Hi All,This is my first post, with this I like to introduce my self as Linux beginner. But I have lot of interest in Linux. I have tried many flavour of Linux, including Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, Debian. They are good but I like very lightweight and mostly includes everything. Finally I installed CrunchBang and on first impression only I started to enjoy it.
Hey guys,I just have some quick questions...1) I just installed Python 2.7, but where did it go and how do I see / use it? When you install any application, where does it go?2) Can I pin programs? Like in Ubuntu / MintBasically, those are the only questions.. I came from using Ubuntu for a long time I figured why not give Crunchbang a try.Cheers,Mike
Holla :DI just found out about crunchbang. I like that its Debian based.I'm been using Debian for the past 2 years, really liked it, I recently installed Ubuntu 10.10 on a new laptop as Debian Lenny was getting a bit old, and I wanted to try out Ubuntu.
Testing crunchbang for a month or so.I am a complete beginner in all matters linux but have (quick-)tested some distributions like ubuntu, l.mint, debian, fedora, etc. and must say that crunchbang is the only one where I don't get the impression of a bloated system or a clumsy, non-ergonomic enviroment. Strangely it has more or less nothing I need to remove...
Today I happened to boot my CrunchBang liveUSB on someone's PC. He had never heard of Linux. I was amused by his question: "Is Linux black and white?".Some people (especially geeks) prefer dark themes, but most people don't. I could suggest something like my desktop or something like the Lubuntu default theme.
Crunchbang Waldorf based on Debian Wheezy. #! is a distribution with very a easy configuration. The reason is the standard activation of non-free software/firmware and some other optimizations.To install a media server so you can use a normal Debian Wheezy and configure and install everything on your own or use Crunchbang. For problems see the Crunchbang or Debian community.
/dev/zero wrote:rmcellig wrote:Is the beginner's guide all I need to install this distro?It is highly recommended that everyone who installs Arch Linux reads the Beginner's Guide from top to bottom. However, it is not sufficient by itself. You also need to be willing to do your own research when questions or problems arise.
I'm trying to install PHP5, by compiling it myself.
I'm doing this on Crunchbang Linux, version 11. Specifically, the version using the 3.2 kernel. Crunchbang 11 is based on Debian. This is a 64-bit Virtual machine, running on a 64-bit Win7 Professional.
Hello everyone! I am Ratul from Bangladesh :) I have been using Linux, mainly Ubuntu for some time now. Tried out Crunchbang and other alternatives from time to time, but never got my mind set upon one. Besides, I didn't have my PC in my room before, so I couldn't just install whatever OS I wanted to!