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.
My old laptop died and I bought a new one today. It is an HP 15 Notebook PC. It comes with Windows 8. I'm planning to load Crunchbang linux and have a dual boot. It took a while, but I finally found the boot sequence to get into the BIOS setup.
I have a netbook msi u100 and I want to install Crunchbang 10. I use Unetbootin to create a bootable USB. Crunchbang is not included in the menu "select distro". Finally I use Universal USB installer http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal- -as-1-2-3/ .
Hello,Since I looked through these forums and through the wiki and found no definitive answer for this question but finally managed to get it to work, I decided to post my experience / solution here for others to use or improve upon.Date and version: 10.01.2012, CrunchBang 10 “Statler” R20111125Problem and objective: Have to install on a laptop that does not have a working CD/DVD drive and can
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.
Hi all,Completely new to linux and crunchbang, so please go easy on me!Bit of backstory - I got a netbook a few years ago with windows 7 on it and in all honesty, i've barely ever used it. It got slower and slower until the point of being impossible to use.