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  1. Centauri39

    How to reinstall a 32bit Bodhi, please?

    Oh, it's that easy? I wasn't aware the app-pack is available as an extra package. Do you by any chance have an idea about what to do to fix the issue of my other thread, please ?
  2. Centauri39

    How to reinstall a 32bit Bodhi, please?

    I just wonder, do I need PAE support actually? That device has only 1GB RAM, therefore it cannot address more than 1 GB of RAM anyway. So, I guess, looking for a 4.1.0 with PAE support doesn't make sense, does it? EDIT: If this is true, still an app-pack version of the legacy version would be very nice.
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    How to reinstall a 32bit Bodhi, please?

    Yes, I agree. Indeed, 4.1.0 -32bit seems to be the last version fitting my needs. I would very much appreciate the existence of 4.1.0-32bit non-legacy ISO, ready for download somewhere. An app-pack version of it would be great.
  4. Because of some issues with my current installation of Bodhi on a little netbook (Intel Atom N270 and 1GB RAM), I just wanted to reinstall everything from scratch. About two years ago, I installed a 3.x.x of Bodhi (sorry, I don't remember the precise version anymore, but it was definitely an app-pack version). Right now, I reached 4.5.0 by just installing all of the system updates, which came from time to time. Now I found out, 4.5.0 is not available in 32bit, at least, not as an app-pack version. The only 32bit version available is the legacy version, but that one doesn't support PAE, but actually my netbook does. As far as I remember, the last version with PAE support was the 4.1.0, but I cannot find an ISO for that one anymore. 1. So what's your recommendation about the appropriate version to use, please? 2. Can I also install a 3.2.1 - 32bit and get to the current 4.5.0 by installing the system updates?
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    How to disable screensaver only for Kodi?

    I think, I should start again with the default settings of the screensaver, the blanking and the screen lock. Does anybody know what these settings are like at the beginning, i.e. right after Bodhi is installed (together with xscreensaver)? EDIT: Meanwhile, I used a Live-Bodhi on a thumbdrive to find the wanted default settings. To be able to compare them with my ordinary Bodhi, I did some screenshots of them and saved them on another machine. But restoring them and reinstalling xscreensaver didn't help either.
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    How to disable screensaver only for Kodi?

    Now, I found, running the netbook on AC or battery doesn't make any difference. I just had to reboot the netbook. I don't know what happened, but I cannot enable the presentation mode anymore, even the according option in the main menu is checked. Right now, the only chance to prevent the screen from blanking is to disable it in the screensaver settings. But then there's no blanking at all anymore.
  7. Centauri39

    How to disable screensaver only for Kodi?

    Indeed, when the presentation mode is disabled, the blanking does start during a movie running in Kodi (version 17.6). When the presentation mode is enabled there's no blanking within Kodi, but also none when Kodi is closed. In fact, I'm talking, too, about blanking without any other screensaver being enabled. I just did some tests, so see what's happening. Here 's what I did so far: 1. I disabled the presentation mode and set up the blanking to start after 1 minute (without any other screensaver enabled) together with the screen lock option enabled after 2 minutes to prevent both of them from happening at the same time. Still I get a "Locking failed..." message sometimes. After that I started Kodi and while watching a movie the screen was blanked after 1 minute and locked after 2 minutes. Only the sound was still there. With the screen blanked, I moved the mouse pointer around, xscreensaver was asking me for my password and after entering it, the desktop was back again. 2. Then I enabled the presentation mode with Kodi closed. After 1 minute in idle, the screen was blanked and locked after 2 minutes. Then, with Kodi running, the same happened. I even repeated section 2 after a reboot. So looks like presentation mode doesn't work anyway. But yesterday, there was a difference between presentation mode enabled and disabled. I don't know why it's different today. The only difference is, yesterday I was using the charging cable, but today I'm running my netbook on the battery. I'm not sure if this might be causing the different behaviour.
  8. Centauri39

    How to disable screensaver only for Kodi?

    I'm sorry for the misunderstanding! Let me try it again. I was referring to the presentation mode and I wondered whether or not there's any way to toggle it automatically. Maybe by means of a bash or something else like it? I want the presentation mode to be enabled only as long as Kodi is running, everywhere else I want it to be disabled.
  9. Centauri39

    How to disable screensaver only for Kodi?

    Is there any way to do this automatically?
  10. Centauri39

    How to disable screensaver only for Kodi?

