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#176 2009-08-19 18:56:09

Kruce
Member
Registered: 2009-06-03
Posts: 38

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Got a new one.

Name:  ASUS EeePC 1000HE(B)
Processor:  Atom N270 (1.6 GHz)
Screen:  10.1"
RAM:  2 GB
HDD:  160GB
Graphics: Intel GMA950
OS: #! 9.04.01 and Windows 7 RC1
Comments: Eeebuntu Kernel 2.6.29.1 seems to work best with wifi performance, sound, ACPI, hotkeys, etc. (eee-control)

Last edited by Kruce (2009-08-19 18:56:28)

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#177 2009-08-20 17:25:04

Kdawgca
Member
From: California
Registered: 2009-07-20
Posts: 30

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Also got a new rig. Basically had to trade two laptops for it, but it runs #! beautifully. smile

HP dc7700s
Proc: Pentium D 945 3.4ghz
Ram: 1GB(only ddr2 desktop ram I have in the house is ECC, so I have to wait until I can upgrade)
HDD: 80GB SATA
Graphics: GMA 3000
OS: Dual boot XP Pro and #! 9.04(if I can get a cheap copy of Wind 7, I will probably run a VM)
Using a WMP54G(broadcom chip) PCI adapter. #! installation was fast, and no problems with partitioning or the other basics(sounds, resolution etc)


Terminal: There are many like it, but this one is mine. My Terminal is my best friend. It is my life.
I must master it as I master my life. My Terminal, without me, is useless. Without my Terminal, I am useless.
Currently using #! 9.04
Specs of my rig

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#178 2009-08-21 01:01:53

eshi
New Member
Registered: 2009-06-20
Posts: 6

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Processor: AthlonXP 3200+ @ 2.2 GHz w/ 512 KB cache
Mobo: Asus A7N8X-E  (Chipset: nforce2)
Memory: 1 GB
HDD: 200 GB Seagate, 300 GB WD
Optical: Lite-On DVDRW
Graphics: Geforce 6200
Sound: Old SB Live (on-board disabled)
Network: On-board Ethernet
Screen: 17" LiquidVideo LCD

Last edited by eshi (2009-08-21 01:02:48)

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#179 2009-08-21 17:30:14

Uncle Al
New Member
From: Sonora desert
Registered: 2009-08-16
Posts: 2

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Dell Dimension XPS T600 (circa 1999 desktop)
Pentium III 600MHZ (Katami)
768MB ram (maxed out)
IBM 34.6G HDD 7200 rpm
SBlive Value sound card PCI
Diamond Multimedia 770D Ultra video card (Nvidia Riva TNT2 Ultra) AGP
Sony CD/RW
Hitachi DVD player
PCI ethernet card
225W PSU
All original Dell factory installed parts with exception of the nic, and a couple of fans I added to help cool.
This old box just refuses to die, I have had no problems with it since I bought it.
(The best $2300 I ever spent on a computer.)


Everything IS temporary!

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#180 2009-08-25 02:38:44

aim
#! CrunchBanger
From: Christchurch, New Zealand
Registered: 2009-07-26
Posts: 227

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Just installed it on another computer, here it is;

Laptop Dell E1505
T2020 1.6ghz Core Duo
1gb DDR2-667
120gb HDD
15.4" panel @ 1920x1200

Dvd writer/Wireless/card reader/usb ports and all the jazz you usually get... etc

Great little machine, I almost prefer using it to my desktop. I think I need to set it up similar.

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#181 2009-08-25 14:57:38

elChupaNibre
Member
From: Melbourne
Registered: 2009-08-14
Posts: 45

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name:  Max
Processor:  Intel Core 2 Duo T7800 2.60GHz, 800 Mhz FSB, 4MB L2 cache
Screen:  17” TFT
RAM:  2GB DDR2
HDD:  2 x 200Gb
Optical Drive: HD DVD Rom (Damn you Blueray!), DVD Super Multi
Graphics:  ATI Radeon HD2600 512Mb
Sound:  Intel HDA
Network:  10/100/1000 Realtek Gigabit, Intel Wireless 4965AGN 802.11a,b,g,n, Bluetooth
Other:  6 x USB2.0, 1 x Firewire, Fingerprint Reader, Card Reader, HDMI, TV Out

Comments: I love this lappy, and so does #!

