Specifications for the notebook: http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabook … ificationsMy notebook that I have a fresh and recent install of CrunchBang 11 on (no changes or added software) is really getting warm for no particular reason.
Hi FallSight and welcome on board. To answer your question, yes Crunchbang is a great distro for a newbie to learn on. There are enough of us here to testify to that ! Crunchbang is a bit of a culture shock if you are coming straight from Windows – Kudos! I found this, “things to do after installing” website really useful in getting my head around Crunchbang.&#
I want to run CB 9.04.01 from a live CD, and automatically configure my system at startup via a script I have written.Here is my problem. The live CD automatically logs in with the user 'crunchbang', which, by default, is a sudo user with no password.
CyanogenMod 10 'Jellaxy'
Original thread here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1793511
All credits go to 'TheWhisp'. So if you want to thank someone, Say thanks to him. He made all this possible.
Another 'special' credit and a very warm 'Thank you' goes to 'erikcas' who helped me a lot in creating this release.
Hi there people,Since this is a section for introductions, let`s start with something about me.So hmm my natural born language is not english so excuse my little mistakes, i live in Europe/Romania (you know...near Dracula`s Lair :P ).My age is allmost 31 years old, my friends call me Cris, i am some sort of a geek, from my teenage years i loved to broke/fix pc`s.I heard about CrunchBang distro a w
If you don't say it on your own that you are using crunchbang and not Debian, then nobody will be able to figure it out. .-) By that you will also avoid the usual loving some fanboys have to offer (while not being able to answer the question).