The classic minimal crunchbang feel, now with debian 11 bullseye.
CBPP 11 had a key to sign packages which had an expiration set for 2 years from creation. Unfortunately, this means it expired before the new version came out. You can update the key with the following command: curl -L https://packages.crunchbangplusplus.org/cbpp11-2.key | sudo apt-key add -
All of the older images will be provided as direct downloads. New images will be published as direct downloads once the torrents reach a self-sufficient point.
Debian continues to issue security updates for ~1 year after a new 'stable' is release. While the older CBPP releases won't be getting any new updates from us, the repos will continue to be available for up to the next year as well.
Nope! All future builds will be based on 'live-build', which will provide a live image, as well as an installer on-disc.
The username and password are both 'live' without the quotes.
These days, there's not much reason to use the i686 image, unless you have a very old PC that doesn't support PAE.
While older versions will remain available, we suggest the latest 64-bit version.
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