gunnervi wrote:ew wrote:Ok, open a terminal window and enter the commands below,I did this, and nothing changed. I rebooted, and still nothing. Should I resort to re-installing #! now, or are there other things I can do to try and fix this?Is it Waldorf or Statler you use? If it`s Statler you probably would want to upgrade to Waldorf anyway, now that Waldorf is the new stable release.
This is meant as a thread to help out people that have done this and ran into a problem or two.I have just done a dist-upgrade from Statler to Waldorf, due to some problems with the installer: http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topic e-machine/It mostly went good, except for a few issues...1.
Hi there everyone!I'm wondering if I install Walforf will a simple dist-upgrade keep me running the latest and greatest of Waldorf or would I need to install any new images that get posted? I figured I should find out prior to replacing Statler.Thanks for your time!
hi,I am afraid I cannot help very much as for your first request, but maybe this page will... If you decide to reinstall Waldorf, as long as you do not touch the /home partition, everything should be fine...I won't go for Statler now that it is about to become old-Stable..it is just, well, old and Waldorf is already extremely reliable...
I currently run Statler on my laptop, but now I'm looking to install Crunchbang on my desktop. I was wondering whether I should install Statler or the latest beta on my desktop. If I install Statler, how easy will updating to Waldorf be in the future? I've never done an upgrade beyond just updating packages before. Will the move to Waldorf be simple as that?
Hey all.I originally had downloaded Waldorf, because I love the newest stuff, but after using it for about 2 days I quickly switched to Statler due to minor bugs. I am so neurotic about having the latest versions that I need to upgrade or switch distros; hopefully, the former.1. My keyboard and mouse would stay on after shutdown. Can this be fixed? Does not occur in Statler.2.