I'm new to crunchbang, but so far am loving it (I'm sure you get this a lot).
There's been one thing that's gotten in the way of it working 100% for me. I'm using a Dell Inspiron N7110 Laptop (17"), and when I plug in USB drives into the USB3.0 slots, they appear to sporadically work. Sometimes I get access to them, sometimes I don't. For some reason, they haven't been working at all for a few days now. I have not installed any new packages or changed anything system-wise since installation (installed a bunch of packages, nothing that would even minorly affect this). By "not working", I specifically mean that the system does nothing when they are inserted (cfdisk and gparted don't see them, they cannot be mounted using mount). The USBs are still powered (lights blink when inserted, USB fan works fine). The USB drives work fine in the USB2 slots.
I've had this laptop's USB ports working in Linux Mint, Ubuntu 12.04, Fedora 16 and Kubuntu. I suspect the drivers they use are part of distro-specific stuff, considering they work fine on those distros. I'm curious why the debian repos and/or linux kernel does not have the support built in. In a way it could, but it certainly does not work as well on crunchbang. Is there something crunchbang does on top of debian/the kernel that could disrupt USB3 usage?
I'd be happy to give log output and/or fstab/other config files.
BTW, everything else drivers-wise works perfectly on crunchbang. My wifi card works significantly better than any other OS I've used, including windows. So kudos on the dev team for that. (it could just be in the kernel, but still, something's working right)
Thanks in advance,