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Second wave of pre-release discs are here -> http://sourceforge.net/projects/bodhilinux/files/TestingDiscs/prerelease/

 

This should resolve most issues regarding profiles and replaces terminology with lxterminal. Note the start up page in Midori still has issues (which will be fixed before the final disc) and the local documentation is still waiting to be updated. The disc images are also slightly smaller in size as I cleared up some extra data they had laying around.

 

Please let me know what issues yall find... I'd love for this to be our best release yet. Please note this set of disc images no longer has the testing repo enabled by default, but I still consider them testing.

 

~Jeff

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Second wave of pre-release discs are here -> http://sourceforge.net/projects/bodhilinux/files/TestingDiscs/prerelease/

 

This should resolve most issues regarding profiles and replaces terminology with lxterminal. Note the start up page in Midori still has issues (which will be fixed before the final disc) and the local documentation is still waiting to be updated. The disc images are also slightly smaller in size as I cleared up some extra data they had laying around.

 

Please let me know what issues yall find... I'd love for this to be our best release yet. Please note this set of disc images no longer has the testing repo enabled by default, but I still consider them testing.

 

~Jeff

 

 

Downloading now. It's New Year's Eve Jeff, go out and have a beer or two or 7 or 8.

 

Vince

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No show stoppers so far Jeff. Everything working fast and smoothly. Definitely will be your best release yet. Congrats!

 

Vince

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2.2.0 64 and 32 bits

 

the former localization problem still remains: the keyboard layout chosen during the installation is ignored and not applied after the reboot.

 

new installed software only shows as new menu items after restarting enlightenment

 

lxkeymap doesn't run, with the same error log as before: An exit code of 1 was returned from lxkeymap

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Could we possibly include Duma's Bodhi theme and remove some other one?

 

If that is ready I am happy to add it.

 

E team must have changed something affecting system language/keyboard. Users will simply have to change it in the E settings after installing Bodhi now.

 

~Jeff

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Second wave of pre-release discs are here -> http://sourceforge.net/projects/bodhilinux/files/TestingDiscs/prerelease/

 

This should resolve most issues regarding profiles and replaces terminology with lxterminal. Note the start up page in Midori still has issues (which will be fixed before the final disc) and the local documentation is still waiting to be updated. The disc images are also slightly smaller in size as I cleared up some extra data they had laying around.

 

Please let me know what issues yall find... I'd love for this to be our best release yet. Please note this set of disc images no longer has the testing repo enabled by default, but I still consider them testing.

 

~Jeff

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Can confirm meanpt's problem with keyboard layout after the initial reboot. The keyboard switcher gadget was marked as loaded

but there was great difficulty in getting it to register. It is possible after much playing around. 64bit iso.

The lxdm login manager will not load other desktops even though they are registered in the desktop dialog.

To whoever implimented the lao language dialog in the installer, thanks. Classy.

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If that is ready I am happy to add it.

 

E team must have changed something affecting system language/keyboard. Users will simply have to change it in the E settings after installing Bodhi now.

 

~Jeff

 

So everyone not living in the us is presented with a wrong keyboard... Whats about adding the keyboard selector to ALL profiles by default, I know ugly but helpful for new users?

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Upgraded to E17 and 2.2.0 by terminal and apt-get (dist-)upgrade ... therefore I've not seen the installation language tool. But I'm missing the E-settings language panel, too. It's simply missing. Any ideas?

 

 

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Upgraded to E17 and 2.2.0 by terminal and apt-get (dist-)upgrade ... therefore I've not seen the installation language tool. But I'm missing the E-settings language panel, too. It's simply missing. Any ideas?

 

 

 

You have to add the keyboard gadget to your shelf or desktop and choose your keyboard, i.e. german, and in settings/all your language.

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You have to add the keyboard gadget to your shelf or desktop and choose your keyboard, i.e. german, and in settings/all your language.

 

You don't necessarily have to add the Gadget. Just loading the module is enough. It adds the menu entry Main Menu>Settings>All>Input>Keyboard.

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Thx to both of you! Due to my resetted e-Profile I indeed had to activate the language module as well as the keyboard gadget. Wondering why language module is not enabled by default, but well, now I'm able to choose my language and my preferred keyboard layout and it's fine. :)

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