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Crunchbang Linux 9.04 Released

jginspace (678908) writes | about 5 years ago

User Journal 1

The latest Crunchbang Linux has just been released. Based on Ubuntu Jaunty, Crunchbang distinguishes itself by its use of the lightweight Openbox window manager. Along with Openbox, PCMan File Manager is used and in keeping with the basic theme, Abiword and Gnumeric replace the Openoffice.org suite. And when distros are trying to go all WinXP on us, the theme is refreshing -

The latest Crunchbang Linux has just been released. Based on Ubuntu Jaunty, Crunchbang distinguishes itself by its use of the lightweight Openbox window manager. Along with Openbox, PCMan File Manager is used and in keeping with the basic theme, Abiword and Gnumeric replace the Openoffice.org suite. And when distros are trying to go all WinXP on us, the theme is refreshing - black and white, normal text, with Conky desktop and tint2 panel.

Crunchbang is maintained by one guy in the UK and it has a devoted and notably polite and helpful band of followers.

The download links are all saturated so please use the torrents.

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