Last edited by elChupaNibre (2009-09-05 13:03:38)

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#182 2009-08-25 18:59:03

hkb2
Member
From: RTP, NC
Registered: 2009-07-24
Posts: 11

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Nothin' fancy:

IBM T42
1GB RAM
40GB HDD
Pentium M processor 1.70GHz
Radeon Mobility 7500

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#183 2009-08-26 16:14:09

urg
Member
From: estonia
Registered: 2009-08-02
Posts: 14

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

My laptop
Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 2.20 GHz 4MB 800MHz 35W
Ram 2GB
HD 5400rpm 250GB
Mobile Intel® 965PM Express Chipset
NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS 256MB
1Gbit/s Ethernet   
Intel® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN (802.11a/b/g/n)
FireWire 400Mbit/s
Bluetooth V2.0
4x USB


when the going gets weird, the weird go pro

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#184 2009-08-26 19:09:06

skyrocket.
New Member
Registered: 2009-08-26
Posts: 4

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name: MacBook Air Revision A
Processor: 1.6 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Screen: 13.3"
RAM: 2GB
HDD: 25GB Partition for #!
Optical Drive: None / External SuperDrive
Graphics: Intel GMA X3100
Notes: Runs perfectly with no problems, this replaced the Windows 7 installation on this Mac.

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#185 2009-09-03 12:07:32

hemu
Member
From: Finland
Registered: 2009-09-03
Posts: 10

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Bored at school, so i write my system here too:

CPU: Intel Core 2 E8500 @ 3,6 GHz
Screen: 2 * 19" screens (TwinView works nicely smile )
RAM: 2 * 2GB DDR2 800 MHz
HDD: 500GB + 1TB
GPU: Nvidia 9500 GT

Runs smoothly, running one virtual machine(WinXP) under crunchbang too, without any problems.

- smile

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#186 2009-09-03 14:13:36

mr.ouija
Member
Registered: 2009-06-30
Posts: 11

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name:  Dell Mini 9 w/ Crunchbang 09.04.01 and kernel 2.6.30
Processor:  Intel Atom 270 1.6ghz
Screen:  8.9" 1024 x 600
RAM:  2GB DDR2
HDD:  32GB SSD + 8GB SD Card
Graphics:  Intel GMA 950
Sound:  Intel
Network:  10/100 Realtek LAN, Broadcom 4312 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth via nano usb receiver
Other:  3x USB 2.0, 3-in-1 Card Reader

Works like a champ. Using Blueman to pair with an Apple aluminum bluetooth keyboard and may add a bluetooth mouse (currently using logitech wireless mouse w/ nano receiver) after I move from Korea to Italy. After I get to Italy I will also replace my Dell E1705 w/ a Studio XPS and convert it and my desktop to Linux (likely Crunchbang).

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#187 2009-09-03 15:45:04

taklertamas
#! CrunchBanger
From: Hungary
Registered: 2009-07-21
Posts: 187

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

so:

Dell Studio 1537 Notebook N series

2GHz Dual Core
2 Gb RAM
Intel GMA 4500 HD
160 Gb HDD
Slot-in DVD Dual Layer

And I bought It, without the Mo$t used and recommended Operating system, 'couse I like to f@k with Linux on it... :-D

Everything is working fine on my laptop...
I know it's not a hard core gaming Note...
And I use it like that way.
I use graphical appz(inkscape, xaralx, gimp, blender) and web developing tools...
All right, I got to tell you, Warsow is running on it sometimes... :-D
And hmmm yes, yesterday I tried Yofrankie on it, 'couse, last time it was a horror, thank's to the recent Xorg-Intel package..
, but now it works fine... :-D (yes, I know, I'm 33, but look at that cute, evil little face... Yofrankie rulez!)

