can't you make some extra space on the hd and install crunchbang dual booting ubuntu? just to see if the mouse and wifi works, later just remove ubuntu...edit: oh and welcome to crunchbang happy community!
bkerensa wrote:Crunchbang is a slick lean distro and has a budding community but my suggestion is to keep building the community and try to get some sort of evangelism going on. Does Crunchbang have a foundation currently or use SPI or some other party? Fundraise and grow local communities across the globe!Why?
Still relatively new to Linux, I want to learn as much as I can about this distribution. I'm tired of Ubuntu and hopefully will find this distribution to be simpler. Hopefully someone in the community can comment on the benefits of choosing CrunchBang, and even offer some advice or links to a newbie.
[I've just re-retitled this thread; previously it was "Newbie chickens out of CrunchBang" -- sez Microcord, almost a year after posting the message below.]+ + + + + + + + + + +[I've just retitled this thread; originally it was "Unconnected newbie wonders if CrunchBang is for him" -- sez Microcord, a couple of days after posting the message below.]+ + + + + + + + + + +
You may also be astonished to know crunchbang is a one man show. Corenomial does a phenomenal job with the distro, and the community does a stellar job supporting. Hope you enjoy it as much as the rest of us.
Hi all, im an #! newbie but ive had my share of linux from time to time....used Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Mint and Elementary OS before this and so far im loving Crunchbang (its been 2 weeks now installed)....my PC is fairly old so its a match made in PC Heaven heheheehe.....anyone from the Philippines here?!! more power to you guys at Crunchbang ...stay awesome