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Still playing with my CBPP, customisation is so easy and funny, after many years with: ubuntu, kubuntu, debian+KDE for real I found my distro with CBPP.
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I miss the original CB... I will have to give this a shot though...
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Finally
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Still working on it.
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So now, it's time for me to work a little bit.
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Hello, I just install CBPP 2 days ago, it's absolutly amazing. I dicovered  ou Gnu/Linux system maybe 7 years ago. I've tried differente distro, and using kde for a long time, but now!!!! Wouha I really love CBPP
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For real , I'm impressed , so light, so fast, just what I need, I'm really enthusiast with openbox it's so easy .
I've using KDE for many years and then I decided to stop, it's could be a good DE for enterprise , but I've found what I need in CBPP.
I discover maybee late #! with the new project #!++ .
And about  3 days it's really fun. I gonna install CBPP on a netbook tomorrow for a friend.
Just set up the conky, tint2, put few icon, and a theme and finally the addeskbar (for a noob it could be cool.)
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crunchbang ++
i like it.  i like it a lot.
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anyone here using #!++ here?  i am downloading it now, and since its an install only, i will be installing it on my 120GB SSD. meanwhile, I welcome your opinion of it.
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I enjoyed it
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Stupid chain letters
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My Desktop: Debian 8 Jessie + Openbox + Tint2 + Lxpanel + Nitrogen and no desktop environment. .....Almost Crunchbang  :)
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+Mauricio Hernán Oroná I'll give it a try. Thank you for your advice :)
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Using #! I have become accustomed to darker backgrounds. Whenever I open Chrome I get smacked in the face with a bright white background. Here is an extension, Hacker Vision, that works really well and activates at the push of a button. Save your eyes when typing in the dark or if yo surf the web for extended periods. 
Give your eyes a break with a dark background and light-colored text. Applies a dark theme to the whole Internet.
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+Martín Müller cool, i will try it!
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CrunchBang is a Debian GNU/Linux based distribution offering the Openbox window manager.

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Trying again and again and again.

I didn't use Blender since a long time...but it's still funny
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Eh ben voilà..
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It's just soooooo coool!
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The 64-bit collection includes post-Crunchbang Tweak OS 1.1
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Random screenshot of my freshly installed CB++ in an old Pentium 4 + 2GB RAM and a very old GeForce 4 MX 440 AGP Video card that is working great with the Noveau generic drivers. I am developing RAW images and navigating the web very smoothly considering the age of this PC. I will make a video to follow. #linux   #pentium   #oldschool  
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Nice!
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i absolutely love crunchbang.  i switched to crunchbang when ubuntu switched to unity.  (i guess 10.10 was the last ubuntu i used, but it may have been 10.04.)  i have come to recognize that openbox is brilliant, and i have helped a friend of mine switch to crunchbang as well.  first, i was using it on an acer netbook.  just wiped away windows xp the day i bought it, and installed crunchbang from usb key on the way home from target. 
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Once I started on Linux operating systems I began with Ubuntu 11.04, after some distro hoping I stayed on #! because everything just worked. I noticed that openbox was the kind of environment that the computer was meant to use, simple, lean, responsive and out of the way so I could get to the applications as fast as possible. Needless to say I was completely heart broken when production ceased. I have never recommended Linux again after the death of #! - I just can't honestly say "here try this, its gonna change the way you use your computer". Crunchbang was " that" OS for me. Let's see what the future brings with Openbox...
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I've added the Displays Openbox menu to Corgi Scripts. Corgi Scripts is a new POSIX library for creating Openbox pipe menus. It is reusable, is and will be actively maintained for the forseeable future. As always, it's written in pure POSIX and released, open source, under the MPL, v2.0. https://github.com/antonio-malcolm/corgi-scripts Check the screenshots:
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I know that BunsenLabs it's out there, but have you tried any of these alternatives?
Myself, I'm sticking with a minimal Debian Jessie, which works for me.
#GNU #GNULinux #Crunchbang
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I stayed with Openbox, I prefer it to xfce. Although I'm thinking about changing to a tiling WM, if I can find one that gives me the flexibility of Openbox... 
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I know I set up once magnet links and chromium under #! but I can't set it with fresh install no more even with this tutorial http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=8545 anyone knows if something changed?
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Qué diferencia hay entre estas dos versione 32-bit Waldorf for Modern PCs y 32-bit Waldorf for Older PCs (non PAE) y que significa PAE?
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PAE es por si tienes más de 3 GB de RAM en un equipo de 32 bits. Los sistemas de 32 bits solo reconocen hasta 3 GB de RAM así que si vas a poner la CrunchBang 32 bits pero tienes mas de 3 GB de RAM pon la PAE. El Kernel PAE reconoce mas de 3 GB
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