Last edited by taklertamas (2009-09-03 15:48:55)


Dell Studio 1537+#! Waldorf || http://taklertamas.deviantart.com/gallery/

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#188 2009-09-06 06:52:15

jemt
#! CrunchBanger
From: Sweden
Registered: 2009-08-20
Posts: 135

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

OS: #! v.9.04.01; Kernel 2.6.28-13-generic
Name:  Laptop - HP G5000 (G5009EA)
Processor:  1.60 GHz Intel® Pentium® dual core processor T2060 (@1733MHz)
Screen:  15.4” WXGA @ 1280x800
RAM:  2 GB (upgraded)
HDD:        120 GB @ 5400 rpm
Optical Drive: Super Multi(:lol:) DVD Writer (+/-R +/-RW) with Double Layer support
Graphics:       Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 and up to 128 MB (shared)
Sound: (Altec Lansing® speakers) 3D Sound Blaster Pro compatible sound 16 bit integrated
Network:  High speed 56K modem; Ethernet 10/100BT - 802.11b/g WLAN integrated network interface; Bluetooth dongel;
Other:   3x USB 2.0 ports; S-video TV out

Comments: Everything work really good. But volume-buttons and cpu-scaling needed config.


"Falling is the first step to learning" and "those who have never fallen, they are unaware of their abilities".
- unknown

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#189 2009-09-06 14:52:00

goekhan
Member
Registered: 2009-09-02
Posts: 21

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name:        Acer Travel Mate 800
Display:     1400x900  14"
Processor: Intel Celeron 1,6 GHz
RAM:          512 MB
Graphics:   ATI Mobility Radeo 9000 64 MB

Runs fine. I tried Linux Mint Fluxbox CE before, memory use was a bit heavier on mint but not much (maybe 30 MB) but #! boots remarkably faster. Of course mint is a bit user-friendlier but I don´t mind editing config files most times and once the system is set, I won´t touch it anyway.

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#190 2009-09-06 17:33:31

thefunnelweaver
#! CrunchBanger
From: TX, USA
Registered: 2009-06-15
Posts: 121

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name: Dell Inspiron E1405
Processor: Intel Core Duo T2500 2.00 Ghz
Display: 14.1 1440x900
RAM: 2GB DDR2
HDD: 120 GB
Graphics: Intel 945GM

Pretty much sums it up.

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#191 2009-09-07 08:10:54

cctv
Member
Registered: 2009-09-05
Posts: 10

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

I will do the same for my primary computer, an old Dell laptop hooked up to
a 24 inch Dell TFT monitor. I just want to say that this distro runs more smooth
than any other distro i've tried so far. The laptop is really old and crappy which
makes it even more fun, everything works very well. I like the idea that
old hardware can be used for a longer time.

Name:  Dell Latitude D505
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor 1.60GHz, 2Mb cache, 400Mhz bus speed
Screen 1:  14.1 in TFT , 1024x768 (XGA )
Screen 2: DELL ULTRASHARP, 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
RAM: 1 GB SDRAM, 333Mhz (max 2GB)
HDD:  40GB, 5400rpm
Optical Drive:  CD-RW / DVD-ROM combo - Integrated
Graphics: Intel Extreme Graphics 2 Dynamic Video Memory Technology 2.0, 855GME Chipset
Sound:  Intel onboard
Network: Intel Pro/Wireless 2100 LAN miniPCI Adapter
Other:  USB2.0 laptop, USB2.0 external monitor, Firewire (laptop, never used it),

I will install your distro on my near future Nvidia Ion net-top aswell, which will replace my current
laptop as workstation this september.

Last edited by cctv (2009-09-07 08:13:19)

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#192 2009-09-07 17:41:29

andi
Member
From: Moenchengladbach, Germany
Registered: 2009-08-29
Posts: 26

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

My new subnotebook:

Name: Acer Aspire 3810 Timeline
Processor:   Core 2 Solo SU3500 / 1.4 GHz
Memory:  RAM 4 GB
HDD:  320 GB
Graphics:  GMA 4500MHD Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0
Network:  Gigabit Ethernet - WLAN : 802.11 a/b/g/n (draft)
Display:  13.3" TFT 1366 x 768 ( WXGA )
Webcam:  CineCrystal
Weight: 1.6 kilogramm
I'm quite satisfied. It's a great machine. In most reviews about this notebook it's said that the only disadvantage is the relatively weak processor. That makes the preinstalled vista relatively slow. wink
Of curse #! runs a little bit faster smile
The biggest + for me is the battery lifetime (6 to 7h normal use) and a 64bit processor (I need this for programming).
The only thing that does not work so far are the volume function keys. The function keys for brightness control do work.
And sadly supend to ram doesn't work with kernel 2.6.28.
For more information see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AspireTimeline/Fixes or write me a message.

