hi guys.. Before this im only using windows 7.So i got no idea of using crunchbang..i do sume research bout this crunchbang..so,its not heavy like win7..CAN SOMEONE HELP WITH ALL YOUR KNOWLEDGE TO TEACH ME...TQ
This is what I get when I run sudo apt-get install g++:
libgtksourceview-3.0-0 is already the newest version.
libgconf-2-4 is already the newest version.
ibus-gtk is already the newest version.
libqtgui4 is already the newest version.
libgssapi-krb5-2 is already the newest version.
ubuntu-extras-keyring is already the newest version.
libpam0g is already the newest version.
Hello Crunchbang Users, I have been using Crunchbang for some time now and was starting to get worried that the project had disappeared. I was happy to see the post on Distrowatch and just installed the newest Crunchbang a couple hours ago. So far so good, except some weird character swaps on my keyboard. Where is the hash mark and why is my double quot
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.
Since I am new I thought I would introduce myself. I am 32 and have been using Windows for 10 years. I currently live in the states. Utah to be particular. A year ago I took the plunge into Linux. I started with PCLinuxos and loved it. It was not fulfilling all of my needs and it was a heavy distro, so I went distro hopping. I landed on CrunchBang a few months ago and have not looked back.
Hi,I maintain 2 pcs at home. The first runs opensuse 11.3 & the old one CrunchBang 10. Both are connected to a network as they share an internet connection.I want to set up CrunchBang as the NFS server & connect it with suse to tranfer files.Please help.T
Also see the following post by greenpossum:http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 91#p307991Don't forget to edit the title of your original post and prepend [SOLVED] to it once you feel that your issue has been solved.