I found my way back to Crunchbang after a short stint on ZevenOS & Xubuntu. Just something about Crunchbang keeps me coming back. Good work on #!Sa2, running real smooth so far.Dawg:
on 12/05/2010 – Made popular on 12/05/2010
Good evening, fellow CrunchBang enthusiasts -My primary system is an HP Pavilion dv6000 laptop, currently running Xubuntu 12.04. Xubuntu has been my main distribution since July of this year; I ended up using it after browsing DistroWatch hoping for a non-Debian Xfce-based distribution.Xubuntu has been working all right for me, mostly - up until today.
coelacanth wrote:I first tried Crunchbang over a year and half ago and have since wandered all over the Linux landscape only to find myself back here. Before this I was fed up with the lack of freedom of Windows, tried Ubuntu, but still had an itch that needed to be scratched. Somewhere along the way I came across Crunchbang.
Just installed CrunchBang on CR-48, went very smooth, and this is my first install on CrunchBang.I must say I am very impress with #!, excellent work guys.Everything works great, and the performance is quite smooth, I even got transparency to work correctly.I'll put up some sort of Guide for installing #! on CR-48 if any one is interested.
This is kind of a strange home-coming. While I've occasionally checked the crunchbang site and forums, it's been years since I actively used it (ie. 8.10 release).Back then, I wasn't thrilled about the direction that Ubuntu was taking, so I bailed ship for Debian a little before corenominal's announcement that crunchbang would be doing the same.
Hey, I have used #! for about 2 years on my Asus EEE PC 701 netbook. Started with hearing about cruncheee. Searched it, installed it and got used to using crunchbang. Crunchbang is nothing short but a work of art.
Hi thereI'm not new to linux, but I'm not adverse. I used to use linux quite a bit and eventually stepped away from it for a while. Coming back to linux, I decided to try out a new distro and happened upon crunchbang. I hope to learn from using this flavour of linux and to have a good time playing with it.
I'm from across the pond (USA) and I've played around with Linux since about 1995/1996. My first distro was Mandriva or it may have been called something else back then.I discovered CrunchBang back in 2009/2010 and immediately fell in love with it. I initially installed CrunchBang on an Asus EEE-PC and was amazed that practically everything worked right after installation.&nb
Hi folks -My name is Tom and I'm a guy in my late 40s living in New York state. I've been using Linux on and off since 2001, and mostly since 2009. I reviewed Crunchbang back in May for my blog, but didn't keep using it after a week.