oi_oi_oi: Firstly, let me welcome you to CrunchBang forums and trust that you will enjoy using this great distro. If you would like to post in the "Introductions" section it will be great to hear a bit more about who you are and how you got here!Regarding free software, I hope you realize that, apart from the kernel itself, CrunchBang uses considerable non-free software aroun
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 have to make a Project with the msp430g2553 for a subject from my post graduation course. And in my Project the msp430 will receive a password from a matrix keypad to active a dc motor and unlock a door. But I cant make the part of the code that read the inputs and receive the password, and so Im here looking for someone to help me with this.
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.
Yes, something similar to this was added as part of the base Waldorf install...several years after the next most recent post in this thread, which had laid dormant for nearly four years before you bumped it.@orbis: Welcome to the CrunchBang Community! I'm going to go ahead and close this thread because, as you pointed out, it is now no longer relevant, but why don't you mosey
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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.