lcafiero wrote:Since you asked, I write two: Larry the Free Software Guy, which is all about Free/Open Source Software, and Larry the CrunchBang Guy, which is about CrunchBang.vicshrike wrote:Just click on icafieros signatures, and you will meet Larry. What kind of wireless card do you have? Maybe you could troubleshoot the problem in the support section?@lcafiero, great.
Hi, all --I mentioned this a few months ago and now that we're getting closer to the date, I wanted to mention that CrunchBang has a booth at SCALE 11X (the Southern California Linux Expo) in February. Since the CrunchBang Planet is not yet up and running, I'll post the link to my Larry the CrunchBang Guy item, posted today, here:http://larrythecrunchbangguy.wordpress.
Perhaps taking a bit of the spotlight from the new Galaxy Note 4, the Galaxy Note Edge is essentially a Galaxy Note 4 with a special curved display on the edge of the phone. Thus, the super clever name. The Galaxy Note Edge has almost identical specs to the Galaxy Note 4, save for a slightly smaller battery and, of course, a random display hanging off of the side of it.
The Samsung Galaxy Note series has just gotten a huge update with not one, but two new devices: the Note 4 that everyone expected and the surprise in the form of the Galaxy Note Edge, a smartphone with a screen that wraps around one of its sides. The latter will certainly get all the eye-balls, as this new curved display actually adds to the functionality.
I picked up a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 yesterday and found that the Pocket eDGe's stylus and Note's S-Pen are compatible. Which is great because I use my edge as my primary note taking device and e-reader, but I often am holding my Note's S-pen.
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.