Datanaut wrote:I've installed CrunchBang.I'm using CrunchBang.I'm logged into CrunchBang.I'm loving CrunchBang.I'll help CrunchBang by donating, but more importantly, promoting.Enjoy the company, and you can help by washing up your cup after helping yourself to coffee and cake in the crunchbang clubhouse
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.