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About Charles@Bodhi

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  1. Charles@Bodhi

    audio doesnt work properly no matter what i try

    These lines start with a W for Warning. Meaning that this is no error. The only way this can become an issue wil be that your hardware needs this module e100, but if your network connections are OK, all is well. The waiter is right about the latest kernels leaving out support for older hardware. So for older gear the Legacy version is the best choice. Btw, the best command for upgrading your packages is using sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade dist-upgrade just does a more complete job than upgrade only. NB. This has nothing to do with upgrading to the next distro-release. Welcome to the forums. Enjoy, Charles
  2. Charles@Bodhi

    .bashrc: no such file or directory, but it exists

    Welcome to the forums. What happens when you use /home/$USER/.bashrc instead of ~/.bashrc as referencefile. Same for the target file. Enjoy, Charles.
  3. Charles@Bodhi

    Please help in getting vivaldi to play h.264 videos.

    Hmm, reading your link it seems that vivaldi expects the libffmpg.so to be found in /opt/vivaldi-snapshot/lib/ Ubuntu however installs the (chromium) libffmpg.so in /usr/lib/chromium-browser/ Placing a symlink in /opt/vivaldi-snapshot/lib/ to the file /usr/lib/chromium-browser/libffmpeg.so could make this work. Not tested as I don't use Vivaldi. Let me know if it works or not. Code: cd /opt/vivaldi-snapshot/lib/ ln -s /usr/lib/chromium-browser/libffmpeg.so ls -l cd ls -l is only there to check that the link is placed correctly. Don't forget to restart Vivaldi. Enjoy, Charles
  4. Charles@Bodhi

    Caliber Construction

    "Don't think anyone will ever notice, you have to look hard to see it." Let me guess. Missing a 'vertical' brick to the far right from the keystone above the glas window. Tough work to do when you are the only skilled person at the job. I admire your ability to do the programming stuff too. Enjoy, Charles
  5. Charles@Bodhi

    how to completely remove iridium browser material

    Try sudo apt-get purge iridium-browser I think that is the package name and a package iridium does not exist. How did you install it originally? This browser is not in the default repos AFAIK. Enjoy, Charles
  6. Charles@Bodhi

    Moksha updates

    Yep, that was remastered with a much earlier version of bodhibuilder.
  7. Charles@Bodhi

    Moksha updates

    @deepspeed What Bodhilinux version did you see this on? What is the outcome in that machine of sudo bodhibuilder -v Have not seen that menu-entry for a long time. Enjoy, Charles
  8. Charles@Bodhi

    Moksha updates

    Hit ESC and the menu is gone. Enjoy, Charles
  9. Charles@Bodhi

    modprobe problem with Broadcom in old dell laptop

    Glad you got it sorted. The bcmwl-kernel-source creates the wl driver but that is not the one you want. The b43 is the correct one. Purging bcmwl-kernel-source package "should" remove the blacklist file it created. But doing it manually like you did causes no harm. Just for others who might read this the commands for getting it working: sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source sudo apt-get install b43-fwcutter firmware-b43-installer sudo modprobe b43 Disconnect your ethernet cable and try it out. Enjoy, Charles
  10. Charles@Bodhi

    Dual Kernals - Concerning?

    The metapackage contains a script that autoremoves the older kernels. AFAIK it keeps 3 or exceptionally 4 versions. In /boot I have 3 versions available and the size per version is about 70 MB including vmlinuz, initrd and a few other files. I wonder what else you have in there to eat that 4 GB. BTW, I use kernel 4.13.0-36-generic now and the script states that my system is not vulnerable (spectre 1,2 & meltdown) anymore. Enjoy, Charles
  11. Charles@Bodhi

    new wine is really niiiiiiice!!!!!!!

    Hmm, I'm afraid you have to clean up the vineyard, repair the fence, mow the meadow and feed those terrifying dogs before we can have that party.
  12. Charles@Bodhi

    new wine is really niiiiiiice!!!!!!!

    Hard labor to get this far, but man, I envy you. Would love to sit an evening at your fireplace together! Enjoy, Charles
  13. Charles@Bodhi

    Problems with AppCenter - installation error

    run this command in terminal sudo apt-key net-update This should refresh your keys for apt-get. Next you can try to install from the Appcenter again. Oh, make sure you have only application or terminal using the package manager. Working with the Appcenter while you have a terminal with apt-get updating stuff for example will not work but show errors.
  14. Stop shouting at people please. Better keep it friendly if you want all the help you seem to need. Those packages are left in the distro, that is a choice of the makers and I agree with them. Consider it a gesture towards the numerous people who test Bodhilinux using virtualbox. Don't like them, just uninstall. Go through the docs in the wiki, I think you can find out how how to do so. You did not see an installation happening when you ran that command, but only one of the many packages that are updated during the lifetime of the OS. Have a good night, I will.
  15. That number is nothing to be worried about. Mine has > 200.000. The BodhiLinux ISO is created using a virtual machine. That is an isolated OS within the OS the user is working with on his computer. Most developers use this to keep their working computer clean. That does not mean that you have guest-accounts on your computer. Because of this a few virtualbox guest tools are installed within Bodhi. They cause no harm and cost no resources and very little space on disk, but they come in handy if you ever decide to install virtualbox and use it in the future. Enjoy, Charles