Hey everyone, just thought I’d introduce myself before pestering everyone about the installer lol (Dobbie on another Linux forum suggested I do that, before I pester him about DWM), A little background, have used Linux off and on since when SuZE was just plain SuZE (it was my first distro, which is probably why I haven’t used it since, and of course I probably have the lower case letter wrong so pardon me), my primary OS for the past 10 years was OS X (my iMac only upgrades to El Capitan, and I haven’t bothered to hack it since I was running Linux on it, and now sits cold because I haven’t bothered with Linux on it), of course used Windows and know enough to not bother with Win 10, and recently went back to Linux full time after a few years of not bothering with that. My last distro before my hiatus was the last distro I ever used because it IMO was the best distro ever: Crunchbang. Yes, I am an old #! user and proud of it. When I came back to bothering with Linux again, I had found it ceased, and I went back to Distrowatch and distro hopping, used MX and Manjaro at first, Solus, anything but Ubuntu (because I got banned from their forum ages ago as well as hate it) and Mint (I hate Cinnamon as much as I hate Ubuntu), and also found I don’t like DE’s anymore, Openbox and WM’s are more my taste (because I prefer minimalism rather than features I wouldn’t use anyway), and now use Debian/Arch or Debian/Arch based distros, predicated on what of many partitions I chose to boot into on various machines I have, all of which makes me want newer machines.
Right now I am typing this on my “Bangbox”: a laptop with a keyboard of ill design dual booting Archlabs (that I loaded via the repos over Archbang, because of the aforementioned installer) and Bunsenlabs (running Sid, which I dunno goes against the “I understand” prompt on the post install script, but then again I am running Arch, and going into Nix because why not), and pleasantly surprised and not feeling bothered at all with it. It’s like I found Crunchbang all over again, although I never found Crunchbang, Crunchbang found me.
Thanks! Will ask questions about the installer in the appropriate category later, when I make another attempt at it.