Crunchbang is a Linux distribution based upon Debian and aimed at providing speed (by using lightweight applications) while being stylish.

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Mobile Broadband disconnects as soon as connected - Crunchbang

For months now my mobile broadband (GSM) stick has worked with Crunchbang. Yesterday it stopped. When I plug it in, it appears in the network manager and I can connect to it, but as soon as it is ...
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Openbox isn't loading correctly

I'm on Crunchbang 11, 64 bit, it is a Debian Wheezy distro. This morning Openbox isn't loading correctly     All the programs and shortcuts are working correctly. Conky is loading ...
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Would installing different versions of libssl cause problems?

I am trying to install testing version of Spotify on Debian. It's a testing version and they say it's for Debian Squeeze, my Crunchbang (64 bit) is based on Debian Wheezy, but I'm trying to install it ...
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How do I disable the touchpad while I'm typing?

I'm looking to disable the touchpad in Crunchbang 11 (Waldorf) while I am typing. The processes I've found online do not work for me. All guides I have found (this thread, for instance) indicate to ...
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How can I look at recent system activity to figure out what caused a huge slowdown? [closed]

I'm running CrunchBang Waldorf with OpenBox on a Lenovo e420. I made the switch from Windows a few months ago, and have had no problems with performance since then. Everything runs nice & fast. ...
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Closing lid on Crunchbang

I'm running Crunchbang on a laptop. I can't seem to find an option to toggle if the laptop goes to sleep when the lid closes. There are certain times where I want to put the laptop away or close it ...
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Booting from command line

I have a desktop version of #! installed on my laptop. I am quite new to Linux, but learning more everyday. I would like to know if it is possible to choose on start-up to boot into the Desktop, as ...
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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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USB Hubs and Linux

I have found over the course of 3 different distros that USB hubs simply don't work "out of the box". Is there any advice out there that can help me get my USB hub working in Crunchbang?
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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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From Windows 7 + Ubuntu to Crunchbang (First) + Windows 8 (second?)

I'm dual booting a Windows 7 + Ubuntu machine. I went ahead and replaced Ubuntu with Crunchbang, and now want to replace (not in place upgrade) Windows 7 with Windows 8. However, I've always done a ...
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How do I get my Virgin Media wireless internet to work on Crunchbang linux?

I am struggling to get my internet to work on Linux. I am able to connect to my wireless internet through any other device I choose but my laptop will not find it. I have tried using the hidden ...
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How can I run Rosetta Stone (on Wine) from the menu in Crunchbang?

I added this entry to menu.xml: <item label="Rosetta"> <action name="Execute"> <command> wine ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Rosetta\ Stone/Rosetta\ Stone\ Version\ ...
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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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How can I get Broadcom 4301 to work in Crunchbang Linux?

I've sunk about 6 hours into this and have not made much progress. I've installed Crunchbang, 32-bit, Waldorf on a Dell Inspiron D600. Before I took any steps, the network manager told me ...
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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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How is ssh-agent being autostarted?

I am currently running Crunchbang Linux with Openbox, and as soon as I log in I have an ssh-agent process running and I can't for the life of me figure why it is being autostarted. Here is the ...
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Crunchbang hibernate rebooted system?

I installed the latest stable 64bit Crunchbang backport. When I tried to hibernate it last night, it rebooted into the locked state - when I logged back in all my windows/apps were as they were again. ...
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Identical mount points for two file systems when installing Linux

So, I'm going through Crunchbang's installer (very similar to Debian's), and am at the partitioning step. I chose the 'Guided - use entire disk and set up encrypted LVM' method (usually I do manual ...
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Crunchbang does not see existing Ubuntu installation

I recently installed Crunchbang 11 in the free space of a hard disk of an Asus netbook that already had Ubuntu installed on it. I partitioned the 2 distros separately, with only a common swap space. ...
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Crunch bang Linux login fails

I cannot login to Crunchbang Linux. When I boot the computer, it goes to the login screen, and if I type the correct username+password combo, it goes to a black screen that reads "failed to execute ...
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LXDE environment looks and behaves like openbox

I have two logins on my box, one for work and the other for personal (I'm on crunchbang). Both run LXDE by default. As of yesterday the work login started acting like an Openbox session, ie you had ...
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Creating a Live USB for Crunchbang

I am looking to run one of my computers on Crunchbang Linux, but I cannot seem to be able to find a way to create a live USB of it.
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Can not connect wirelessly to internet in CrunchBang 10

I am trying to install Crunch Bang 10 on a clients computers. The problem is, wireless internet is not working. Internet on the computer has worked before when it had Lubuntu on it. I have wired ...
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Calibrate LCD display in laptop?

I installed Crunchbang Linux. I successfully installed the ATI drivers, and all works well. Except that the colors are bit weird. Hard to say what exactly is wrong, it is the notion that on another ...
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XeTeX problem on Debian-based distro

Was not sure if this should go here or on TeX Stackexchange. Feel free to move if I made mistake. My setup is: GNU/Linux, kernel 2.6.32-5-686, CrunchBang Linux statler. I have installed xetex through ...
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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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How to change login screen in CrunchBang?

I am on SLiM, and I don't like the default login screen. I want a login screen like the one shown below: But instead I have a pretty minimal one which has just one textbox and nothing else on the ...
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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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“Linux kernel source code directory” requested in Cisco VPN client install

I'm trying to install Cisco's vpn client, and it requests that I provide the directory containing linux kernel source code. Specifically, it reads: In order to build the VPN kernel module, you ...
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Disabling (or removing) X from CrunchBang home server

I've just installed crunchbang linux (based on Debian) on some really old hardware (we're talking single cores and DDR memory here) for a simple home server. However, seeing as the hardware sucks ...
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Upgrade from Ubuntu to Crunchbang?

Is there a way to upgrade from Ubuntu 11.04 to Crunchbang without a full installation? I'd like to keep the files on the hard-drive intact.
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Grub does not list windows after crunchbang installation

I have a couple of years of experience with ubuntu, but this is my first time with a non-ubuntu based distribution. I managed to successfully install Crunchbang from a bootable usb stick, created with ...
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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 ...