CrunchBang Linux

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
On 08/28/2013 06:15 PM, Andrew Pierce wrote:
> Anyone on the list us CrunchBang Linux? I have been trying it out and it
> is quite nice. Everything seems to work and it is stripped down quite a
> bit. It comes with the Openbox window manager which is super speedy. 
> Much better than the monstrosity that Ubuntu has become.

No, I haven't actually tried CrunchBang, although I am running the Kazam
screencaster from CrunchBang repos on Debian.

CrunchBang looks interesting, I have liked using some of the lighter
desktop set ups in the past. Currently I have been playing with KDE4. I
wonder how much CrunchBang has that is really unique from just
installing Openbox on Debian?  I have a fairly underpowered netbook,
perhaps I should consider trying it on that.

=============================================================== From: Jason Brown ------------------------------------------------------ I use it to run my 3d printer and things like that, works well on old laptops and viewing remotely via VNC without any real tweaking. --Jason

=============================================================== From: John Aldrich ------------------------------------------------------ Quoting Jason Brown : where was CrunchBang when I was looking for a real lightweight distribution a few years ago? :) I think I ended up using Xubuntu or something like that on some old P3 computers I was using for AS/400 terminals.