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birdmun

Member Since 27 Mar 2011
Online Last Active Today, 06:55 AM
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In Topic: Bodhi 4.1 menu (from desktop) doesn't flip when click on right side of sc...

Today, 06:51 AM

If you use autohide on the shelf, I would suggest you make sure it is On Top of so you can access the menu even with a window full screen. You could move the shelf to the left or right if you preferred as well.

In Topic: Snipping tool

19 May 2017 - 11:44 AM

I am pretty sure bodhi comes with a screenshot tool installed and I am also positive there is an advanced version that allows for capturing specific areas/windows. I know it is/was available because it was mentioned in the forums, possibly by The Waiter. 

In Topic: execute Arandr shell script at startup

17 May 2017 - 08:22 PM

I am running Arch with Moksha(none of that matters really). I would offer the same info I shared here:

http://forums.bodhil...randr/?p=104054

In Topic: Web Browsers

17 May 2017 - 06:07 AM

You could log in to one of the virtual terminals Ctrl + Alt + F1 through F6 will get to a virtual terminal. From there you should be able to apt-get update apt-get dist-upgrade. Just curious, what version of bodhi are you running?

In Topic: Bodhi on Lenovo Ideapad 100s

16 May 2017 - 06:50 AM

Val,

  If you are curious what you are being asked to type, you can sometimes type man commandname. Consider lspci and grep. You can type 

man lspci

and/or

man grep

and see what the commands are meant to do. man stands for manual (instruction manual or RTFM if you are in a particularly bad mood). Not all commands have man pages. Sometimes you might be able to type command /? or --help or -h or /h and you will get 'some' useful info on how to use the command you are typing. The switch (/?, /h, -h, --help) depends on how the programmer wrote the program. I personally usually try /? and --help first.