Hello folks. I've been playing with ArchBang Live CD for 20 minutes and I think I should give it a go. It's simple, fast, elegant and will be a nice challenge for a newbie like me. My only Linux experience are user-friendly distros like Ubuntu/Lubuntu, LinuxMint and CrunchBang - I especially liked the last one, which was suitable for my old S10 Ideapad and introduced me to Openbox, a window manager I absolutely adore. Also, CrunchBang's got a great community and I hope it's about as nice and helpful here.
We try, but don't forget that Arch is something that you really have to discover yourself; we can't do that for you.
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Please! Always give hardware info, if there is a chance that 's relevant: #lspci -vnn
Quote: What I have learnt from Linux is to minimize dependencies and functionalities for greater independence.
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