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  1. Indraraja Purbosatryo

    Share your Desktop

    hahaha nope, that is ext4 partition (Too lazy to divide my drive into smaller chunks ) Bodhi is the one and only. No one else. Windoze is the one whom I left behind with. He's my past lol
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    Hello! Greetings from Yogyakarta!

    yeah Oblio2231, glad to using Bodhi as my main OS too! @BeGo hahaha, peyem juga deh kang yeaaah Gudeg is one of our oldest yet tasty culinary. You could only find it in Jogja.
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    Share your Desktop

    As always. Simplicity wins.
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    Hello! Greetings from Yogyakarta!

    Hello guys! Thank you for giving birth to this great distro! I'm sorry my issues came first before my introduction. My bad, my bad. However, I'm Indra. Born in Special Region, Kingdom of Yogyakarta. Located in Java Island, Indonesia. Beautiful island, if I may say. Please have a visit if you have some spare time Great distro, really. And unbelievingly, so responsive and very fast. It just 'wow'. Long live Bodhi!
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    Desktop settings gone after upgrade?

    As far as I know, Right clicking anywhere on the screen is the mouse shortcut key of your Favorites Menus. By default (I mean fresh installation), you will have zero saved favorites menu. I refer to this link http://www.bodhilinux.com/w/the-menu-system/#
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    [SOLVED] SSD HDD compability on Bodhi Linux

    Wow thats great! Thanks man for loving our traditional music. Glad to hear gamelan could have regular performance. Did they liked it? I myself a fan of shadow puppet and gamelan music also, the 'gending' sound is just too addictive for me. Wow, arts dept in Indonesia? don't tell me it's Institut Seni Indonesia. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yeah, before this topic starts to get distracted , I think it would be better to mark this one as a solved one. Thanks for your support and assistance guys. Really loved it
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    [SOLVED] SSD HDD compability on Bodhi Linux

    Kabar sangat baik, terima kasih banyak Well yeah, that makes me want to try equipping my arsenal with SSD! Maybe in the next week or two, still accomplishing my quest regarding on how SSD and magnetic HHD But hey, thanks for your information! Aah I see, so hibernation takes swap in order to get to works. Well, nice info you get man! That's nice! Appreciate that man, really. It is not every time you jumped into particular forum and hear (or basically 'see') other people speaking my native language. Well, I have no more to say. Speechless Well, it's glad to know you all, thanks for making Bodhi born in the first place. I have a feeling Bodhi will grow bigger. Ya ya, sampai jumpai lagi Gohlip
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    [SOLVED] SSD HDD compability on Bodhi Linux

    Well yeah, I'm really curious how fast she can go Well, that likely if ones demands speed, then SSD is the answer. Yeaah your topic enlight me. Read also on your topic that redirects to https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-configure-periodic-trim-for-ssd-storage-on-linux-servers So, sorry for OOT, this about the swap space and the SSD. I have 4GB installed in my laptop and it seems big enough for me and I rarely doing some multitasking job and I've never seen my RAM got leaked and used the swap. I think it would be okay if I don't allocate some SSD space for swap. Sama sama dan terima kasih
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    [SOLVED] SSD HDD compability on Bodhi Linux

    Thanks for the response Stefan and Gohlip! Selamat juga! Hahaha thanks for the insight. Well, I've never experience machine running any SSD (SSD HDD) in my life. So want to make sure about many things before deciding to upgrade or not. Don't have more to say, still confuse But glad to know Bodhi supports well on SSD. PS : Ah sorry I forgot to mention my machine. I'm running Bodhi on my Lenovo laptop IdeaPad 110. The 1TB harddrive is too big for me. With that wumbo jumbo size I think it would be suits more like external harddrive than the internal one. Honestly, I don't need too much big space for internal laptop harddrive, below 100GB would be big enough for me. Thanks for the insight again guys, really helps! oblio2231 Uhm, thanks for the advice man! Sorry, but I'm not that so-called-very-techy-guy, still learning about Linux, new convert from you-know-W. I don't know simple swapping old magnetic HDD with SSD lead into learning some new stuff. Yet if fun Gladly I will consider that Sorry for my bad English
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    [SOLVED] SSD HDD compability on Bodhi Linux

