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Moshka can't write to ecomp

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I was in middle of using bodhibuilder when the screen saver went on and asked if it should change the setting of the screen saver I chose no and this error came up I finished bodhibuilder and restarted but after the log on screen it loops back to the log on screen, seemingly I need to reinstall Moshka Which I did not try yet just reporting the bug unless I should use bugzilla?

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Does your drive have any space remaining? That message generally implies Moksha either doesn't have permission to write to your configuration directory or there isn't space to write.

 

Creating an ISO image takes a good deal of space.

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SRYoung, it is spelled Moksha. It is a newbie mistake -- no worries, no stress. But now that you can spell it correctly, you are officially no longer a newbie :)

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The symptoms point to a bad ISO. Make a new live USB, using a different ISO.

 

Have you performed a chksum on the ISO, or verified its integrity? We can show you how, and there are other pages --and similar threads in this forum-- that explain it clearly.

 

As a last sanity check, boot from the USB, not from the installed Bodhi, capisce?

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ok this is embarassing I had this mistake when using termenonolgy but I couldn't figure out what whent wrong until after wards...   by the way where did the name come from?

anyways the hdd partition is 120gd so plenty of space thier and after starting moksha got a error think with Eet but with sudo worked now stuck by  Ecore_X says Moksha cannot initialize Ecore_X

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How are you trying to start Moksha? Generally that error means you are trying to start the desktop without an active xserver running. 

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