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#1 Re: News & Announcements » The end. » 2015-02-26 11:05:44

Oh No!  sad
All good things come to an end I suppose.  hmm
Many thank you's for creating #! - almost everyone I know who uses Linux has tried it out at some point and several people I know swear by it - it's THE distro of choice, so I have to say I'm a bit perplexed as to the comment about it having no value, but perhaps I need to carry on my own journey into Linux and go the vanilla Debian route. Would very much like to see a script as mentioned on page 1 of this thread that configures a vanilla Deb install like #!

Myself I think I'll still be running this last iso for a while yet - nothing else compares in terms of stability. #! runs perfectly. Solid as a rock.

All the best in your new passions and interests and again many thank you's - #! has a unique place in the Linux world.

#2 Re: Help & Support (Testing/Unstable) » Lenovo B570 running hot » 2014-02-02 13:10:08

Tried with 3.2.0-0 but no change. Running at 62 with not much going on.

#3 Help & Support (Testing/Unstable) » Lenovo B570 running hot » 2014-02-01 18:47:48

junagu
Replies: 2

My Lenovo B570 laptop has started to run hot and the fan seems to be working overtime. I've got all the usual suspects installed (cpufrequtils e.g.) and am using the 3.12-9 liqourix kernel. The temp steadies in the mid 60's. Can anyone help me troubleshoot this?

#4 Re: CrunchBang Talk » Why do you use #!Crunchbang » 2012-04-29 03:29:15

I like that it has Brit origins and humour.
I keep on looking for other distro's that might tempt me away (Bodhi got close, I'm curious about SUSE) but nothing comes close really. I run #! on a tiny netbook and can do pretty much anything I need. There are a few stumbling blocks (like screencapture video or getting a new Wacom tablet to work, but that could very well be down to my inexperience with the command line and my under-powered netbook) but basically it does everything I need it too, has all the software I need and it Works.
I love that it is really stripped down (decruftied) and Debian is a joy. Can't wait to get it on a more powerful machine.

#6 Re: News & Announcements » Updated Statler Images » 2011-11-30 02:35:46

Hi All,
just running the latest distro-release.
It's really getting there#! Great work Mr Crunchbang#!
Quite glad to be rid of xfce in a way, Fed up of tweaking WM's and what not anyhow. It seems that finally some of my longstanding issues have been sorted out on a Debian based release. Mainly my lo-power realtech wifi card in my little netbook that has always required a lot of faffing about to get it to work. Prob the chosen kernel for this #! release.
The only thing that I've changed is arandr instead of grandr, as it can save different configurations and I just like the layout more.
Ages ago I used to use Mint Fluxbox so thankfully I wasn't totally lost with Openbox, as it is a lile bit obscure. But now I really like it as I'm tired of the bloat, even in XFCE.
I appreciate being decrufted I can tell thee.
Again, many thanks! Best distro I've used so far in so many ways.
I'm running a Dell inspiron mini, btw.

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