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#1 Re: Off Topic / General Chat » Linux cellphones » 2012-05-26 11:12:09

@apm    I actually don't need a linux phone. And is of course bananas thinking that one could use xfce or gnome on a phone. The matter is that since cellphones are so similar to pcs, having a foss linux distribution on a phone would be very interesting. Not a fork like android.

@sheng  very interesting info. Thank you!

@zalew   I think I'll have to read some documentation big_smile

#3 Re: Off Topic / General Chat » Linux cellphones » 2012-05-25 07:46:38

actually I was thinking about something more like uninstalling the manufacturer's os and installing linux. I read that ubuntu for android works only when docked.

#4 Off Topic / General Chat » Linux cellphones » 2012-05-24 08:07:23

MazerTzu
Replies: 11

Cellphones are day after day more similar to computers. So, I was wondering, is it actually possible to install linux on them? I read about projects like neo freerunner, but I didn't get the feeling they really took off.
Any opinions? big_smile

#5 Re: CrunchBang Talk » #! Gamers » 2012-05-19 12:23:26

Defcon, Braid, (the good old) Starcraft and GTA 3 (on virtualbox), and I really like to be continuosly beaten by GNUchess

#6 Re: WM/DE Talk » [SOLVED] changing wm » 2012-05-19 12:13:29

F1, I think I'll have to remember it. Thank you very much! cool

#7 Re: Help & Support (Testing/Unstable) » Broadcom wireless issues » 2012-05-19 10:59:12

I experienced the very same problem you are having now. Upgrading to Waldorf, which is Wheezy based, solved everything.

#8 WM/DE Talk » [SOLVED] changing wm » 2012-05-19 10:42:36

MazerTzu
Replies: 7

well, that's embarassing. I installed XFCE, and now I can't get back to openbox... Any suggestions? XD
(I realise the noobness of this question... lol)

#9 Re: CrunchBang Talk » Why do you use #!Crunchbang » 2012-05-15 19:43:04

installation through daily netinstall builds went good. The matter was that after I chose debian from grub, all I got was an unusable black screen.

but #! works!

#10 Re: CrunchBang Talk » Why do you use #!Crunchbang » 2012-05-15 18:10:31

vicshrike wrote:

Waldorf is in fact based on Debian Wheezy, so I do not quite understand

neither I do XD

#12 Re: Feedback & Suggestions » wonderful! But... » 2012-05-15 17:46:01

Possibly, but you did ask a pertinent question. Thanks for raising it smile

Thank YOU for developing crunchbang!

#13 Re: CrunchBang Talk » Why do you use #!Crunchbang » 2012-05-15 17:39:38

1 debian wheezy at the moment has some kind of incompatibility with my gpu, while Waldorf works GREAT
2 very easy
3 incredibly fast
4 openbox is much nicer than I thought
5 AWESOME NAME

#14 Re: Feedback & Suggestions » wonderful! But... » 2012-05-15 17:24:21

I don't know if I got misunderstood, but I'll put things plain smile
I'm not critical, I think this is one of the best distibution I used from quite a bit. I know that setting up a root user is not very hard (if you had been using debian for some time, you just find it a little bit strange big_smile) and installing iceweasel is everything but a challenge. big_smile
I was just wondering cool

#15 Feedback & Suggestions » wonderful! But... » 2012-05-15 07:59:39

MazerTzu
Replies: 15

wonderful, but I was wondering why is there no root user? And mostly, why is chromium default instead of iceweasel/firefox?

#16 Help & Support (Testing/Unstable) » some silly questions on audio,tint, and debian testing » 2012-05-15 07:51:54

MazerTzu
Replies: 4

I just installed Waldorf, and I have this problem with the audio controller in tint. It was there after installation, but, after the very first reboot it was gone, and I can't find a way to get it back there. It's nothing serious actually, since everything else works perfect. I think it is related mostly with my total inexperience with openbox XD.

And now, my second silly question: since Waldorf "beta" is based on debian testing, when it eventually will go stable, is my installation going to get stable, or it will continue to install programmes from the next testing repository?

#17 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » wireless troubles » 2012-05-15 07:41:30

since I was having the very same problems I had with debian stable (for quite obvious reasons XD), I decided to upgrade to Waldorf. On Waldorf module assistant autonistall worked well, and now I have my wireless working. big_smile

#18 Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » wireless troubles » 2012-05-14 21:25:45

MazerTzu
Replies: 3

Hello everybody!
I just installed Crunchbang, but I'm having some troubles at installing wireless drivers...
I installed broadcom-sta drivers, then tried with module assistant autoinstall (m-a a-i), but it asks me for headers. After the installation of headers it hangs during module building, telling me that something went wrong. I read the log file, but it was rather cryptic for me :s
Any help?
Thank you very much!

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