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#1 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » #! CrunchBang waldorf liveUSB with persistence » 2015-08-22 07:40:51

Hi, I recently asked how to set up a usb with persistence, and got referred to this post. However, during the first step, It asks me about start and end sectors which, as I'm fairly new to linux, I don't understand. You don't mention it as far as I can see and I can't find anything on Google.
What should I do?

#2 Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » persistent boot from usb » 2015-08-19 15:38:04

Replies: 7

Hi, does anyone know if there is a way to boot Crunchbang from usb, but for it to be persistent? I want to be able to carry around my settings and preferences and installed software on a usb. I have managed it with Xubuntu and puppylinux but I couldn't find a way with crunchbang. I wondered if it was possible as I much prefer Crunchbang

#3 Help & Support (Stable) » how do I get it » 2015-08-14 07:18:17

Replies: 3

I've never used Github before and I don't know how to download it.
Can anyone explain?

#4 Help & Support (Beginners) » I don't understand how to install software » 2015-08-13 08:32:34

Replies: 4

I want to install atom text editor and have downloaded it but I don't understand how apt-get works. I've typed sudo apt-get install atom-amd64 but it say it can't find it. Helpl?

Thanks in advance

#5 Help & Support (Beginners) » user accounts » 2015-08-13 06:53:06

Replies: 2

I'm running #! waldorf off a live usb, however when I boot up for the first time it doesn't bring up the welcome screen. When I write cb-welcome in the terminal it tells me I need sudo access for that command however I don't know the sudo password.

Furthermore, whenever I shut down the system, everything I did was lost, including Libreoffice and Chromium which I downloaded through the shortcut links.

Basically, I want to know how to set up user accounts and how to access  sudo in the terminal. I'm new to all this and hope someone can help me, as apart from that I think #! has a really sleek UI.

Thanks in advance :D

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