PS: The bug "Blocked during Reboot / Shutdown" only appear with ubuntu, not with crunchbang.

Last edited by andi (2009-09-23 20:03:21)

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#193 2009-09-26 11:13:46

luvva_cuppa
#! CrunchBanger
Registered: 2009-09-06
Posts: 214

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Acer Veriton N260G  Nettop (purchased one month ago)

Processor: Intel Atom 280 1.66GHz
Memory: 1GB DDR2 667MHz (Max 2GB)
HD: 160GB
Display: fairly old Benq 17" lcd monitor
Graphics Card: Graphics Media Accelerator 4500M
Optical Drive: None supplied, but I use a crappy, E-bay, plastic-encased external one that works fine
Operating System: dual boot #!Crunchbang and Mint
USB Ports: 6 x USB 2.0 (4 Front + 2 Rear) I can only find five! Puzzling!
Mouse: Kraun with nice pretty changing coloured lights
Keyboard: Apple wired aluminum. A dream keyboard. You can have lots of fun discovering where they have hidden the # character, as there is no key.

A great set up which works as quiet as a mouse and surprisingly responsive. I have no problem doing all the standard stuff, as well as web development. Gimp is a little slow on large image processing but I can live with that. Am going to add a further gig of ram.
Crunchbang works a treat on the Atom Ant.

I have Crunchbang on my Samsung NC10 netbook too. Zips along!


"In spite of the cost of living, it's still popular."
Kathleen Norris

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#194 2009-09-28 01:36:14

cmb
Member
From: usa/ca/sd
Registered: 2009-09-08
Posts: 12

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Lenovo s10 (4231)
cpu: Atom N270 @1.6 Ghz
ram: 512 (built in)
       2gb corsair (1.5gb used)
monitor: 10.2" WSVGA 1024x800
disk: pqi 64gb ssd (120 mb/s linear read, 100mb/s random read)
color: black
batt: 3-cell
#!: 8.10 && 2.6.30 kernel

one thing cool about the ideapad as per netbooks is that it has the express card slot. so i rock a few 8gb ssd in there.

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#195 2009-09-30 21:32:03

JONOLewis
New Member
Registered: 2009-09-24
Posts: 7

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

wtangerine wrote:

Guess I'm the new candidate for the slowest machine here guys smile

Name: Compaq Armada 1750

Specs

   Processor:
   P-II 366Mhz

   Drives:
   6GB Hard-disk
   CDROM reader at 24x
   Floppy

   Memory:
   192MB RAM

   Video Card:
   3D Rage LT Pro AGP-133

System:

   #! 8.10

Performance:

   Hmm, in this part there's no good news. Some tweaking helped, but the system is still crawling really slow. Everything works, though, except for sound and 3D rendering. If you want to contribute to the fun of making this baby dance, please post your suggestions/notes here:

http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topic … ning-slow/

I really need some good advice in hardware and/or kernel compiling/tweaking.


I remember getting a 350Mhz machine back in the late 90's.  it was so FAST!  What happens?  How come 350 Mhz was fast then (and i was doing 3d graphics on Windows 95 for a living) yet now is excruciatingly slow?  What's happened to the OS's?  Shouldn't they becoming more efficient, not less? 

Perhaps you should pop on Windows 95? wink

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#196 2009-09-30 23:03:58

benj1
Wiki Wizard
From: Yorkshire, England
Registered: 2009-09-05
Posts: 1,084

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

JONOLewis wrote:

I remember getting a 350Mhz machine back in the late 90's.  it was so FAST!  What happens?  How come 350 Mhz was fast then (and i was doing 3d graphics on Windows 95 for a living) yet now is excruciatingly slow?  What's happened to the OS's?  Shouldn't they becoming more efficient, not less? 

