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#101 2015-03-10 14:03:17

schwim
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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

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#102 2015-03-10 14:08:23

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

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#103 2015-03-10 14:17:22

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

What about .org?

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#104 2015-03-10 14:22:33

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#105 2015-03-10 14:23:45

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

Bunsenlabs.linux would be cool smile

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#106 2015-03-10 14:25:12

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

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#107 2015-03-10 15:21:52

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

bunsenlabs.org has already been reserved for us by a community member (who can ID him/herself on their own account).

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#108 2015-03-10 19:20:06

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#109 2015-03-10 20:10:03

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

bunsenlabs.ninja is what we need.

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#110 2015-03-12 17:32:21

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

i think bunsenlabs.net is cool.  smile


newbie programmer glasses

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#111 2015-03-13 11:06:06

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

WOOHOOO!!!!

My favorite distro isn't dead after all - this seriously made my day big_smile


As long as you learn one new thing every day, the day wasn't wasted smile

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#112 2015-03-13 13:10:13

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

thank you for continuing

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#113 2015-03-13 14:13:12

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#114 2015-03-13 16:00:30

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

#watching this space in anticipation smile


~ Wait - what? ~

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#115 2015-03-19 04:31:51

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

@unia: I have been watching BunsenLabs and the Crunchbang forums for a little while since Phil made the announcement concerning the future of #!. I would very much like to see the community to come together as a whole and contribute what resources and talents, create a worthy successor. I downloaded LMDE2, using it now. I installed openbox 3.5.2-8, I was blown away that the obmenu and look is that of Crunchbang, is anyone aware of this? Almost identical, down to the pipemenu which when passover states that the Tl-recent-files-pipemenu failed to execute. I used synaptic to acquire the openbox window manager, did LMDE 2 have something to do with it. I just think it is bizarre. Tint2 is the same, not the default rounded corner one that comes with tint2 from synaptic. I think there is an effort within LMDE 2 to mimic Crunchbang.  I use just openbox and fluxbox on my six HDD PC, I like playing around with other distros to see how they behave with either. This is the first time I have ever seen it already set up as it is. It is a Crunchbang clone.  Would like to see what others experience with LMDE 2. I installed with Synaptic openbox 3.5.3-8 obmenu obconf lxappearance nitrogen tint2, when I booted up and logged in, it was already set to openbox. Very strange. -zephyr


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#116 2015-03-19 10:52:39

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

^ Don't you by accident share the home partition between your Crunchbang and LMDE2? Or perhaps you removed Crunchbang but are reusing the home partition with Crunchbang's configs still there?

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#117 2015-03-19 19:17:10

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

I will be waiting for an .iso to try out.
I was saddened to find out crunchbang was ending, but luckily you guys continue with (possibly) a similar project.
Very excited about this though.

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#118 2015-03-19 21:26:35

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

@unia: I used a fully formated 1Gb drive, no other OS on it, I have never used i3, and it seems that the LMDE 2 somehow has something built in. I like openbox and fluxbox, often test distro's to see how they work with those window managers. I have Crunchbang sid, and other distros, all Debian Testing with either fluxbox or openbox. But, my drive bay's are all on the fly, just open the hatch. No way of cross contamination. I have the menu and startup files, they are not anything that could auto generate. I am new to Linux, not something I could manufacture, not a developer. I took a screenshot of the desktop, with me scrolling over the recent files-places in the menu, got a error stating that the tl-pipemenu failed to execute child process. I believe that since the reference is that (tl) being tiling.  The menu has a few references to (tl), such as the tl-exit, nothing I have ever done. The menu is a hybrid menu, but looks so much like Crunchbang, it is very strange. I thought you may be interested, please take a look at LMDE 2, and simply install the normal items for openbox window manager in synaptic, see what you experience. - thanks-zephyr


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#119 2015-03-19 22:08:21

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

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#120 2015-03-19 22:36:14

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

@damo: This is a total mystery to me. The menu is a hybrid of Crunchbang and some references to tl-exit, and tl-pipe-menu's. When I installed the openbox items, I did not expect what I found on reboot. I have the autostart, menu.xml, and rc.xml which all reflect nothing I have on my computer. I have other drives, but were isolated (disconnected) during install. I did a full 3 way format, can't see how that it could have autoconfigured a hydbrid-openbox on it's own, or I have a lot to learn. This is simply a mystery that it happened on my machine, and can't explain it other than I have the screenshots, and the files from the openbox window manager. Anyway, removed it from my system, but did keep the files for future reference, just an odd phenomena that I can't explain. Thanks for helping to clarify this. It is definitly someones work, puzzles me how it made it's way into my install.     zephyr-


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#121 2015-03-20 14:44:35

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#122 2015-03-21 02:02:41

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

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#123 2015-03-21 13:29:56

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

Hi

Excited to see that the crunchbang-project is being continued big_smile

But when i saw that crunchbang had been discontinued, i immediatly thought about using a debian-lxde-install and installing things like openbox, lxapperance and such, and copying the configfiles. What would be the differance between bunsenlabs and such an install?

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#124 2015-03-21 15:12:17

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

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Be excellent to each other!

#125 2015-03-22 12:28:34

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Re: A community continuation: BunsenLabs

@ Head_on_a_stick

+1

And you are correct. Debian LXDE uses PCManFM. Which is fine, but less usable than Thunar because it lacks the option to configure custom actions. That part annoys me. You still can get the "open as root" in the syntax menu, but it isn't as accessible. Most people will never find out how to do it.

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