Hi guys,I'm new to Arch Linux. Okay I'll be straightforward and tell you I'm using ArchBang. I honestly thought it was just Arch with an easier install and OpenBox but Arch users have said otherwise. I've been loving using ArchBang. I love Pacman and the AUR and all the other things that go with Arch but I want to use pure Arch.
I installed archlinux but I want to get the look and feel of Archbang.
Is there a way to find the config files or scripts for Archbang?
http://bbs.archbang.org/viewtopic.php?id=2501 gives a list of packages but I also want the resources and quick ref of key bindings in the background, menus, default application and other things I don't know about.
We are pleased to announce our new ArchBang-Rc release, some old favourites have returned. Now shipping with Spacefm, Leafpad, Deadbeef as well as obmenu-generator. ArchBang Linux is a lightweight distribution based on Arch Linux. Using the Openbox window manager, it is fast, up-to-date and suitable for both desktop and portable systems.
ArchBang 2014.02.26 RC, a simple GNU/Linux distribution which provides you with a lightweight Arch Linux system combined with the Openbox window manager, has been released and is ready for testing. The new Release Candidate for the ArchBang Linux distribution is now ready for testing, and from what we're seeing, it's even faster than the previous versions.
I started the new year good with a new Dutch blog: arch on wooden shoes: http://archopklompen.blogspot.com/In Holland I don't know many people using arch and I want to help spread the message.I will be posting about the proces of configurating after a typical Archbang install and how to configure Openbox.
Well, use whatever you're more comfortable with. Never tried ArchBang and I don't plan to try it soon. CrunchBang gives a rock-solid stable experience. Arch gives more control and being a rolling distro you got latest software if this is something you need. CrunchBang is ready to go out-of-the-box, Arch requires some tinkering. It's all up to you in the end.