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VDP76 wrote:drewdle wrote:But should I still call it CrunchBang? Or heavily modified Debian?good question, if you still have CrunchBang's repos enabled, I would call it #!... That's a good reasoning. Without the CrunchBang repos, this would be far less magical, I think. I just didn't want to give the wrong impression of the distro to others who may be looking over my shoulder.
1. I clear all cookies and data from "beginning of time"
2. I open an incognito window in chromium 30.0.1599.114 Built on Ubuntu 12.04
3. I log into twitter
4. I close incognito window
6. I restart chromium
7. I go to cookies, and find 10 cookies for twitter.
So any wordpress users in here?I'm currently working on a wordpress theme based on a vanilla crunchbang waldorf install. You can check it already on my blog - withouthegoStill needs plenty of work and finetuning though, but I'm thinking of putting it online for download. If any of you guys would want the source files to tinker with them, let me know.
Welcome to the Crunchbang family Byakko. It's a pleasure to have you with us.Honestly, Crunchbang is Debian. It's a particular way to set it up, but there are multiple threads that discuss how one can build #! from a Debian Minimal install. The nice part about #!