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#101 2009-03-12 17:28:19

Hanna
Conky Queen
From: Finland
Registered: 2008-11-29
Posts: 760

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

I know very little about my current computer. My old lappy died in a little tea accident.

Anyway I needed new (or used) computer fast and with little money (as I am poor student) and now I have two years old office computer - Compaq Evo. And #! works, woot!

In plans I have getting more ram (atm 512mb) and another HD (atm 40gb).
It has Intel sticker and had XP pr sticker but not anymore wink


HANNA (without "h" in the end) likes green and #! smile
Also know as ultraturquoise online

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#102 2009-03-18 02:14:49

emdee
New Member
From: Akron, OH
Registered: 2009-03-18
Posts: 1
Website

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name:  Acer Extensa 5420-5687
Processor:  AMD Turion 64 x2 - 1.9GHz, 2x 512 KB Level 2 cache
Screen:  15.4” WXGA
RAM:  2GB DDR2
HDD:  160GB
Optical Drive:  DVD-Super Multi DL
Graphics:  ATI Radeon Xpress 1250
Sound:  Realtek
Network:  Broadcom 802.11b/g
Other:  4 x USB2.0, 1 x Firewire, Bluetooth, IrDA, SD card reader

Comments: Runs everything great. Switched to crunchbang from Fedora.

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#103 2009-03-19 07:40:20

stopie
#! Die Hard
Registered: 2009-02-02
Posts: 547

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Expanded upon the sig:

Mini 9 with 2GB RAM, 16GB SDD, 2GB SD Card
Gateway MX6427(?) - 1.7GHz Athalon, 1GB RAM, 80GB HDD

The gateway is a 1/2 laptop and 1/2 in-progress-server thats connected to a 320GB External HDD that will function as a media server for the house, and a backup laptop when I need one.

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#104 2009-03-20 00:59:20

Korvalis
New Member
From: South Yorkshire, UK
Registered: 2009-02-23
Posts: 8

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name:  Acer Aspire M3200
Processor:  AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+
Screen:  19" @ 1280 x 1024
RAM:  2GB DDR2
HDD:  2 x 500 GB
Optical Drive:  DVD±RW
Graphics:  NVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS
Sound:  Realtek

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#105 2009-03-20 15:25:16

leapy
#! Member
Registered: 2009-03-20
Posts: 61

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name: DELL XPS M1330
Processor: Intel Core Duo T7500
Screen: 13" or 15" (?) 1280 x 800
RAM: 4GB
HDD: 200GB
Graphics: Onboard Intel 965 Express
Sound: Onboard something or other
Networking: Intel Wifi N 4965AGN

All working out of the box - brilliant #!.

Dual boot with Windows 7 was a little tricky to set up but now working fine.

L

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#106 2009-03-23 16:12:36

rigosantana3
Banned
Registered: 2009-02-10
Posts: 312

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

User: rigosantana3
PC Type: Compaq
Processors: Intel Duo Core Celeron@4Gz
Cryptographic Co-Processor: Sony MIPS R400 @1Gz
Screen: (laptop) 16"
RAM: 1GB
HDD: 80GB
Graphics: ATI Radeon
Sound: Conextant
FTL Drive(s)
  Intel 802.11 G,B,N
   Ativa 54g PCMCIA
    RJ-11
     ETHERNET

Last edited by rigosantana3 (2009-03-25 19:48:43)

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#107 2009-03-23 19:52:23

manimal347
New Member
Registered: 2009-03-23
Posts: 4

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Just the standard. Asustek 900A Best Buy edition eee PC. For those who don't know: 1.6GHZ Atom, 4GB Phison SSD, 1GB RAM, 1024x600 screen, GMA950. All the power of as lowly Tualatin Mobile ~1GHZ P3, but it's still snappier than most new Vista desktops. I think CPU + disk subsystem speed is now irrelevant for casual computing, and keyboard + screen quality play a much larger role in increasing business/academic productivity.

