Hi there! I've been playing around with Crunchbang on an old server lately, and it's obiously a great desktop distro, but since it's Debian-based, and Debian's the most popular server distro right now, I'm curious if Crunchbang is just as good.
I play a couple of weeks one game that is so awesome but who want to join me?
I Jungle heat do you have to make your own Jungle Militairy base and make some gold and oil than you gonna defend your base and attack other players anf become the biggest army in the jungle tournaments!
My clan is named as "Delta Team"
With a green icon
Hi brothers and sisters :DI just want to give my feedback about our wonderful distro, I'm pretty sure that it won't interest a lot of people but I want to share my love (hey, I'm speaking like an hippy !).It's almost for non-crunchbangers but who are interested into this distro.But before all, please forgive me if reading me is difficult, I'm french, I have a quite good sc
I might just ramble a little, but there is a point to it all ;)First a little about me.I've been a Linux user since about 2005, but just started using CrunchBang about a year ago. I distro hopped for several years before settling on Linux Mint main edition and LMDE as my distro's of choice. Since finding CrunchBang it has quickly become my distro of choice.
A short while back, crunchbang was made available to users as an XFCE distro in addition to the openbox distro...And I LOVED the XFCE distro.... to me (and a few of my pals) it was theee best XFCE distro ever....
VDP76 wrote:drewdle wrote:But should I still call it CrunchBang? Or heavily modified Debian?good question, if you still have CrunchBang's repos enabled, I would call it #!... That's a good reasoning. Without the CrunchBang repos, this would be far less magical, I think. I just didn't want to give the wrong impression of the distro to others who may be looking over my shoulder.
Hello all #!, I am still learning Linux and been distro hopping for a year or so as I did try Crunchbang Linux 10 when it first came out and enjoyed my experience but still ended up distro hopping. Until now I am back with the new Crunchbang Linux 11 and since I have now found my main distro #! it is time for me to join the best community and stop just being a lurker :D.
Howdi just discovered crunchbang from distro watch, Come from an Ubuntu < 10.10 background, then after Unity reared its head moved to opensuse and then when I couldn't stand yast decided to go to Fedora 16 but for some reason it refuses to work on my laptop, installs fine but then wont boot :(So off to Distro Watch seen crunchbang and I'm so glad Fedora didn't work now as crunchb
After some very heavy distro hopping the last years I found CrunchBang and running it now since end of 2010. And I'm very happy with it. My note- and netbook running CrunchBang and also a machine at my workplace since last week. :)I read these forums daily, but never thought about to register myself.