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Vajradeva

Member Since 17 Jul 2017
Offline Last Active Jul 18 2017 03:32 AM
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In Topic: New User Help

18 July 2017 - 03:34 AM

Definitely. Thanks again for the great advice! To be honest all I have been doing the last 3 days since I have decided to use Bodhi is read and research and ask questions. This, however, I find easy to learn, even using the terminal to install apps etc.. I also found that it helps that Bodhi is Ubuntu under the hood, so I can use Ubuntu info to help with anything I can't find Bodhi specific. The developers for this OS need a big round of applause, I think.

 

I will take your advice and hit up the Runescape devs to add a linux specific install for their  "old school" client. I think now I might have to bust everyones chops to get off their ass and create linux installs lmao! 

 

Thanks again.

In Topic: New User Help

17 July 2017 - 10:00 AM

ok, sounds like a plan. cheers for the advice guys, appreciate it! I'll let you know how I go.

 

EDIT:

Ok, I realised that the Runescape Client is a .msi file, which is obviously a windows installer file. Runescape did not have a Linux binary to install, only this .msi file. So, in order to install the file I had to first install "Wine" which then allowed me to execute the .msi file and install. 

 

I do have another qustion though:

Am I able to create desktop icons in Bodhi Linux?

 

EDIT2:

Aaannnnd the Bodhi Noob found the FAQ forum lmfao!! sorry fellas, thanks for the help! I must say though, I am really impressed with this OS, keep up the great work!