Hello all.I recently registered at this forum and am hoping to interact with some cool CrunchBang folks. I look forward to posting here!I have been using Linux a bit over a year now (since 12/2011). My main distro is Arch Linux, where I use DWM (Dynamic Window Manager). Aesthetically, I am a minimalist, so I enjoy making things as simple as possible (but no simpler). Crunch
I think the forum activity ranks as one of the highest in linux land at the moment :cool:I would put Arch and Ubuntu on a par but for a ,dare I say it ,'distrolet', crunchbang forum input is impressive.Keep up the good work :DPlus this has to be the friendliest forum I have experienced ;)
Hello All,I am new to Crunchbang OS and the forum. I Have been using Linux since 2007 and love it! I am a themer for the most part and learning about making art with Gimp as well. I run the LSF Forum and DA Group primarily and also am a Admin on the Ultimate Edition OZ forum. Well That is a little about me.
Hello!First post, tried to search everything around the google and read many many topics in this forum!So, I'm pretty beginner, I used older crunchbang for roughly ~2years and I have installed ubuntu for my parents computer.
Hello Crunchbang(#!) Member,I am a IT student here at philippines. Then our professor has give an OS review. Our group choose CrunchBang . Now my topic for the documentation for Crunchbang(#!) is Process Management. I don't have an idea about Process Management of Crunchbang(#!) . Please Help me to answer this question below about Process Management. 1.
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.
Hello all!Hope you are all doing fine. With the Crunchbang-Debian cooperation coming along, so I wanted to show you these wallpapers. Their ideas are so simple, and feel free to criticize, especially about the font because I personally don't like it much!. :DSo, let's start with the default. Simple black stoned-fashion Debian logo along with the silver-white gradient Crunchbang text.