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.
Hello, I've read plenty about 'workarounds' for the horrific fonts in an otherwise great release of Statler. Are there plans to fix this problem prior to a release? One of the things that attracted me to CrunchBang originally is that it not only worked fast and worked well, but it also looked great too. CrunchBank 9.04 is still in use on a couple of my PCs.
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I there an Username: and Password: I had trouble with Username: and Pass: after installation with the last release also. Installing an even earlier release; I could then login without problem and, then apt-get dist-upgrade. I would like to install anew again from the latest (“Statler” r20110105) release. thanks. Searching the forums didn't reaveal the answers i expected.
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HelloCan somebody tell me if GNOME 2.32 will be available in statler? I need the new glib/gio (2.26) version.If not, is there a save way to get it into my crunchbang installation? I'm not familiar with debian repo stages and all that.shkn
As I'm sure many here will remember, whenever a new "point release" of Statler came out, the most reliable upgrade path was, unfortunately, a clean install. Has anyone heard anything about Corenominal developing a more painless upgrade path for getting from Statler to Waldorf? (Perhaps a script?)Looks like someone's recently tried such an upgrade through editing sou