Wow..this is great. I know what I'll be doing this evening:)
Great,Just one thing,no spacefm included?if no is there any chance that it will be included in stable waldorf release?
Posting from newly installed Waldorf-20120924
No problems encountered:
install from USB
installed to Logical Volume - created before install.
Golly Gossh...cool news. Will download 64bit version and do a reinstall. I were doing some partitioning
a couple of days ago, and now it seems that I As always, a thousand thanks for all your work Philip!
Time to move on!#
Just can't express how valuable I feel corenominal's work is. There's for sure no one else around who does that much for the perfect openbox distro.
I love crunchbang and use it daily on my work-notebook. But even my Arch workstation is modeled after crunchbang cause I think it's just perfect.
Thanks again corenomial!
(Hope the flattering wasn't overdone:P)
Oh, a birthday release just for me! You shouldn't have
Nice to see some community patches making their way into the distro. Great work John. I think many people underestimate how much corenominal takes into account community feedback, suggestions and offerings like scripts and patches when putting CrunchBang together. Nice one all round
Fresh install of 64bit torrent iso. No, I did not check md5 sum, but burned to rw-dvd with xfburn at slowest speed. Everything went fine, except towards the end, same problem as chamelon had. But the install seems ok.
Time to move on!#
Last edited by vrkalak (2012-09-25 02:32:28)
"Some depreciated syntax in the default Openbox menu and rc files has been updated."
Would you please tell me exactly what those changes are?
@corenomial: My Linux journey started with LM Gnome then LMDE then Debian Testing XFCE and then to #! XFCE. I eventually started playing around with WMs as opposed to DEs, and I installed Fluxbox over #! XFCE. When I had to replace my hard drive, my plan was to reinstall #! XFCE, but by that time Waldorf Testing was out and there was no more XFCE version. It would have been easy to just add XFCE on top of Waldorf, but I thought that I would give Openbox a shot. Wow! This is the perfect setup. It's light, fast, and easy to use because of how well you have configured it.
Thanks so much!