I hope that this is the correct or most apropriate place for my post but if not please accept my apologies,Firstly thank you for making Crunchbang, I am loving it. It is very fast using only 2% of my Quadcore Cpu and less than half a G of memory. I ran into a problem which I have solved and wanted to point out that the crunchbang.org/wiki/nvidia might need updating.Perhaps the link can
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The CrunchBang wiki is no longer maintained, and has been unmaintained for over a year.To my eyes, a soft gray on black is extremely soothing; even the default bluish-gray of the CrunchBang forum feels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.