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.
Hi I found out about CrunchBang only recently and it really seemed interesting, and I would really appreciate if I be given some information about it. What is CrunchBang? a kind of OS, and if so would downloading it require I uninstall my current OS for it to function correctly? What are its advantages, and would I need to be a sort of programmer to fully enjoy its capability? Thank you.
migglemo wrote:I have to say, this is the best community out there. Relaxed, but productive enough to be helpful.Welcome migglemo. You've had an interesting journey in Debian-land and I think you summed up the appeal of the forum here nicely. Enjoy CrunchBang and see you around .
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.
Hey, I have used #! for about 2 years on my Asus EEE PC 701 netbook. Started with hearing about cruncheee. Searched it, installed it and got used to using crunchbang. Crunchbang is nothing short but a work of art.
Hello guys, greetings from austiaAt first i have to say that my english is very bad, sry for that.Before i installed Crunchbang i used Ubuntu with Openbox session.Now i installed Crunchbang and includet my old /home partition.Now i have the problem that i now use my old autostart.sh and menu.rc and so on.Can anyone send me the default autostart.sh and menu.rc files? thanks.greetings Zero