Without Crunchbang or PuppyLinux my slightly broken old laptop would be in the bin and useless. Its an old Pentium III 1ghz Tiny 512mb machine I just use for watching .flv .mp4 videos on. Struggles these days but Crunchbang saved it. I currently use the last test release of Crunchbang on the machine but I used Statler before that. What an amazing OS and the only OS I look f
Howdy All,I've been using CrunchBang for about a year now. Initially I used CrunchBang to get a bit more life out of an old Pentium II laptop I was using for Xastir APRS (Automatic Position Reporting System) in my Ham Radio shack. It works so well I've been setting it up to run as a virtual machine on my MacBook Pro and it will become the primary OS on a machine presently run
Hi. I've been using crunchbang for a few months now, and it's great. However, a few days ago after I used my headphone jack, my computer decided to no longer play audio over my laptop's speakers. It just quit playing it over my headphones also a few minutes ago and I cannot find a convincing reason for this to happen. I've tried a variety of applications
Warning: Do not do this on a production machine.If it breaks you get to keep all pieces. No support for this in the Crunchbang Forums!It works like this: 0. Prerequisites: apt-get install git build-essential 1.
I run F12. Since some days my laptop has become very sluggish. In Mozilla, switching between the tabs takes like seconds instead of fraction of a second. Also minimizing and mximizing windows takes long. Switching between the windows too takes long. Now I can't see the cursor while typing this post.
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.
The servers of the popular CrunchBang Linux distribution have been under a DDoS attack for almost five days and there's no sign that it's going to stop anytime soon. CrunchBang users might have noticed that the repositories and other services have been rather slow or not even working for the past few days.