I've been a Crunchbang user for six months. First I chose it as a lightweight distribution for an Asus eee pc x101, but last week I migrated my "big" computer to #! as well. I thought that if that small computer works like a charm with #!, the other would be a lot better. I was right! It took a while to get used to work with Crunchbang as my only distribution. Changing things and setting up stuff is more difficult than Ubuntu but, for me, that means learning more while having a lot more flexibility.
Anyway, I thought it was about time to join the forum, say hello and thank you for being such a helpful and friendly community.
Greetings from Bogotá,
Hi and welcome to the forums.
The beauty of living things is not the atoms that go into it,
but the way those atoms are put together.
Welcome aboard davidpenal.
A good general beginners book for Linux :-
A good Debian read :-