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.
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
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.