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howto reset Moksha from cli

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#1 vanarieleyen



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Posted 06 February 2017 - 12:49 AM

I use Bodhi version 4 with the Moksha window manager.


My main usage of the system is software development and I often use Typhon because this makes developing for more platforms very easy. There is one problem however with this program running under Bodhi: it once in a while freezes.


At first I suspected Typhon to have a problem until I decided to give the 'Reset Moksha' option under 'About Operating System' a try and this made Typhon respond again.


I don't mind that Moksha freezes the system once in a while as long as I can easily access the 'Reset Moksha' option, so I decided to place this option in the iBar.


This turns out to be more complicated as expected because 'Reset Moksha' is not listed as a program in the options. I expect 'Reset Moksha' is a command line call, but how to call it?



A big thank you to everyone who contributes to Bodhi Linux

#2 Jeff


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Posted 06 February 2017 - 01:09 AM

Can give it a restart with the command:


enlightenment_remote -restart

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