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#108 2009-03-23 20:02:55

patrickstein
#! Die Hard
From: Texas, USA
Registered: 2009-01-26
Posts: 501

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Just built a new bad boy:

AMD Phenom X4 2.6 GHz, quad-core
8192 MB DDR2 800, dual-channel (4 x 2048 MB)
NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT, 512 MB
4 x 1 TB SATA 3.0 Gb/s, 7200 RPM
20X DVD±RW, dual-layer

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#109 2009-03-28 06:02:46

NWAdawg
Bob Da Dawg!
From: Arkansas US
Registered: 2008-11-27
Posts: 192
Website

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

My mother bought a new laptop, so she gave me her old HP laptop. because my old gateway was on its last leg, I pulled hdd out of my Gateway, which CrunchBang was already installed on it. It booted without any problems. Very happy! All i had to do is change my router [wpa mac address]

Name: HP Pavillion zv6000
Processor: AMD Semtron +3200
Screen: 15.4” WXGA [1280x800]
RAM: 1,280 DDR
HDD: Travelstar 100 GB
Optical Drive: DVD-CDRW
Graphics:ATI xpress 200m
Sound:  ATI sb400 AC '97
Network:  Reltrek rtl-8139
Wireless: Broadcom BCM4318 802.11/g {airforce one 54g}
Other: 3 x USB2.0


-Bob- 
Ubuntu User #24005, Linux User #480025
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#110 2009-03-28 14:01:13

KFC
#! Member
From: North West UK
Registered: 2009-01-22
Posts: 53

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Currently just using #! on my eee 901, but I'm intending on buying a desktop with the following specs sometime in the next month, which will almost certainly have a CB partition:

Name:  Custom built
Processor:  Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (2.4GHz, 1066Mz) Socket 775 L2 8MB Cache (2x4MB)
Screen:  26" Belinea LCD, 1900x1200
RAM:  8GB DDR2 (probably Crucial)
HDD:  500GB Western Digital SATA II 7200RPM 16MB Cach
Optical Drive:  Pioneer 20x DVD±RW Dual Layer SATA
Graphics:  ASUS 9600GT 1GB DDR3 Dual DVI HDTV out PCI-E Graphics Card
Sound:  In built
Network:  In built ethernet, Belkin Wireless N PCI card (possibly just G depending on price)
Other:  750W PSU, possibly a fan controller/card reader panel for the front

Comments: Looking to get most of these bits from Ebuyer, except the screen which I already have. If anyone has any suggestions on better alternatives feel free to let me know.

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#111 2009-04-05 08:56:11

ant2dote
New Member
Registered: 2009-04-05
Posts: 2

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Experiment machine: Rebuilt compaq evod510 with case hacksawed open to fit an ATI 9200 video card! 1.5gb 3200 (running at 2100). P4 2.4 ghz. Runs through TV. Works fine although not sure how effective 'radeon' driver is..

Laptop: Samsung Q210 Core2 duo 2ghz - Purrs like a kitten. Nvidia drivers.

Also ran smoothly on an old SiS 962 mobo with a Celeron 2.4 (before I fried it due to constant tinkering/swapping cpus)

Favourite distro.

Have installed fail2ban and Guarddog for security...

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#112 2009-04-05 20:42:31

Bane
#! CrunchBanger
From: Carlisle, UK
Registered: 2008-12-28
Posts: 135

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

EeeBox

Processor        : 2x Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N270   @ 1.60GHz
Memory        : 1025MB (405MB used)
Operating System        : Ubuntu 8.10 #! CrunchBang

-Display-
Resolution        : 1152x864 pixels
OpenGL Renderer        : Unknown
X11 Vendor        : The X.Org Foundation
-Multimedia-
Audio Adapter        : HDA-Intel - HDA Intel
-Input Devices-
USB Keyboard
Logitech USB Trackball

-Printers (CUPS)-
Deskjet-F2100-series

-IDE Disks-
ATA ST9160310AS
Generic- Multi-Card
HP DVD Writer 1040r
Maxtor OneTouch


Hail #!

