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#1 2015-06-18 17:15:15

Narmo
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Registered: 2015-06-18
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Hello everyone :)

I'm using #! long time, but was suppose to shy (or lazy tongue) to write anything, but lately with #! end and BunsenLabs creating I become more interested with this topic and finally decided to write something. I would really like participate in Bunsen project but my coding&stuff knowledge is really microscopic so maybe I will be able to find something else I will be able to help with. Anyway welcome guys smile

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#2 2015-06-18 17:19:41

Head_on_a_Stick
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Re: Hello everyone :)

Hello Narmo, welcome to the forums smile

If you have some spare drive space, you could install the sub-alpha version of BunsenLabs and report any problems.
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=39656
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=39643

Don't use it as a main system though, just in case©...

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#3 2015-06-18 17:21:00

Narmo
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Re: Hello everyone :)

Ok, this is something I can do. Thanks smile

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#4 2015-06-18 17:21:45

damo
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Posts: 5,434

Re: Hello everyone :)

Welcome to the forums smile

Just use BunsenLabs and give some feedback or suggestions wink


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#5 2015-06-18 17:49:24

Sector11
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Re: Hello everyone :)

Hi Narmo ...  welcome to the forums ...

Narmo wrote:

but my coding&stuff knowledge is really microscopic so maybe I will be able to find something else

Yup, mine to ... look around maybe you can answer something ... if not we're open to help you if you need it.

And there's always the free coffee and doughnuts in the back room.  cool


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#6 2015-06-18 17:54:28

Sector11
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Re: Hello everyone :)

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

Don't use it as a main system though, just in case©...

Now that's a PERFECT disclaimer ... cool


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#7 2015-06-18 18:05:30

Narmo
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Re: Hello everyone :)

No, it's perfectly ok, this way if my laptop or pc explode after installing Bunsen in current version it will by only my fault tongue

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#8 2015-06-18 18:49:39

Sector11
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Re: Hello everyone :)

^ nice attitude - but it won't explode.

But since we are BunsenLabs it might burn up ... "Don't let the smoke out!"  lol  lol
You do know that computers run on smoke don't you?  Because once you let the smoke out, they don't work anymore.


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#9 2015-06-18 19:47:33

Narmo
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Re: Hello everyone :)

Ok, I try to remember this ^^

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#10 2015-06-19 05:52:19

KrunchTime
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Registered: 2012-03-02
Posts: 3,264

Re: Hello everyone :)

Welcome to the community, Narmo.  I'm running BL on my desktop and I've not experienced anything sub-alpha.  It's more like a final release IMO.


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#11 2015-06-19 19:54:31

Narmo
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Re: Hello everyone :)

Ok, so I give it a first try next week and write about my experiences, but i read somewhere something about problems with tint 2. Is this still actual? ^^ And thanks you guys for a warm welcome, I really like it ^^

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#12 2015-06-20 07:52:53

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Posts: 3,264

Re: Hello everyone :)

@Narmo:  I'm not sure which problem you are referring to.  There were two that I know of and both are resolveable.

01) Tint2 freezing
02) Window blind effect in icons in Tint2 panel

Last edited by KrunchTime (2015-06-20 07:57:31)


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#13 2015-06-23 05:34:55

Narmo
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Re: Hello everyone :)

Soooooooo I installed bunsen (using brilliant @hhh's guide) and like it so far. First thing I did after the installation was removing launcher and for now I'm thinking what to do next. Visually I like it very much hovewer some elements like synaptic have default new instaled debian appearance and it disturb me. Is this supposed to be or maybe my installation process went wrong? ^^ Programs are working very smooth, I only needed to do sudo alsactl init becuse of sound problem.

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#14 2015-06-23 06:28:24

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Re: Hello everyone :)

Narmo wrote:

some elements like synaptic have default new instaled debian appearance

sudo lxappearance

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#15 2015-06-23 06:53:45

Narmo
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Re: Hello everyone :)

Thank you smile Now it is much better ^^

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#16 2015-06-30 08:58:50

Narmo
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Posts: 45

Re: Hello everyone :)

I have another question - is it safe to make bunsen dualboot with windows? I tested chemical distro on laptop and like it better that linux mint which I have on PC with windows soooo I like to install bunsen on PC instead of mint but I'm not sure how it will work.

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#17 2015-06-30 17:40:34

Head_on_a_Stick
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Re: Hello everyone :)

Narmo wrote:

is it safe to make bunsen dualboot with windows?

It is certainly "safe" to use the Debian jessie netinstall in a dual boot system with Windows.

As long as the installer recognises Windows in the bootloader stage, then it should be fine to install it.

Just make sure you don't erase or over-write the Windows partitions during the installation.

If you are replacing Mint then just tell the installer to use the pre-existing partitions.

Once the Debian installer does it's thing then the BunsenLabs script doesn't touch the bootloader, partition layout or NVRAM entries so that won't cause any problems.

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