Running everything as root is a bad idea.I think you need to be in the "power" and "wheel" group in order to use shutdown and poweroff.Create a user and properly configure it's ~/.xinitrc to load a ConsoleKit session.
The CrunchBang wiki is no longer maintained, and has been unmaintained for over a year.To my eyes, a soft gray on black is extremely soothing; even the default bluish-gray of the CrunchBang forum feels harsh by comparison.
Did you check the wiki on "Suspend to RAM"? It looks like there are a few tools there that should work for your needs.https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/SuspendAlso, after I switched to Awesome WM and didn't have the built in functionality to shutdown/reboot, I asked the same question and was lead to using Consolekit & dbus.
Hello everyone,I've been using CrunchBang for a short while, and love the look and feel. I was wondering, is there a way to change the repository it checks so that I can upgrade CrunchBang to 10.04? do-release-upgrade claims that there is no new release; not sure what file dictates where it checks...
Did a quick Google search and came across these two links, one of which is from our very own CrunchBang forums, authored by Linux guru machinebacon:http://crunchbanglinux.org/wiki/cursor_settingshttps://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Mouse_accelerationEdit: By the way, I believe you would create the xset settings for your mouse in the autostart file under ~/.config/openbox.
I've just been given a business requirement to install TFS 2010, and a Wiki. Does anyone out there know/have experience in installing a Wiki plugin to TFS? Or is there an inbuilt tool that allows Wiki functionality? Or am I going to have to find a Wiki out there to install stand-alone? We do not have Sharepoint installed.
Dear Fellow Crunchbangers,I would like to ask you for help.In the Wiki there's an entry which was created some time ago about laptop support in Crunchbang (http://crunchbanglinux.org/wiki/howto/installingcbon)If those people who can report Crunchbang Statler (2012 February edition) working out of the box would post their laptop model and the lspci -nn in this thread, I could add these models