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#113 2009-04-06 07:49:08

pobolch
New Member
From: munich, germany
Registered: 2009-03-30
Posts: 5

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name: DELL Latitude 620 ATG
Processor: Intel Core 2 T7200 2 x 2GHz
Screen: 14” WXGA [1280x800]
RAM: 2.048 MB DDR2
HDD: Travelstar 100 GB 7.200rpm
Optical Drive: DVD-CDRW
Graphics:Intel GM945 onboard
Sound: Intel onboard HDA
Network: NetXtreme BCM5752 Gigabit Ethernet PCI Express
Wireless:  BCM4311 802.11b/g WLAN
UMTS: DELL/Vodafone G3 onboard
Other: 4 x USB2.0

everything working fine - thanks #!

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#114 2009-04-09 23:28:03

artay
Member
From: Earth
Registered: 2009-04-07
Posts: 42
Website

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Hi!
Name: Asus  EEEPC  701 4G
CPU: Intel Celeron  900 Mhz
Ram: 2.0 Gb
SSD: 4.0 Gb
SDHS: 4.0 Gb class 4
LCD: 7" 800x480
WIFI: Atheros

Name: Dell Inspiron 8000
CPU: Intel Pentium III 800 Mhz
RAM: 256 Mb
HHD:  6.0 Gb
LCD: 14" 800x600 (I don't know why now)
WIFI: Linksys WPC54GX4 (doesn't work right now)
tongue


... never run for the train ...

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#115 2009-04-12 02:18:41

artay
Member
From: Earth
Registered: 2009-04-07
Posts: 42
Website

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

artay wrote:

Name: Dell Inspiron 8000
CPU: Intel Pentium III 800 Mhz
RAM: 256 Mb
HHD:  6.0 Gb
LCD: 14" 800x600 (I don't know why now)
WIFI: Linksys WPC54GX4 (doesn't work right now)
tongue

ok.
Now LCD: 14" 1400x1050
WiFi:  Linksys WPC54GX4 works perfectly.
I'm happy.
One more  computer with #!!!!!!.:)


... never run for the train ...

http://artayart.com

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#116 2009-04-12 05:52:36

mick
#! CrunchBanger
Registered: 2009-04-08
Posts: 123

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

I'm afraid I just can't go half-way with anything... I was running F10 rather nicely; everything working, but there always seemed to be two of this app, two of that app. I was looking for a distro that wasn't so loaded down with 'stuff' that it plodded along. And something that didn't want to follow the 'pretty' norm a la Windows. Or Gnome, and especially not KDE. Enter #!, which now happily resides on my desktop:

Name:  4-year old home-built
Mobo:  Asus M2NPV-VM
Processor:  AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4600+
Screen:  19" Samsung 953BW
RAM:  4GB Corsair DDR2 800
HDD: 120GB Seagate SATA, 80GB Seagate SATA
Optical Drives:  Sony DVDRW, Sony CDRW
Graphics:  nVidia GeForce 6150
Sound:  nVidia
Network:  10/100/ nVidia, 10/100 Dlink
Other:  3 x USB2.0, 1 x Firewire, Fingerprint Reader, Card Reader

Perhaps it's time to 'upgrade' my lappy as well; Lenovo T61p, 15.4, Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB, nVidia graphics, 500GB SATA (2 drives), still running F10

Mick


Linux - because a PC is a terrible thing to waste...

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#117 2009-04-12 20:07:03

cain
#! Member
From: Jacksonville, FL
Registered: 2009-03-28
Posts: 55

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name: ASUS G50Vm-X1
OS: #! Crunchbang 64-bit - Jaunty w/ 8.10.03.SH
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T5750 @ 2.00GHz / 1000 MHz FSB
Screen: 1366x768x32
RAM: 4GB DDR2 DUAL CHANNEL
HDD: 200 GB SATA-II 7200 RPM
Graphics: Geforce 9700M GT 512 MB GDDR3
Chipset: Intel Mobile 4 Series w/ ICH9M-E and ICH9M-M/E
Sound: Intel HDA - Realtek Codec ACL663
Ethernet: Realtek RTL8111/8168B 1000 MB/S
Wifi: Atheros AR928X
Optical Drive: Toshiba HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-T50L

Comments: Headphone jack does not work properly as of yet.  Looking for solution.

