Hey all,I've posted about the logistics of this before, but I thought I'd ask for some opinions.I'm going to swap out my hard drive for a Solid State version, and I'm debating going through the work of transferring my current Crunchbang install over to the new hard drive, or if it I should just copy the relevant config files separately and do a clean install.I'm kind of le
Hi there. I was just installing CrunchBang onto my laptop. It was creating the '/' and '/home' partitions on my hard drive, when I thought it got stuck or 'froze', and proceeded to power off the laptop by holding down the power button.My question is, will this adversely affect the hard drive in any way? Or will it end up being fine?Thanks for your help.
My old laptop died and I bought a new one today. It is an HP 15 Notebook PC. It comes with Windows 8. I'm planning to load Crunchbang linux and have a dual boot. It took a while, but I finally found the boot sequence to get into the BIOS setup.
I am new to linux and crunchbang. I am running crunchbang live off a thumb drive. fdisk-l shows only the thumb drive. gparted shows my hard drive (sda1-3) as not mounted. The hard drive is a windows 1 TB hard drive.
Just thought I should sign up on this forum before installing Crunchbang on my computer. I've been using Xubuntu 8.04 since about a month after 8.04 was released. Since the new Crunchbang is Debian-based I figured I'd give it a try. The LiveCD runs with no problems so when I can free up some hard drive space (by moving a bunch of music to a different computer) I'll do a new install.
Hi everyone!Since I've been using Crunchbang for over a month now, I thought I might as well register here. Not my first distro to use, but then again, #! might be the cure for my awful distro-hopping. Not much to tell about me though, just an ordinary dude working in... IT. Yeah. It seems that I don't get enough of computers at work :PBut yeah, see you around!
Hey everyone,This problem isn't confinded just to Crunchbang but to Debian as well, as I encountered this same issue when installing Debian 7 as well as Crunchbang.On my system I have two hard drives. I have a 60GB SSD which is the primary drive and a 200GB IDE drive which is used to store my work and music files.
I've looked for quite some time now and havnt found a solution so i hope someone here could help.i bought a new hard drive in order to dual boot on my desktop. While doing some wire managment, I forgot to plug back in the hard drive i use for windows 7.