I am sure that this has already been asked but I couldn't find an answer.
What are the minimum specs required for crunchbang to run efficiently ?
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Well, I'm currently using a Pentium M processor (1.4Ghz) and have 512MB RAM and can run freshly installed #! perfectly fine, and when I only had 256MB RAM, as far as I can recall #! ran fine on that too from a standard install.
The Debian guide says that you can run X with 64MB RAM as an absolute minimum; so the RAM requirement for #! to run smoothly will be somewhere between 64 and 256MB.
I have crunchbang 10 running on a pentium 3 at 600MHz with 192 megs of RAM and it is functional. I originally installed it on the computer while it had 64 megs of onboard RAM and then added a 128 meg chip. Before I put the 128 meg RAM chip in it was barely functional but still was able to do things, just not very many.
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