Hello everyone, I'm not entirely new to crunchbang, ive been using the distro off and on for almost what I would say would be a year, but just recently I decided to ditch windows entirely (used to dual boot) and install only crunchbang on my main system! It feels so.... free.
I am a new crunchbang user or would be rather except the fan constantly runs without stop on my new laptop which i just purchased in febuary of 2012 its a typical toshieba..Its a shame as crunchbang is one of the fastest linux distros i have ever used and the set up is very nice as is the stallation.The cpu runs at a low rate and the memoray is operating at a very lite use of 113 Mib.
I'm from across the pond (USA) and I've played around with Linux since about 1995/1996. My first distro was Mandriva or it may have been called something else back then.I discovered CrunchBang back in 2009/2010 and immediately fell in love with it. I initially installed CrunchBang on an Asus EEE-PC and was amazed that practically everything worked right after installation.&nb
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.
Hi everyone, I am new with CrunchBang, but I have almost 12 years as linux user, I began with Red Hat, Mandrake, Mandriva and Ubuntu; but I was using a computer with CrunchBang, and it is very friendly. And that was the inspiration to learn (as much as possible) this software and start programming with Java and C++. I've just installed CrunchBang on my computers (3).Have a nice day
Hi. I'm new to Cruchbang. In fact, I have not installed it yet, but have tried it out extensively from the live CD. Crunchbang feels really nice to me, and I want to install it on a a used Compaq desktop I just bought, and maybe on my old Dell Latitude laptop.
Hey, allan_monteclaro -- You might want to start here:http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=23937 <---- January 2013 Screenshot ThreadAnd then go back each month to see the great things other folks have done to their desktops.Conky?