For several days now, I'm trying very desperately to install a Bodhi 4.2.0 64bit apppack on this system.
CPU: i6700K RAM: 2 RAM's, each 16GB (yes, I know it is very much, but I wanted to be prepared for the future) Mainboard: Z170A GAMING M5 Videocard: GM206 [GeForce GTX 960] System drive: Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB Storage drive: ST4000DM000-1F2168 Dual boot together with Win10 Pro 64bit
I even downloaded the Bodhi-ISO several times, but each time, MD5 is ok and serveral thumbdrives are ok, too.
But after the installation is done, there are the following issues:
I want Firefox to be my preferred browser.
I also installed the add-on Download Manager (S3) in Firefox and therefore I need this keybord shortcut
CTRL + ALT + D
This is also the shortcut for show desktop ( = minimize all windows).
That's why I changed the show desktop shortcut to
CTRL + Shift + ALT + D
After downloading something (by means of the above mentioned download manager add-on of Firefox), there's an option to open the target folder, but instead of this, I see the ePhoto tool, which is nonsense in that moment.
I'm not sure if this is some how caused by the ffmpegthumnailer package which I also installed to have thumbnails of video files.
I've set up the keyboard shortcut
CTRL + ALT + T
to open Terminology, but when I do, the cursor is at the beginning of the prompt, not after it.
It doesn't only happen with the shortcu but also when I try to open the Terminal from within the main menu.
Then I have to repeat opening it a few times to get the curser after the prompt like it is meant to be.
To prevent this from happening, I had to add the line
screenfetch | lolcat
to the .bashrc after installing screenfetch (to have some system data on top of Terminology) and lolcat (to have some color in the screenfetch section).
I want to replace the default file manager PCmanFM by Caja.
So, with a reboot afterwards, I did
sudo apt-get install caja caja-share
Then, in the settings, i.e. in the default programmes, I enabled Caja.
I did this in the startup programmes and in the reboot programmes, too.
But no matter what, PCmanFM is still being used.
So what can I do to fix these issues, please?