The past few weeks I've had problems with Bodhi, most likely caused by Moksha. This occurs almost every day (normally I like to leave my laptop on 24/7).
I've not reported the problem sooner because I wanted to associate it with an event or app, but I can't make any correlation. I realize that there is a problem when starting an app and I get a Moksha error dialog: "Miksha settings write problem". From that point on I can't logout or poweroff in any way (with keystrokes or via terminal). As well, no apps will open/start. The Moksha dialog box does not show any details and after doing a hard-reboot I cannot find any file reporting the failure.
I have read as much as I could find regarding this issue: for instance, my drive has enough space (although it is an external SSD) - but this has not been a problem earlier. I also read that the network manager has been associated with Moksha problems... I installed the Private Internet Access deb package around the time that the issues started -- but I also installed Wine and the NVidia/Radeon proprietary driver with Catalyst at this time.
Do you have suggestions on what I could try/do to fix this? I noticed there has been a Moksha v.0.2.1 released -- should I try installing this? (it appears that I'm using 0.2.0)