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In Topic: Bodhi 4.4.0 Released

Yesterday, 11:35 PM

I would like to add with a quote from enlightenment.org

We run as an open source project. People contribute because they like to or because they are paid.


if you would like to have it you can write it or pat to write it, however I do think that one of the big stand outs of E and Moksha is that it is very customizable and having options for the menus to behave how you want them to in that vein is a plus but we will have to wait or work on it  (once we talk about menus I was thinking that the right to left languages the menu should be opening on the left side...)

In Topic: Bodhi Linux on AMD

Yesterday, 11:18 PM

Mint is based on Ubuntu LTS much like Bodhi so everything should be the same however they are using kernel 4.10 and we are using 4.13 but it does not seem that the change will effect you.

In Topic: Bodhi on Intel Trail Bay Cherry Lake and Apollo devices TABLET

11 December 2017 - 11:16 PM

I think all the changes are in the isorespin.sh script

In Topic: Bodhi on Intel Trail Bay Cherry Lake and Apollo devices TABLET

11 December 2017 - 10:07 PM

the updated kernels provide not only drivers but also fix most problems from older kernels such as acpi issues I would like the most recent 4.15 but that of course is still in development but after 4.13 they do have acpi (try using bohdi and it turns off suddenly of course not in middle of a movie only some important doc...) also the drivers can be added for sound and wifi from the linuxinium website he has scripts for them as for the kernel itself it seams that the script has multipal changes to the kernel moduals add and other changes, I would think Imho to make a intel iso much like the current one, I do not think that it can be used with legacy computers but have not tried it.


The reason why I would like this that in tablets Intel has the best support for linux and is already x86 look at website such as  gearbest (historically chuwi has the most hardware that is linux supported)  and although they are knockoffs the design is good for the average user also hdd speeds do not really matter (were talking about running bodhi right) their are some things that are badly designed such as a tf card not being able to be inserted in the obook11 plus w/o a sharp object but this is where cheap tablets and netbooks are at.


In Topic: AutoBacklight

11 December 2017 - 09:35 PM

fixed sorryit has nto been a good day /long night