Statler is a step up from 9.04. It's really quick and hasn't broken yet, but back on the learning curve again after ubuntu 10.04. just one question, how do you add a new user?
on 07/19/2010 – Made popular on 07/19/2010
Hi EVERYONE, I need a quick question answered. I like most people that haven't made the total commitment to moving form Windows to linux wasconsidering going with the Alpha 2 version of Statler to test drive it. I notice that Statler is i486 based and I am running a Asus 1000H
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hey there crunchbang community! i have been off of the microsoft/apple teat for about a year, and its been a lot of fun. first there was fedora, then ubuntu, then mint/cinnamon and finally now with crunchbang. its been an interesting progression as i worry less and less about what my compositor can do/what wallpapers look like and more about privacy and speed and efficiency.
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