Aloha dear reader
I would like to buy one of those mini usb wireless adepters - that work out of the box with debian and thereby crunchbang.
Iv tried looking around the net not finding a list of what might work out the box, does anyone know something about this subject?
I looked around the net on this issue - I looks like gFTP is less reliable regarding transfer of files.
Now being a former windows user - and still use it from time to time. I started my journey to Linux forcing myself to replace nearly all my windows programs with programs that I knew would also run on Linux like FileZilla. It's a little bigger then gFTP but come on we are talking a few MB, but if it's more reliable regarding transfer of files AND could help the users jumping on the Linux wagon.... Win, win?
Hey I could probably use both programs without any problem - but I like having one program I can use on both systems *windows and Linux* you know!
Well, mayby gFTP is for windows also - Honest, I haven't checked... But if it's less reliable regarding file transfers - who cares then about FileZilla being just a little bigger in size?
So replacing gFTP with FileZilla would only be a good thing in my humble opinion.
Call it Juturna
Ahhh - well, then it's officiel Janice... Ohh, well just a name anyway.
Make the dropbox logo have egdes so you can depict it as a box?
Mayby a smart script before installation of new install of CrunchBang system to pick the programs you want - and let it reflect in the menu. *For advanced users*
Mayby more choices for even the leet people out there regarding which shell programs they need?
Just an idea - I do not know if it holds water.
We still haven't gotten VLC and Xchat icons made in the Crunchbang Colors BTW. Well, alot of icons regarding the programs that are with Crunchbang could have this done. Just a minor thing - but would make it even more Crunchie!
Il think of more.
The story of Juturna - does it not reflect Crunchbang a little? *Parallels*
Crunchbang being the transformed beautyfull nymph?
Ahhh - the beautyfull Crunchbang Juturna!
Default Background with some black and white tree's, water, flowers and a beauty-full nymph sitting at the fountain representing water, wishes, thankfulness and healing.
*We could have a background contest - for who could make the most beauty-full piece of art, reflecting both the Crunchbang style and having Juturna's values mingled together*
And it's a little "new age" as well - as some say we have or are not far from entering the Aquarius age - and that represents the water itself!
Crunchbang itself are a beauty - and why not let it reflect some deeper "spiritual" meaning in one of its versions.
Now that we have the chance!
I totally dig it - love it!
Aloha dear brothers and sisters
Grantz with the release. And I need to ask a "stupid" question now - just to be sure I understood right... I had the last unstable Waldorf - if I have that installed - I do not need to install the stable, am I right? *Hey I know, I am slow in some of the more normal subjects/stuff "normal" people take for granted, sorry*
Just making sure I am correct in the understanding...
And if I am correct - should I then make an sudo apt-get update, to update it to the new stable version?
With love and gratitude -
No-Thing But Divine
Aloha dear divine reader
Well... I am trying to find an solution to this - and looking at other bootloaders. I think it would be possible to try other boot loaders to fix this issue... Not that I have any experience with bootloaders - but I need to get this thing fixed!
So the bootloader is Grub 2 - that I am using for my USB key.... Now I read about syslinux, and reading more on the subject on bootloaders. There has to be a bootloader out there that will do the job without failing just because something in the computer is not as it want it to be.
Anyone with good experience with bootloaders and what could be a good choice for USB boot?
Heard about syslinux - mayby that will work out... Have to read more about it.
I have not found a solution for Grub 2
Tried to install crunchbang-10-20120207-amd64.bpo on the usb... *So now have 2 operating systems on the usbkey*
Well, still it hangs after pushing the 64 bit CB version in Grub on No-Thing3!
No-Thing2 that is really only a 32bit loads CrunchBang 64bit up - it stalls when loaded, but it shows that I did it right!
It looks like its something with Grub and my hardware or something... There must be a way around this!