I've tried many linux distros, some I actually paid for but I think my search for my ideal os has come to an end.CrunchBang is small fast and seems to be well supported, I'm a happy bunny.:oRegards Derek
on 07/14/2010 – Made popular on 07/14/2010
Hello, I'm not newbie in linux at all, but had no much experience with command prompt. I had Using different linux distros at home since 2003, but all of them was with GUI (used PClinuxOS, OpenSUSE, gOS, Mint, now using modified Ubuntu).Just now got netbook (Acer Aspire One AOD255) so needed lightweight and fast distro.
Hello everybody,I am a newbie to the Linux world and to Crunchbang. After working with Xubuntu 12.04 for some month and trying various other distros on my netbook, I am now really happy witch Crunchbang.
Thank you for the Crunchbang OS.Been worried about XP so burned a DVD. That was the hardest part finding a decent burning program.Cannot believe how wonderful this OS is. Always been put off by the difficulty of connecting to the internet with linux.Now also got Kindle for PC working together with the ultimate program Filmon.No security worries & a very quick boot up.
Hello everyone,My name is Dan and I am a new user of Crunchbang Linux. I decided to try it on my HP 2133 Mini Note netbook. I was looking for a nice fast and lightweight distro for this little laptop. I am pleased to say I am quite happy with the relatively simple and painless installation. Having used several other distros I am pleased to see the learning curve is not too
hello...i am from indonesian, do you know bali? but i am not from there, i am in another land... but i want to say hello to all....i am new in linux, 2 years use linux. started with ubuntu and xubuntu, than i use puppy linux, damn small linux.
I love Crunchbang, don't get me wrong, but I'd like to try out some other distros (such as Fedora and Lubuntu) as well. How would I go about installing another Linux distro without screwing up my Crunchbang install? I already have some unallocated hard drive space set aside.
Greetings! I started out with an Apple II and a Mac back in the 80s, then moved to DOS/Windows PCs due to work. I put up with the well-known MS issues for years and things seemed to be moving in a positive direction with Win2k and XP (professional, not home). I resisted Vista until I went back to school and financial aid paid for a new laptop.
Hello :)Thank you for viewing my thread.Been using Linux in general for about a year now but before that I had mastered Mac and Windows within a three month period. I am pretty much an autodidact and learn very fast.Never going back. Linux is the best, and CrunchBang is the best of the best.I have used Ubuntu, Fedora, Linux Mint, Arch, BackTrack, etc...