lcafiero wrote:Welcome, Xallater, to the ranks of the CrunchBang ThinkPad users! I've noticed through the forum and google, a lot of people still use old Thinkpads haha! I don't feel like a loser anymore
on 11/01/2012 – Made popular on 11/01/2012
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.
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 ;)
lcafiero wrote:First, welcome to CrunchBang.Second, sorry your having problems. When you say, "UEFI BIOS is supposed to make things simpler," obviously you're seeing first hand why this statement is not entirely accurate. Someone may come along with an answer shortly.
VDP76 wrote:drewdle wrote:But should I still call it CrunchBang? Or heavily modified Debian?good question, if you still have CrunchBang's repos enabled, I would call it #!... That's a good reasoning. Without the CrunchBang repos, this would be far less magical, I think. I just didn't want to give the wrong impression of the distro to others who may be looking over my shoulder.
I updated my system now, too and i have the same problem on my t61p (hotkeys not working anymore; same "acpi_listen" output).so "/proc" is disabled now in arch? but it still exists it on my newly updated system...is there any chance that the "thinkpad_acpi" module gets updated in the near future?
Hello satumadu and welcome to the show. satumadu wrote:"I know # is more for in-depth type linux users......" You have made me feel like I know what I'm doing ! Seriously though, Crunchbang is for everyone experienced, unexperienced, young and old. Remember to checkout the Sherlock Holmes spy glass at the top of the page for searches. Of course t
Hello all! I am considering installing Crunchbang but had some questions regarding driver support for an AMD Fusion powered Thinkpad, the X120e. I have used Crunchbang in the past on Intel systems, but have hesitations regarding the Fusion chipset.
I'm in the market for a PC ultrabook, but I see that the new line of ThinkPads, like the X240, came out in September-October of last year.
Is that the typical season for new models to be released? If so, I might wait a couple of months and stick with my 2nd generation Core-i3 notebook until then. But if there is no standard timing for refreshed models, I may just go ahead and buy something.