla team repos.Iceweasel homepage is http://crunchbang.org/start:/
Yesterday I installed Waldorf and discovered that Iceweasel uses about 80mb of ram - is this normal? System at idle = 88mb~ / Iceweasel w/two tabs = 171mb~. Might Opera or another browser be more frugal? System: five year old dual core dell Inspiron 64 bit, using 32 bit Waldorf, 2gig ram.
I know this is one of those topics that gets discussed over 'n' over, but I really would like to read your comments regarding these 2 browsers. Personally, I have been using Chrome/Chromium for a while, but every now-and-again I like to switch back to Iceweasel.