    Hi guys! I want to try upgrading my HDD into SSD, Toshiba Q300 SSD. Before I had to, I have a couple of question here. Are there any of you has Bodhi running on SSD? If yes, do SSD compatible with Bodhi ? (I mean, do I need any proprietary driver and any such things?) Do SSD really increase the overall performance in Bodhi? If SSD do increase the overall performance, in your opinion, is it really worth it upgrade to SSD? Let's assume, if all the answer is 'yes', do I need some tweaking on the SSD? Just like this page says https://sites.google.com/site/easylinuxtipsproject/ssd Yeaah I want to know whether any of you guys have a machine running SSD and maybe you have some particular experience with SSD and Bodhi Just let me know! Thanks in advance!
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    [Solved] Moksha Segfault

    Yeah, thats happen to me too. Also, in my Default theme firing alt+tab rigorously (cycling beetween apps fast enough) when I have 2 minimized apps trigger the segfault. Then I changed my theme to Radiance, firing alt+tab. Nothing happens. Then changed back to Default theme. Firing alt+tab. Nothing happens.
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    Screen flickering sometimes on Lenovo Idea Pad 110

    Okay man, thanks for the idea I'm not really sure about this, with the default theme sometimes firing alt tab continuously (with minimal 2 minimized apps) triggered the segfault and ends with desktop freeze (I still could move the mouse cursor tho). Then I changed into Radiance theme and starts firing the alt tab. And nothing was happened, all seems okay. Then I change my theme back into the default one, in case to make sure about it...Starts firing the alt tab again (with 2 apps). And the segfault was gone. I don't know, its weird [is there are any way to delete this post?]
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    [Solved] Moksha Segfault

    Hmm, I have disabling the window geometry text in Window Display settings and it seems the segfault was gone (with default theme). I noticed some sequence that trigger the segfault (the sudden Moksha restart). Note that this happens only in Detorious theme. This sequence seems doesn't trigger the segfault in default theme. So here's the sequence. [The Sequence, triggered only in Detorious theme] (Right after booting my machine) Do Settings > Settings Panel > Windows > Clicking random items there > sudden Moksha restart (sometimes I succesfully enter, lets says, Window Display and changing something there, but usually the segfault suddenly occurs just right after that. When it happen, my changes didn't saved at all) Note that I'm using Lenovo idepad 110 with Bodhi 4.0.0 64 bit, standard edition, kernel 4.9.5-040905 generic, updated MESA to 17.1, and doing regular apt-get update.
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    Screen flickering sometimes on Lenovo Idea Pad 110

    It's okay Jeff, I still love Bodhi Right now I'm using only Bodhi as my main OS. No dualboot-thing (yeah I'm a new convert to Linux and I'm happy enjoying my time running Bodhi). I'm sorry I couldn't provide you with more, maybe some useful helps? But based from what I noticed, Asides from the segfault the system is running fine. In fact I'm using Bodhi now to building website using XAMPP (or LAMP I don't know, still new to this stuff ) and Sublime. But strangely, as I script the HTML down and doing some love with XAMPP, the segfault never ever occur even once, until now (I don't know, maybe it will occur next time? But when I do Sublime and XAMPP, all things just fine). Strange but, it occurs one or two times (screen freeeze) when I opened Setting > Setting panel and tweaks a bit or two items there. Also I noticed Moksha forcely restart by itself, and it happen more a lot than the segfault (screen freeze), just by applying thing, or exiting some setting windows or another "simple actions". And oh, I remember, VLC also freeze for sometime, but when I moved to SMPlayer, the freezes is totally gone. I think this is more into the apps, not the system I guess. As I am primarily used my machine to work on Sublime, XAMPP, some movie watching and simple FileZilla thing, I couldn't provide you guys with more broader type of apps that got shot down by the segfault. But besides all of that, Bodhi just totally fine, just as smooth as silk, blazingly fast, good job for you guys
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    Screen flickering sometimes on Lenovo Idea Pad 110

    Thanks bro. Yep, already doing this sudo X -ac :1 & export DISPLAY=:1 valgrind --show-reachable=no --vgdb-error=0 --tool=memcheck enlightenment and disabling the window geometry text in Windows display setting. Still playing around to trigger the segfault. And unfornately its just happen, I can't believe it, just right after I wrote this and playing with my setting My windows got freeze up and nothing I can do except moving the mouse cursor and turn off my machine. Is there any way to retrieve the logs? PS: I'm still total newbie and still learning Linux. So I still didn't know what is the best command to retrieve the logs in this kind of situation. I hope you understand
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