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#1 Re: News & Announcements » Redirecting to BunsenLabs » 2015-10-07 15:02:39

Why do I get the feeling that deputy's name is "Curly"?

#2 Re: News & Announcements » The end. » 2015-02-08 03:50:38

I just now realized what's been bugging me all day long---


I   A L R E A D Y   M I S S   M Y   C R U N C H B A N G ! ! ! ! ! yikes


Well, never mind. I guess it's still good for a year maybe, so I'll make the most of it while it yet lives, and I'll definitely be looking for the great fork which will no doubt appear: "LibreBang!" . . . or maybe "FreeBang!"  lol

#3 Re: News & Announcements » The end. » 2015-02-07 13:57:05

Not good news for us working users who have come to rely on the speed, power, stability, flexibility, configurability, good-looks, friendliness, and overall good taste of this, one of the all-time greatest fashionings of an operating system.
However, life goes on, and we grow and we go.
Here's truly hoping the genius that is Crunchbang can continue in another form. I don't want to have to ask for a refund. smile

#4 Re: Introductions » happy to have landed » 2015-02-04 15:26:00

daosein wrote:

Now I just have to get down to some work....

Excellent post altogether, daosein.

If there's one thing Crunchbang can do, it is being able to get you doing real work quickly and with minimal hassles (or in my case, NO hassles whatsoever.)

Enjoy the ride!

#5 Re: Introductions » Obligatory introduction post. » 2015-02-04 15:19:11

Welcome, zimzam. Love the username!

Learn all you can about Crunchbang, and it will pay off for you!

#6 Re: Introductions » New user + Praise. » 2015-02-04 15:15:50

Welcome to the Resurrection OS--- #!

Enjoy!

#8 Re: Introductions » ./SayHello.sh » 2015-01-27 21:40:51

You are in good company.  Welcome to our world.

#9 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » Is crunchbang easier to use than Debian? » 2015-01-27 21:38:18

Glacier_Infinite wrote:

I'll take crunchbang. It will just work out of the box and I can configure at my own pace . . . . .

Keep chanting that to yourself day and night, from the time you get up in the morning and all day long until you go to sleep and even while you are trying to fall asleep.   You will be glad later.  smile

#10 Re: Introductions » intro post » 2015-01-19 22:53:56

Many welcomes!  #! should be called "The Circular Distro."  Those of us who have given it an honest try always seem to come full circle back to it.

Cheers.

#11 Re: Introductions » Sup beautiful people of #! » 2015-01-19 22:50:36

Ahh! You have discovered most honorable distro in world.

Peace, tranquility, and stability now be promised upon all your future computing efforts.

Welcome!  Enjoy!  (and learn all you can about #!)

#12 Re: Off Topic / General Chat » Automate the back-up system: What do you use? » 2015-01-15 15:05:20

I've used Luckybackup for automated backup tasks. It's a fairly simple gui app but has a good set of useful options.  There's a user manual at http://luckybackup.sourceforge.net/manual.html

#13 Re: Introductions » Hello! » 2015-01-13 15:16:11

Many welcomes to you, strupmx!

Glad you decided to plunge into the #! community!!

#15 Re: Introductions » Howdy! » 2014-12-11 14:56:52

Hello, tk! Welcome to a computing world made from the fusion of simplicity with pure genius---#!

#16 Re: Introductions » Hello There! » 2014-12-11 14:53:05

#! is definitely the distro of many Linux users' dreams!  Welcome!

#17 Re: Introductions » Good Day » 2014-12-11 14:51:53

Crunchbang is nicknamed "The Switcher."

#18 Re: Introductions » Hello! » 2014-12-08 14:22:39

Greetings from Crunchbang-land and thanks for choosing this great great distro. We are sure you will enjoy your stay.
Did you bring any coffee for us??

#19 Re: Off Topic / General Chat » Tried out any text editors recently? » 2014-11-22 18:49:41

Geany works fine for me. Can't say how well it does for coding, since I don't code.

#20 Re: Introductions » Hi, greetings from Guatemala » 2014-11-22 18:44:12

Bienvenido!

Thanks for giving #! another thumbs-up vote!!

And ahhh, yes, some freshly roasted Guatemala coffee beans would be wonderful around here!

#22 Re: Introductions » Sold! » 2014-08-16 14:58:13

Welcome, Lifo!
It's a great pleasure to see the numbers of well-educated, discerning, and overall smart people who are recognizing the quality of Crunchbang. It is a truly intelligent distro with the added bonus of being comfortable to use for real work!
Enjoy!!

#23 Re: Off Topic / General Chat » Coffee is a food group » 2014-08-05 04:58:15

linuxreign wrote:

@
@dummie789 Albrook uh?, Me and my mates back then used to stop by the "Bohios" near the Base back entrance, if you remember accesing the Base through the back entrance and then to the right, there were 3? bohios, that was a place to listen Metal, have beers and hang with the girlfriends, great times....or the Amador's Causeway on sundays....
LR

I may just take you up on your offer of free samplers. Though I'm worried about the violence that will be done to my wallet when I order a ton of your beans after trying your samples!
  And, ah yes, the bohios. I lived near the back gate, and frequently I would pass those bohios when I went out jogging just after sunset. Perhaps I spied you and your cronies there at one time or another. Who knows?  And the beautiful causeway. It was my favorite hangout on my days off from work. Met some very interesting people there, mostly female  smile  Wow. Thanks for the memories. I hadn't thought about those places for years--too busy with Linux, I guess wink

#24 Re: Off Topic / General Chat » Coffee is a food group » 2014-08-01 00:35:17

linuxreign wrote:
dummie789 wrote:
linuxreign wrote:

Panamanian Coffee anyone? wink

Edit: Fixed the link

I can attest to the excellence of Panamanian cafe. I served in the US military in the Canal Zone way back when, and freshly roasted Panama beans made some of the bestest brew I've had anywhere in the world! Even better than the Colombian, probably because of the freshness of the beans.

@dummie789 right you are, right now I'm blending some and the fragrance is flooding the house...
When exactly were you around? the 80's?

LR

Yep, mid 80's at Albrook Air Force Station.  Man, you're making want a good cup of Joe really badly!

#25 Re: Off Topic / General Chat » Coffee is a food group » 2014-07-29 18:38:14

linuxreign wrote:

Panamanian Coffee anyone? wink

Edit: Fixed the link

I can attest to the excellence of Panamanian cafe. I served in the US military in the Canal Zone way back when, and freshly roasted Panama beans made some of the bestest brew I've had anywhere in the world! Even better than the Colombian, probably because of the freshness of the beans.

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