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In forum "Community"
In topic "Welcome to the CTKArch Forums!"
I have tried the 0.6 release live cd and have been very impressed.
I will be installing soon on a new SSD.
Looking forward to compare with ArchBang...
In topic "Help testing CTKArch 0.7 RC1!"
Bravo!
Looking forward to the 64bit version.
Do you have an idea on release time today?
In topic "CTKArch 0.7 released"
I have 0.7 64bit installed on my SSD.

-> 8 seconds boot (grub to desktop) - excellent!

In my quest for boot speed increase I tried modifying initscripts as per Arch wiki;

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Improve_Boot_Performance#.2Fetc.2Finittab

However,
changing 'wait' to 'once' for initscripts resulted in a boot to console login (user/password/startx)
Maybe this was pushing things too far for the boot sequence??
Any ideas?

0.7 64bit performing very nicely.
Keep up the good work.
In topic "download mirror"
I have some spare bandwidth on my site.
Do you need another mirror?
Uploading to my mirror now.......

32bit and 64bit

Stay tuned!


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In topic "0.8 soon?"
Is there any news on the next 0.8 version/testing?
@Cereal-Killer
Perfect!
Do you think there will be a testing version in advance?
@Calimero
Thanks for the update.
I noticed on my latest pacman update that I had to remove aufs2 to complete the update to kernel 2.6.39.
I have little knowledge of AUFS but lets hope this is sorted so live-CDs can continue.
Pretty please...got a new box and would love to install the latest...any news?

Keep up the fab work!
In topic "What hardware are you running CTKArch on?"
Courtesy of hardinfo (hardinfo.berlios.de/HomePage);

houghton.co/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/hardinfo_report.html

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In topic "wondering about ctkarch's resource usage"
@wuvnix
Have a look at this screenshot.
I know this is not a low spec machine but it might give you an idea of resource usage with a  few apps running.

houghton.co/isos/?view=./ctkarch/ctkarch-screenshot-15-06-11.png

Typically, I run from 100MB RAM @ idle to 300/400MB RAM with some standard apps running (Firefox, Audacious, etc...)

Of course,with some investigation, you can find the really low resource usage apps...  ;) 

Hope this helps.
In forum "User support"
In topic "[update] Back to rolling release (solved)"
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In topic "[terminal] no borders (solved)"
The terminal is urxvt (rxvt-unicode)
The configuration file for this is found in .Xdefaults.

For example, to restore the window border add;

URxvt*borderLess: false

to .Xdefaults

Read more here;

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Rxvt-unicode
In forum "Add-ons"
In topic "generic applications set"
I have yet to play with the CTKarch addons but have you considered a post install script as per Crunchbang?

http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topic/7493/statler-post-install-script/
Thanks for your considered and complete response.
I will give add-on(s) a try.
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