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Mr.J

Member Since 10 May 2017
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In Topic: A new issue with Moksha is coming, courtesy of E

19 May 2017 - 03:27 PM

Thanks a lot, good news. 

In Topic: Web Browsers

17 May 2017 - 05:56 PM

As written above (birdmun) an update via terminal is a must go. The browser question is hot. Qupzilla is quite lightweight, but I have to say it crashed when I used it once. Please keep in mind that a browser is perhaps one of the most important programs on your system. Security and stability count. Therefore I trust only in those browsers, which never let me down: Chromium (my favourite), Chrome, Opera. None is light,  but all work. 

In Topic: A new issue with Moksha is coming, courtesy of E

16 May 2017 - 05:27 AM

  So give it time someone will get to the bottom of this issue even if perhaps it is a kernel developer.

Which is likely to happen, as usual.

In Topic: A new issue with Moksha is coming, courtesy of E

15 May 2017 - 07:24 PM

Beside of the fact that E17 is not very well supported by Kernel 4.11 I have to ask if there is a desperate need of using Kernel 4.11?

 

I am just curious. Is 4.4  too outdated?

In Topic: Moksha not so stable.

12 May 2017 - 07:55 PM

Confirmed in my laptop,

 

switch that off according to DOOMguy stop the freezing. :)

 

but,

 

in my 4.1.0, for some reason the off switch is not permanent, I should manually off it in each login. :(

Whatever the reason might be, if "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get -y dist-upgrade" (terminal) does not help, you might consider a fresh install (?). 

I have to say that Moksha works excellent for me. And there is a pretty huge workload every day. 

I like it that Bodhi is not bloated. Open the taskmanager and enjoy what could be seen there. Just a few tasks, low cpu usage. Excellent and unbeatable. I have tried many distros but this one offers proper feelings. :)