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#106784 Moksha Port of Adapta GTK Theme

Posted by BeGo on 28 September 2017 - 07:12 AM

Hello

 

The first link does not work :(

My bad, I accidentally include the comma.  :P

 

Fixed  ;)




#105774 how can i install android studio

Posted by BeGo on 23 July 2017 - 02:05 AM

hello how can i install android studio ?  

 

err, just run deb that you can found https://developer.an...udio/index.html.

 

I prefer ppa, https://mfonville.gi...android-studio/

 

But,

 

I don't think that what you are asking for. :D




#105552 How to get two copies of pcmanfm on the screen at the same time?

Posted by BeGo on 07 July 2017 - 01:35 PM

File Menu --> New Tab. I prefer tab rather than multiple Windows :D




#105461 Software Simple Scan for Bodhi Linux ?

Posted by BeGo on 04 July 2017 - 02:54 AM

Hello :)

 

 

Is there a software for replace Simple Scan for scanning documents, please ?

 

i have searched but nothing to find..

 

 

Thank you for your answer

 

err, why Not Simple Scan? :D

 

And don't forget printer-driver-all meta package ;) 




#105035 Swami Control Crashes with EFL 1.19.1

Posted by BeGo on 18 June 2017 - 05:04 AM

I don't know to tell you BeGo, the errors you are getting imply your install is broken. I am unsure what all is broken, but unless you know I would recommend a reinstall.

 

Also for the record multiple DEs installed can lead to problems, probably unrelated to this issue. But you need to know what you are doing and how it all fits in together to be doing such a thing. I speak from experience there as I used to use multiple DEs all in one install. I don't anymore for the most part and I don't for a reason. I have no great fondness of debugging issues despite my role here on these forums.

 

Another point are you using any PPAs or have you compiled code from source on this machine? Just wondering what broke stuff so badly :(

 

Well, can't be helped.

 

The reason why I use Linux in the fist place is, to be able to endlessly modify my own laptop OS (which also means getting shot in the foot several times). 

 

Forgive me. :D  :D  :D 

 

I use several PPA,

 

alexlarsson/flatpak #
budgie-remix/ppa #
hsoft/ppa #
jd-team/jdownloader #
marutter/c2d4u #
morphis/anbox-support #
musicbrainz-developers/stable #
nextcloud-devs/client #
nilarimogard/webupd8 #
noobslab/icons #
noobslab/icons2 #
noobslab/themes #
opencpu/rstudio #
papirus/arc-kde #
papirus/papirus #
peterlevi/ppa #
ppsspp/stable #
samoilov-lex/lumina-desktop #
smathot/cogscinl #
teejee2008/ppa #
ubuntu-sdk-team/ppa #
wfg/0ad #

 

And yes, I am a still in learning developer, mostly develop solutions using Qt, which means I compile tons of codes regularly. :)

 

Please perform your system updates (or at least update swami). Fix should be in the repo now. 

 

I just did, and retry the procedure. Still not working though

 

renan@renan-hp14-bodhi4-64:~$ rm -rf .elementary
renan@renan-hp14-bodhi4-64:~$ elementary_config
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group el
m/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding fault
y part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group el
m/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding fault
y part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group el
m/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding fault
y part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group el
m/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding fault
y part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group el
m/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding fault
y part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group el
m/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding fault
y part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group el
m/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding fault
y part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group el
m/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding fault
y part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group elm/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding faulty part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group elm/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding faulty part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group elm/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding faulty part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group elm/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding faulty part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group elm/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding faulty part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group elm/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding faulty part.
ERR<4850>:edje lib/edje/edje_util.c:3968 _edje_object_size_min_restricted_calc() file /usr/share/elementary/themes/default.edj, group elm/toolbar/item/default has a non-fixed part 'elm.swallow.icon'. Adding 'fixed: 1 1;' to source EDC may help. Continuing discarding faulty part.
ERR<4850>:elementary lib/elementary/els_cursor.c:734 elm_cursor_theme() Could not apply the theme to the cursor style=(null)
ERR<4850>:elementary lib/elementary/els_cursor.c:734 elm_cursor_theme() Could not apply the theme to the cursor style=(null)
[none] vs [none]
ERR<4850>:efreet_cache lib/efreet/efreet_cache.c:379 efreet_cache_shutdown() This application has not properly closed all its desktop references!
renan@renan-hp14-bodhi4-64:~$ elementary_config
[none] vs [none]
renan@renan-hp14-bodhi4-64:~$ swami
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/swami", line 177, in <module>
  File "/usr/bin/swami", line 74, in __init__
  File "/usr/bin/swami", line 130, in loadModules
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'SwamiModule'
renan@renan-hp14-bodhi4-64:~$

 

I also check the Swami, in Virtual box, creating system mimicking my own, plain Bodhi 4.1.0 that updated with all inside b4main, checkinstall, and unknown, except e21 and component that would uninstall Bodhi desktop. :)

 

Swami run (may be) normally, with lightdm, date and time, keyboard layout, and startup apps showing.

 

OK, my time for re install. ;)

 

Anyway, thanks for You help, Jeff, Ylee,  Charles, and teams!

 

 




#104921 Partition trouble during installation

Posted by BeGo on 15 June 2017 - 02:10 AM

I'll try again, but my experience was that GPartEd within the Bodhi installation routine would not let me do so.

 

 

Uh... gparted? Why gparted? You are trying to select a partition for mount during installation, right?

