Hello all,I have been using crunchbang for now 3 weeks and I like it!!! My only real Linux experience before this was the one bundled with the eeepc and I am wondering why I haven't switched earlier!!!Y
on 08/26/2010 – Made popular on 08/26/2010
Hello all. I am new to the crunchbang world. I have been using Linux Mint for sometime on my desktop, but I have had trouble finding a good distro for my somewhat archaic laptop. It is an old box, but has updated RAM and an SSD. But anyways I tried a lot and of the few that worked crunchbang was my favorite. And it is growing on me more and more.
Got a new (for moi) EeePC 901 and already installed the latest Waldorf via last month's Waldorf update post.This netbook has 1 1.6GHz CPU, 2 GB RAM, a 4 GB hd, and a 16 GB hd.To be used for some webdev, lite-apps dev, constant apt-get update'ing , and a few standard apps (LO, Iceweasel, Chrome, GIMP, VLC, ...etc).Wondering how I could best optimize the current installation or re-install
Greetings Crunchbangers,First of all my name is Seth, and I am a new user to these forums. I am a 24yr old down to earth aussie guy, living in Sydney, who has had a little experience with linux but not enough for my current tastes!
I'm a Linux user back from the days of Slackware on floppies, but I have been on Windows and OS X for the last seven years. Now I'm messing around with Linux again, and I'm checking out a bunch of different distributions.
Hello everybody,I've been using Linux for as long as 18 years now and have seen many a distro come and go, tried out several and went along with Ubuntu in recent years. Until a Linux noob I've met a few weeks ago surprised me by showing me how he was feeling comfortable with #! on his EeePC 4G.
Hello Crunchbang forums! I'm trying out Crunchbang right now after using Ubuntu for about 3 years. I built this computer, installed what I THOUGHT was the newest Ubuntu version, only to be told a couple weeks in to upgrade right after I got comfortable What attracted me to Crunchbang was an experience I had with a computer I built out of parts I literally found in the garbage.
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.