Last edited by cain (2009-04-12 20:09:49)

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#118 2009-04-13 13:49:39

Happy-Dude
Member
Registered: 2009-04-13
Posts: 27

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Haven't installed yet, but I've tested it on my old PC via LiveCD, and I'm loving it big_smile !!

Will install once #! reaches 9.04 Final on (most info from the Sysinfo and Hardinfo packages -- try and see if you guys can install it yourselves big_smile !!):

Name:  Compaq Deskpro EN (from the Win2k days/ 2000)
Processor:  Intel Pentium 3 Coppermine @ 1.0 GHz, 400 Mhz FSB, 256MB L2 cache
Screen:  15" CRT Monitor (dunno specifics)
RAM:  384MB SDRAM
HDD:  40 GB (pretty sure its 5400 RPM ATA)
Optical Drive: Lite-On Combo SOHC-4832K + Compaq CD-ROM LTN485 (both are probably stock models)
Graphics: GeForce2 MX/MX 400 AGP 4x 64MB RAM
Sound:  Intel 82801BA/BAM AC'97 Audio Controller (integrated audio, not the best but I can work with it)
Network:  Intel 82801BA/BAM/CA/CAM Ethernet, ZyXEL ZyAIR G-220v2 (its a desktop, but its too much of a hassel to set of wired across rooms wink -- though I think its on a USB 1.1 interface )

Comments:Currently running Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex. But since GNOME 2.24 isn't running as smoothly as I would like, I was looking for an alternative. Was considering Arch Linux or Xubuntu, but when I found #! and compared it to other light environments, I think I fell in love big_smile !! Will wait until #! 9.04 Final gets released to install. Until then, I'll play with the LiveCD and try and get used to OpenBox's environment wink .

I also have a more modern (but aging as every year passes...) PC that I'm tweaking like crazy as of now, running WindowsXP SP3 Pro with a P4 2.8 GHz and 2GB Ram. Here are the specs of my Windows XP machine: http://www.drivermax.com/driver/wmi.php … happy-dude (using the DriverMax program-- really nifty freeware, try it wink -- think Linux will have such a service?) I'm going to keep Windows XP on it, but I dunno my plans for the future for it... Like when my dear WinXP becomes unsupported... Maybe dual boot it with Linux distros and Windows 7+ one day in the future wink ?

Last edited by Happy-Dude (2009-04-13 14:56:08)

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#119 2009-04-13 14:55:56

Nicky
#! CrunchBanger
From: Paris (France)
Registered: 2009-04-05
Posts: 172

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

New on this forum since I installed Cruncheee on my EEE 901.

On my other computer I'm still running windows to use Lightroom, maybe when Bibble 5 will be totally operable I would switch completely on linux.

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#120 2009-04-13 16:12:13

kBang
#! Die Hard
From: Calera, AL, USA
Registered: 2009-01-06
Posts: 774

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Soon to be running (currently installing):

Dual Boot:  Vista Home Premium 64 | CrunchBang Fusion 64
System Manufacturer:  Gateway
Model:  MD2614u
Processor:  AMD Turion X2 Dual Core Mobile RM-72 2.1GHz
Memory: 3072MB 667MHz DDR2
Graphics:  ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics
Approx. Total Memory:  1405mb
Display Mode:  Laptop Monitor:  15.6" High-Definition Widescreen WXGA Ultrabright™ Display (1366 x 768)
                    HDMI LCD TV:  32bit 30Hz on a Toshiba 32" LCD 16:9 HD (1920x1080)

More complete stats on my puter


I view KDE like I view snow. It looks fun and marvelous, it's fun to play in, but after a while I just want someone to take it all away.

