I'm a bit new to this & found it a bit exhausting trying to find certain Q/A's so I figured I ask multiple questions all in one post. I do apologize if some questions have been asked already, but I either didn't find a question/answer to it or the answer wasn't clear enough to solve my concerns.
Tonight I've been clicking on each page of the Unanswered Posts reading the topic and seeing if its something I can help with. I've done a lot of posts tonight just doing that, hoping my suggestions help. I figure I can help others out while I wait for it to cool down so I can go to sleep.
Do you guys monitor the unanswered posts to help others out?
Hello all! I am considering installing Crunchbang but had some questions regarding driver support for an AMD Fusion powered Thinkpad, the X120e. I have used Crunchbang in the past on Intel systems, but have hesitations regarding the Fusion chipset.
Hi EveryoneI'm just wondering if this is the right place to ask or if it's allowed, but would any of you please help me?I am a degree student and have chosen to write about how the interface looks and acts between 2different systems (Windows XP and Crunchbang).I would like to maybe either post a short survey/questionnaire of some description on here. I am looking for people w
Hello Crunchbang(#!) Member,I am a IT student here at philippines. Then our professor has give an OS review. Our group choose CrunchBang . Now my topic for the documentation for Crunchbang(#!) is Process Management. I don't have an idea about Process Management of Crunchbang(#!) . Please Help me to answer this question below about Process Management. 1.
I have a dilemma. I have asked questions on Stack Overflow and Computational Science previously.
However, I have not done so on Ask Ubuntu. Hence I have 1 reputation. The problem starts when I am in search of an answer at Ask Ubuntu.
Take the following Ask Ubuntu Question. Now I found the answer provided by Sylvain Pineau to be helpful.
I'm playing around with crunchbang right now and I like it but I have some questions. 1. Since this is Debian based this means no ubuntu based programs such as steam correct? 2. Is crunchbang highly customizeable?3. What's the advantage of Crunchbang over Linux mint? I'm bummed that it doesn't support steam without loopholes.4. Do I have to use the terminal?