Perhaps you should pop on Windows 95? wink

its what youre used to, it makes me laugh all these people with 4gb of ram and 3ghz processors then feel the need to state #! runs smoothly, or those with ancient 2ghz 1gb pcs

my second pc has 350mhz processor and 256mb ram and its fine with crunchbang.

my laptop has 512mb of ram and shock horror has used 20mb of swap

although having said that i always thought my 486 with 8mb ram was a bit slow, (c&c wasnt fun, or quake)
oh and dialup was never fun either.


- - - - - - - - Wiki Pages - - - - - - -
#! install guide           *autostart programs, modify the menu & keybindings
configuring Conky       *installing scripts

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#197 2009-10-01 03:11:31

shotmillions
Member
Registered: 2009-09-27
Posts: 20

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name: Dell Vostro 1700 (main laptop)
Processor: Intel Dual Core 2 Duo 2.1ghz
Screen: 17" TFT
RAM: 3GB
HDD: 250gb
Optical Drive: DVD+r/rw
Graphics: Nvidia 8600M 128mb
Sound: Lexicon Lamba (most expensive one here tongue?)
Network: Intel Wireless something

Name: N/A
Processor: AMD Althon 2800+
Screen: 17" TFT
RAM: 1GB
HDD: 200gb + 80gb
Optical Drive: DVD+r/rw
Graphics: Onboard (but tried and worked with ATI RADEON 9800)
Sound: MAUDIO AUDIOPHILE

and got it on another pc with simular specs but a little less powerfull.

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#198 2009-10-01 05:32:39

johnraff
nullglob
From: Nagoya, Japan
Registered: 2009-01-07
Posts: 3,031
Website

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

My candidate is an old Fujitsu laptop, 266MHz Celeron and 192MB RAM.
It ran Ubuntu + LXDE OK before and is now bravely struggling with XFCE so Crunchbang Lite should be an improvement...
Will report when I get round to doing it.

Last edited by johnraff (2009-10-01 05:35:24)


John
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( a boring Japan blog , idle twitterings  and GitStuff )
#! forum moderator

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#199 2009-10-01 14:37:24

crunchypilot
Member
Registered: 2009-09-30
Posts: 31

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Acer Aspire One (A0751h) Netbook
11.6" 1366x768 LCD
2GB RAM
32GB SSD
Intel Atom Z520 1.33 ghz
Intel GMA 500 (unfortunately)
Dual Booting #! 9.04 and XP (due to some issues with webcam/mic)

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Be excellent to each other!

#200 2009-10-01 15:23:19

Kookaburra
#! CrunchBanger
From: Orléans - France
Registered: 2009-09-03
Posts: 234

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Fujitsu-Siemens amilo Xi 2528-P5758
System:    Kernel 2.6.28-15-generic i686 (32 bit) Distro Ubuntu 9.04 jaunty
CPU:       Dual core Intel Core2 Duo T5750 (SMP) cache 2048 KB flags (sse3 nx lm) bmips 7980.44
           Clock Speeds: (1) 2000.00 MHz (2) 2000.00 MHz
Graphics:  Card nVidia GeForce 8600M GS X.Org 1.6.0 Res: 1440x900@50.0hz
           GLX Renderer GeForce 8600M GS/PCI/SSE2 GLX Version 3.0.0 NVIDIA 185.18.14 Direct Rendering Yes
Audio:     Card Intel 82801H (ICH8 Family) HD Audio Controller driver HDA Intel
           Sound: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture Version 1.0.18rc3
Network:   Card-1 Realtek RTL8111/8168B PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet controller driver r8169 v: 2.3LK-NAPI at port 3000
           Card-2 Intel PRO/Wireless 4965 AG or AGN [Kedron] Network Connection driver iwlagn v: 1.3.27ks
Disks:     HDD Total Size: 250.1GB (81.8% used) 1: /dev/sda FUJITSU MHY2250B 250.1GB
Partition: ID:/ size: 23G used: 6.5G (30%) ID:/home size: 204G used: 185G (96%) ID:swap-1 size: 0.79GB used: 0.00GB (0%)
           ID:swap-2 size: 3.55GB used: 0.00GB (0%)
Info:      Processes 146 Uptime 5:57 Memory 430.2/3023.4MB Client Shell inxi 1.1.13


wink

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