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#121 2009-04-14 19:48:16

skymera
Member
Registered: 2009-01-11
Posts: 21

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

PC:

Name: Home built
Processor: Intel Core2Quad Q6600 @ 2.7GHz 8MB L2
Screen: Just a 19" 1280x1024 LCD
RAM: 4096MB DDR2 Corsair XMS2 5-5-5-15 800MHz
HDD: 150GB Western Digital Raptor 10,000RPM
Optical Drive: Some DVD-RW
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD4870 Overclocked 800/1000
Sound: RealTek ALC883 i think
Network: Belkin F5D7000 Wireless PCI
Other: Some weak laptop

Last edited by skymera (2009-04-14 19:48:38)

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#122 2009-04-15 07:51:31

Greyscale
Member
Registered: 2009-04-14
Posts: 29

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Name:  Homebuilt
Processor:  Intel Socket 478 2.8 P4 HT Northwood
Mobo: ECS PM800-M2 478 VIA PM800
Screen:  19" VGA
RAM:  1GB DDR
HDD:  120GB
Optical Drive: Lite-On 8x DVD/RW
Optical Drive 2: Lite-On 52x CD/RW
Graphics:  Sapphire Radeon 9600 Pro
Sound: Via 8237
Network:  10/100 Via Rhine, No Bluetooth
Other:  8 x USB2.0, 1 x Firewire

Everything worked OOTB, Radeon drivers installed via Restricted Drivers Manager, smooth as silk.

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#123 2009-04-20 00:42:17

charlie01
#! Die Hard
Registered: 2009-02-09
Posts: 556

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Ive got three going rite now..

First is Crunch eee on my Acer aspire one 8 gig ssd with 1.5 gigs of ram.

Next is a Gateway P series 17 inch wide screen.Crunchbang
Intel duel core
2 gigs of ram
140 gigs
ati graphics.

My last one is duel booted with Vista and Crunchbang lite.
120 gigs
4 gigs of ram
AMD 64 dual core
nvidia graphics

I guess im kind of addicted.

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#124 2009-04-23 18:08:25

mscman
New Member
From: Indiana
Registered: 2009-01-26
Posts: 1

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

Two boxes (installing a third), plus 3 VMs:

Machine 1: Dell GX280
Intel P4 3.4GHz
1GB RAM
180GB HDD
ATI graphics (not sure which one off the top of my head)

Machine 2: Apple Macbook (1,1)
2.0GHz Core Duo
1.5GB RAM
250GB HDD
Intel GMA950 Graphics

Machine 3: Dell Mini 9 (once I get my USB drive formatted properly)
1.6GHz Atom
512MB RAM
32GB SSD
Intel GMA950 Graphics

Plus, as I mentioned, 3 barebones VMs with ~10Gigs of disk and 256MB of RAM. Such a great distro... smile

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#125 2009-04-23 19:32:48

Amplus
New Member
Registered: 2009-04-23
Posts: 1

Re: Your CrunchBang Linux system

HP Mini 1033CL,
Intel Atom N270 1.60GHz,
1024MB RAM,
60GB HDD,
10.2" WSVGA,
Ethernet 10/100,
802.11b/g,
Webcam,
Bluetooth,

Tri boot of #!, Kubuntu, XP

Handful of SDHC (c 6) cards each with different Linux distros

#! is my official netbook OS while I use OS X for everything else (I can almost hear the mocking undertones)

Anyway, everything runs pretty smooth on the Mini 1000 - took only a bit of tweaking. Love the distro. Only started using it a week ago. Serves all my mobile needs with the exception of my security related necessities at which time I boot BackTrack from an SDHC.

One problem to cite: Playing video in the browser (Firefox) is dismal. Do I need to install a proprietary driver for the video card? Any ideas? I know the hardware can handle it because video runs like a charm in the browser under XP. Have yet to try and play video from the internal HD which might produce more information about which route I take to remedy the issue.

And to the developers: My hats off to yeh'. You contrived a great OS here and I do regard my expectations as rather high. Cheers.

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