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Having driver load after lid opens

I am running crunchbang OS, I need to load the wifi adapter's realtek driver when open the lid since it removes itself every time I close the laptop. Is it better to put the start up script inside ...
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389 views

CPU fan extremely fast even with 0% CPU [closed]

I just reinstalled my operating system (Crunchbang on Debian testing), and all of a sudden the fan is running as fast as it can even with 0% CPU. The air coming out of it is cold. The only CPU ...
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426 views

Xterm not loading color schemes

I work a lot with vim and decided to switch to cli version, I chose xterm because its the only terminal I know of that properly recognizes Alt shortcuts (and I have lots of those bound in vim). My ...
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Crunchbang as an optimal OS?

I have a small netbook that I've been using for all of my learning to program/learning to *nix needs. It is pretty underpowered (1gb RAM, 1.66hz processor) and has a dire battery life (under an hour ...
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Regular expression problem(s) in Bash: [^negate] doesn't seem to work

When I execute ls /directory | grep '[^term]' in Bash I get a regular listing, as if the grep command is ignored somehow. I tried the same thing with egrep, I tried to use it with double and single ...
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volume hot keys in Crunchbang don't work

I've spent 2 hours on this and still can't figure this out. It's driving me insane. Please save my sanity. When I press mute, the pnmixer control in the top right shows that I've pressed mute, but ...
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CrunchBang & Openbox: no reaction to laptop power button pressed

I've just installed #! and I'm loving the customizable Openbox DE. However, when I press the power button on my laptop, the system doesn't react. For example, when I was using Debian & Gnome, ...
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618 views

Installing Boot and OS on SSD, rest on HDD

Okay so I got an SSD for my notebook and I'm currently setting up my system. On the SSD I'd like to have the main OS (Crunchbang in this case) and maybe some swap whereas on the HDD I want my Home ...
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I can't login to Crunchbang Linux

I rebooted my VM and now I can't login. It gives me the following error: Your session only lasted less than 10 seconds. If you have not logged out yourself, this could mean that there is some ...
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899 views

Problems with a Read-Only Root Filesystem

I was creating a read-only root filesystem for use in an embedded system. I successfully got the system to boot after setting it to read-only initially, but then I needed write access to another file ...
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How to set domain name in Crunchbang GNU/Linux?

How can I set the domain name in GNU/Linux?, I am using Crunchbang and I need to set the domain name for my LAN network. EDIT: Let me talk more about my problem: I need to configure a LAN network for ...
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mount root fs to /target

I am installing crunchbang linux (#!) to my eeePC and it is unable to start the disk partitioner. I traced the problem to partman and partman-lvm that states No volume groups found. So I have ...