Posted 13 December 2012 - 09:29 PM
So I found Bodhi... burned a CD and installed with absolutely no issues whatever. Installed a few apps, Mongodb, Geany... discovered the terminal tab in Geany and laughed myself silly, what an obvious tool! I'm working my way through all of the docs I can find now, and when I find something interesting I just plop to a terminal session and play. I have not had this much fun with software in over twenty years. I cannot but thank the entire Bodhi group, from the bottom of my heart, for making this exceptional distribution available! I'm loving Enlightenment and Bodhi's Debian sensibility is showing through clearly. Kudo's!
AKA the sylkie (it's a long story)
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Posted 13 December 2012 - 09:37 PM
I started programming myself on an IBM 360
Thanks for your kind words and we are of course delighted you find Bodhi to be an enjoyable OS. It is esp great if you have no fear of cli and are willing to learn and/or have underpowered old hardware. If you like to code Bodhi and linux in general has alot to offer
"No technology can ever be too arcane or complicated for the black t-shirt crowd."
Posted 25 December 2012 - 05:09 PM
I was on the same track as you this morning, until I got stuck when I discovered that.. the Fujitsu LH530 machine that I was working on.. somehow or rather objected to me burning the Bodhi Linux ISO onto the CDR that I loaded onto the disc drive. I stayed on with my windows, and I am sorry about that, windows is fine it is just.. it is just.. Windows.
So I found Bodhi... burned a CD and installed with absolutely no issues whatever.
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