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I think its great and very useful, do you have any comments about it?
    
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The 64 bit didn't run well on my old computer, but it is incredibly lightweight.

It's also a good thing that it's getting people to try new window managers that aren't gnome or KDE (nothing wrong with either of them, but variety is the spice of life).
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I really liked crunchbang but I really don't like the package manager...
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I luvs it. Been running it on my netbook for a good while now. Desktop is just Ubuntu 11.04 to try out Unity.
    
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The 64 bit didn't run well on my old computer, but it is incredibly lightweight.

It's also a good thing that it's getting people to try new window managers that aren't gnome or KDE (nothing wrong with either of them, but variety is the spice of life).
Gnome and KDE aren't window managers, but I get your point...

I've yet to give crunch bang a shot, but I did recently try archbang which I'd assume is the equivalent using Arch instead of Debian as the base. I'd hope crunchbang is a bit more than designed strictly for USB booting (like Archbang was).
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