Well, lcafiero gave an interesting hint from the Ubuntu forums. I am sure we can use basically the same workaround to it, but in the Crunchbang way. Well, that taken that you don't need plain f6 to f8 keys for other purposes...
But now my problem is, where in the world are volume keys setup in #!, anyway?
I guess this is controlled by xfce4-volumed... So I guess inside the xfce4-settings package there should be a GUI dialog to set it up. But is it really worth installing it? Is there a "lighter" CLI solution to it? Or what is the command that does volume changes, so we can simply add the binding in rc.xml?
I installed Gbsplay , how do I play it?
gbsplay emulates just the sound hardware of a Nintendo Game Boy and plays just the sounds produced on a Game Boy, stored in a standard .gbs file format (gbs = Game Boy Sound).
To play Pokemon, you need a complete emulator. I use VBA Express for my Game Boy emulation needs. I have just tested it with Pokemon Red, and it seems to work fine. Just install the package vbaexpress, and then call the app from terminal or alt+f2.
You will also need a Pokemon ROM image in .gb file format. You can either do it yourself or download it somewhere from the internets. In most countries, this is illegal, though. Unless you have your own original Pokemon cartridge, which in some (not all!) countries gives you the right to have a backup copy. Pokemon is proprietary commercial software.
That said, I think it is forbidden to link to the ROM itself on these forums.
Yes, but ClamAV basically looks only for Windows viruses. Correct me if I am wrong. It doesn't really protect your GNU/Linux system from viruses, but your Windows partitions/machines/friends.
GNU/Linux alone is fairly safe from viruses. If you are using sudo carefully and consciously, if you don't install suspicious apps, and if you keep your system up to date, it is VERY hard to really get any virus just by chance.
@frankob: nice wall! mind sharing it?
Here you go! :-)
http://www.debianart.org/cchost/?ccm=/f … ingao/1335
Some are trying to bloat it here, others are trying to scarce it...
But in my opinion, if you are an intermediate (or more advanced) user, #! already is one of the best out of the box experiences out there, WITHOUT being bloated for that sake. And at the same time, it is one of the best lightweight distros out there, WITHOUT sacrificing standard modern functionality for that sake. It's in balance. And it should be kept that way.