    Thanks but, sorry, that's not what I meant. I want the screensaver within Kodi to remain enabled, but the one from Bodhi disabled, but only when Kodi is running. When Kodi is closed, the screensaver of Bodhi should be enabled again.
  11. I'm running Kodi 17.6 on my little netbook with Bodhi 4.5.0-32bit installed. I've set up Bodhi to let the screen turn black after 5 minutes in idle state and to lock it in that moment, too. When I continue, I'm asked for the password, the desktop is showing and everything is great. Unfortunately, I cannot find a way to disable the screensaver when Kodi is running, so the screen is turning black, too, while I'm watching a video, which I don't want to happen. How can I disable the screensaver only for Kodi, please?
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    Several issues after each try of Bodhi installation

    Meanwhile, I tried to open a folder as root and ePhoto is starting, too. Let me add, because I wanted to have the context option... Open as root ...I installed all packages referring to caja. Now, using the option Open with... -> Another application, I was able to replace ePhoto by the Enlightenment file manager, and so eSudo is asking me for my password with a command, referring to the enlightenment filemanager like this: Example: enlightenment_filemanager 'file:///usr' After entering the password, the wanted folder is supposed to open, but nothing happens anymore. Why does it not open, please? Another problem is still with the Firefox downloads. When they are done, the target folder is supposed to open, but again eSudo is asking me for my password and the folder does not open. Looks like the filemanagement went totally out of control, just because I wanted the context option to open something as root. I wanted that because I don't like to enter entire commands and pathes. What I was looking for is click that option, enter my password and... there we are. Looks like I should reinstall Bodhi again. I just want to have a bit more comfort than to enter each and every command or path in a terminal. That's why I want caja instead of PCManFM. Btw. I totally confused right now. Usually you have PCManFM as a file manager, but then there's also the Enlightenment filemanager. So, in the end, which one is it I'm actually supposed to use?
  13. Sorry, for my late response, I've been busy on something else. I had to reinstall the entire Bodhi. Now, I set up .bashrc the way you told me above. I've also chosen the marble wallpaper.
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    Ever heard about Crackberg?

    On my netbook with Bodhi 4.2.0 32-bit, there's the Fiberlamp screensaver, which is running after the netbook is idle for a while. Then after some more time has passed, the screen gets black. Sometimes, when the screen is black, I noticed some orange text, mentioning something about Crackberg and below this the folders of my personal folders are listed. This is visible for only a few seconds (so it's almost impossible to take a picture of it) and then the screen gets black again. Then wehn I touch the touchpad I'm asked for my password to unlock the screensaver and everything is as usual. Have you ever heard about Crackberg? What is it all about? EDIT: Looks like it's a developer of a group of screensavers, isn't it? I really was worried about this, because according to the name it might have been some sort of cracking having happened.
  15. For several days now, I'm trying very desperately to install a Bodhi 4.2.0 64bit apppack on this system. CPU: i6700K RAM: 2 RAM's, each 16GB (yes, I know it is very much, but I wanted to be prepared for the future) Mainboard: Z170A GAMING M5 Videocard: GM206 [GeForce GTX 960] System drive: Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB Storage drive: ST4000DM000-1F2168 Dual boot together with Win10 Pro 64bit I even downloaded the Bodhi-ISO several times, but each time, MD5 is ok and serveral thumbdrives are ok, too. But after the installation is done, there are the following issues: A ) I want Firefox to be my preferred browser. I also installed the add-on Download Manager (S3) in Firefox and therefore I need this keybord shortcut CTRL + ALT + D This is also the shortcut for show desktop ( = minimize all windows). That's why I changed the show desktop shortcut to CTRL + Shift + ALT + D After downloading something (by means of the above mentioned download manager add-on of Firefox), there's an option to open the target folder, but instead of this, I see the ePhoto tool, which is nonsense in that moment. I'm not sure if this is some how caused by the ffmpegthumnailer package which I also installed to have thumbnails of video files. B ) I've set up the keyboard shortcut CTRL + ALT + T to open Terminology, but when I do, the cursor is at the beginning of the prompt, not after it. It doesn't only happen with the shortcu but also when I try to open the Terminal from within the main menu. Then I have to repeat opening it a few times to get the curser after the prompt like it is meant to be. To prevent this from happening, I had to add the line screenfetch | lolcat to the .bashrc after installing screenfetch (to have some system data on top of Terminology) and lolcat (to have some color in the screenfetch section). C) I want to replace the default file manager PCmanFM by Caja. So, with a reboot afterwards, I did sudo apt-get install caja caja-share Then, in the settings, i.e. in the default programmes, I enabled Caja. I did this in the startup programmes and in the reboot programmes, too. But no matter what, PCmanFM is still being used. So what can I do to fix these issues, please?
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