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Old 09-22-2018, 01:57 PM   #1
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BL4.5.0-64bit - Need command to start Moksha from command line?

I cannot login to Bodhi anymore.

My password is checked forever with no further progress, but I can login from the command line.

Now, I'm looking for the command to start Moksha again.

What does it look like, please?
Old 09-23-2018, 07:34 AM   #2
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not being a wiseguy but with all of the problems you seem to be having you must be retweaking and messing with all sorts of internal aspects pf your system and most likely making a mess out of stuff. i personally want a nice clean stable functioning system. i leave what i can alone and enjoy using my laptops.
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The reason for my question was, because, yesterday, I want to sort my wifi connections and get rid of an old one which (for some unknown reason) didn't appear in "Edit WiFi connections", but something went wrong, and so, I wasn't able to login anymore.

The computer was booting until the login screen, but my password was authorized for ever and nothing happened anymore.

Using CTRL+ALT+F1, I entered the command line and there I was able to login, but because I couldn't find the command to start Moksha, I got stuck at that point.

I solved it by booting to the recovery mode in Grub and updated some appearantly broken packages.

After that Bodhi was working again.

But still my question is left:

What's the command to start Moksha from the command line?
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have you tried
Old 10-04-2018, 11:30 AM   #5
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I'm not absolutely sure, but I thought it was something like
 enlightenment_restart <tty>
usually is that tty number 6 that you see when hitting CTRL+ALT+F7


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