Why gparted then? That should be through the installer. If you had used gparted prior to installation, you must unmount the partition before doing any installation.

Did I miss something here?

 

NOTE

 

Dear Gohlib, 

 

I think Aivala "does" means the installer partition manager, which does "feel at home" for GParted user.  ;)

 

BACK TO TOPIC

 

I am not sure this would help, 

 

I dependent to https://askubuntu.co...ng-installation for installing Buntus to naughty Lappies and PCs.  :)




#104903 Bodhi 4.1 menu (from desktop) doesn't flip when click on right side of sc...

Posted by BeGo on 14 June 2017 - 01:59 PM

Hmm, we are the only desktop in the world that brings up the main menu where ever you click on the screen, I mean everywhere outside a window or shelf. 

Should we change that as well? 

 

[truncated]

 

Enjoy,

Charles

 

Nope, Moksha not alone. Sorry, Charles. OpenBox also implement this feature. ;)

 

This feature is the very reason why I love Elementary / Moksha Desktop. :D :D :D




#104732 Converting a Ubuntu-based Distro into Bodhi

Posted by BeGo on 04 June 2017 - 04:10 PM

The line you would want to add to your sources file is:

deb http://packages.bodhilinux.com/bodhi xenial b4main

And then install our desktop by running the commands:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
sudo apt-get install bodhi-desktop

Note that this is only tested / supported on 16.04 based installations as we only build on Ubuntu LTS releases. I would also recommend trying the latest 4.2 release though as suggested above as it does have a newer kernel than previous versions. Hit any issues let us know.

 

btw, I recommend to try to "Bodhi-fy" the target Ubuntu in Virtualbox first.  ;)

 

that because eSudo tend to break another DE sudo module, making problems in DE like XFCE and LXDE, fom  asking password to change screen brightness, to completely render gksudo useless. 

 

From my previous post,  http://forums.bodhil...-additional-wm/,

 

esudo is needed by apturl-elm, which in turn needed by bodhi-desktop, so technically bodhi-desktop still install esudo automatically.  :(




#104578 Scan program

Posted by BeGo on 29 May 2017 - 03:01 AM

Hello,

 

My father asked me to archive some old documents from his parents. These documents are nearly 80 years old and written in an old german style called Sütterlin.

So, the first problem is that I have to scan some small books. I can scan them page by page but after that I have 20 documents and I want all the pages in one document.

XSane is okay but the time for changing a page is to short to handle such an old document.

 

The final question is: Which scan program are you using and why? :)

 

 

Greetings from Germany

 

One page per session is fine.

 

You can combine it after. :)

 

https://askubuntu.co...veral-pdf-files




#104123 Applications that are not in the App Center

Posted by BeGo on 28 April 2017 - 01:50 AM

Hi, I am new to Bodhi Linux.

I am trying to install some applications that are not in the App Center. For example, I need digiKam, RawTherapee, EFRaw etc.

What would be the way to get them? I tried to install ppa repositories the same way as I would do in Ubuntu but it did not work.

Would someone please help?

Thank you,

Val

 

in Bodhi, ppa aka software-properties-common not installed by default, and just one click in Synaptic away. ^_^




#103450 Share your Desktop

Posted by BeGo on 28 February 2017 - 10:03 AM

As always. Simplicity wins.

 

shot_2017_02_27_23_07_31.png

 

Someone who mess up with your HDD is entering hell, literally. :P :P :P

 

[hint, looks at HDD names in places]




#103277 Enlightenment and slow laptop

Posted by BeGo on 19 February 2017 - 03:04 AM

Old posts but gold. :)

 

And, Moksha is Lighter than Enlightenment. :)

 

https://flexion.org/...p-environments/

https://l3net.wordpr...linux-desktops/




#101501 Change Boot Order

Posted by BeGo on 05 November 2016 - 03:40 AM

Help!
 
I installed Bodhi Linux 4.0 onto my hard drive.
 
However, I have another version of linux i like to run from a USB occasionally.
 
Currently, Bodhi Linux always boots from my Hard Drive.
 
How can I change the Boot Order, so I can boot from a USB?
 
Thank You for any help & suggestions!


Normally boot order handled by bios. Am I missing something?


#101451 Share your Desktop

Posted by BeGo on 03 November 2016 - 12:36 AM

1st Trial for Bodhi 4.0.0 ^_^

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#100768 Not everything has to be fullscreen, please (SOLVED-FINI)

Posted by BeGo on 23 September 2016 - 02:54 PM

This has been discussed a shitload of times already. The start button is a good idea. FIN. 

Really ppl who try the live disk for the first time will never ever think about just clicking anywhere. 

 

 

not to worry, boys; just making sure we're not far off from the original quick start tutorial, and i quote "The Main menu, and two of its submenus, are available at the click of the mouse – i.e. a click on any empty spot of the desktop:" When I do a full blown install on my uber laptop, Bodhi 4.0 will be there among the distro choices

 

Agree to both, and actually a good thing that "start buttons" is redundant:

  • the start button made easier for 1st timer to strolling around in Bodhi. I can't deny that Moksha / Enlightenment is the most alien real DE for Windows and Mac graduatees. Zorin, Chalet, or Elementary is more at home for them. and,
  • I can just remove the start button myself anyway, cause for "Bodhi and Openbox" experienced person like Us, desktop click menu is just a LOT faster. 1st main reason I love Moksha (1st Moksha is FAST, both in usage and setup due to bundles / packs, 2nd the ability to change theme from the desktop) :)