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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:


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


  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


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.