/dev/zero wrote:rmcellig wrote:Is the beginner's guide all I need to install this distro?It is highly recommended that everyone who installs Arch Linux reads the Beginner's Guide from top to bottom. However, it is not sufficient by itself. You also need to be willing to do your own research when questions or problems arise.
I've read in different textbooks that say Linux is light-weight(e.g. It could fit on a 1.4MB floppy). So why is the download from the Ubuntu or Fedora CD sized or larger?
Do the device drivers extend the kernel?
Hey guys,I just have some quick questions...1) I just installed Python 2.7, but where did it go and how do I see / use it? When you install any application, where does it go?2) Can I pin programs? Like in Ubuntu / MintBasically, those are the only questions.. I came from using Ubuntu for a long time I figured why not give Crunchbang a try.Cheers,Mike
Im a beginner, and im looking to creat a simple app that only asks questions and a certain amount of pages with a button each. There is no correct answer to the questions. Help contact me if you need to no more info..
Im planing to buy the Note2 but as is know, amazing device always has disadventages.
So, i want to know if the Note 2 has:
1. Simultaneous HD video and image recording
2. Smart alert.
I can't find it.. so i ask you :)
and one more, do you think there will be alot of people with the Note2?
For those with signal problems, Heres a site & app that basicly explains alot.
Shows 2g,3g,&4g coverage and showes where all the towers are for all carriers. I found it quite interesting. especially useing it on the laptop. Dont get me wrong the app rocks on the phone also.