Hello friends of CrunchBang!I'm about to install CrunchBang on my ThinkPad X220. Is there anybody here who has already done so? I'd love to hear about your experience with CrunchBang on the X220. Are most things working out of the box? Is or was there anything that required special attention?Many thanks for any feedback!Cheers,Bbqmmh
pvsage wrote:@Chooch: We at the CrunchBang Forums try to be as neutral as the Swiss. All political and religious ideologies are to be respected and tolerated here, regardless of whether we personally find them offensive or ludicrous.I like to think that even Giorgio Tsoukalos would be welcome here, despite the views he expresses on the History Channel.Yeah, I like that philosophy [Crun
Ok, I'm a stupid user, how do I install Crunchbang from usb drive? I am being returned to "cannot find cdrom" screen. Well that's cause I don't have it, I use netbook, as 90% of my friends do, as the majority of people do these days actually. They don't use, how do you call it, a cd thing.So how do I do it? Do I need to switch to another tty?
ohnonot wrote:my personal experience with installing debian is that it needs so much attention and tuning that, once your done, you could call it a distro ;-)not that i ever succeeded!i think i even tried to build an openbox desktop on top of a bare, non-X debian install. like op originally asked.
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!
Hi!I've been using linux for around 8 years (mostly ubuntu). Recently I've been using windows just because I got a new computer and I didn't feel like installing a new OS since windows was working fine.
Hi, I'm forum newbie with some experience with crunchbang linux and many years experience with linux in general.I'm trying to get Alpha2 working on my EEE Pc 1008p, but it seems rather impossible to get the brightness over 46%. Has anyone else experienced similar problems?