Using #! (Crunchbang) Linux

Crunchbang is sleek, fast, minimal linux flavour based on Debian, one of the largest families in the linux ecosystem. It uses the X-Window system and Openbox window manager, with a lightweight underpinning of GTK+2.0 but without the full Gnome desktop environment, making it considerably more snappy to boot and use than full-bodied distributions such as Ubuntu or Fedora.

I’ve been using it for a month or two and liked it enough to decide to rebuild my Samsung Q320 laptop around it. I’m going to cover a few of the tweaks I applied, problems I tackled, additions or subtractions I made – just in case they’re of interest to you, the reader, but mainly so that they’re written down for me when I come to repeat this process at some point in the future.

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