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madmax25 03-28-2020 05:50 PM

BL5.1-64bit and 32bit - How to make path to 'Desktop' international, please?
 
When I try to access 'Desktop' from the Main menu

Code:

Menu->Places->Desktop
I get an Error, telling me,


Quote:

File or folder not found
I guess, it is a translation issue, because that menu entry is pointing to
Code:

/home/MyUsername/Desktop
But since I'm using a German system, it must be pointing to
Code:

/home/MyUsername/Schreibtisch
This is most likely an issue on many non-English Bodhi's.

How can it be fixed in order to make it work for all languages, please?

rbtylee 03-29-2020 07:43 AM

Interesting. Kinda weird no one has reported this before as the code in the places modules has been the same for a decade or something. Meaning this issue has been around that long or longer.

Regardless try updating moksha to the version in the testing repo (for now only 64 bit: moksha_20200329bodhi30.3.1_amd64.deb). Let me know if this works as well as let me know if this breaks things in other situations.

the_waiter 03-29-2020 08:47 AM

Working for me Robert

Nice catch :)

Thx

madmax25 03-29-2020 12:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rbtylee (Post 6105583)
Regardless try updating moksha to the version in the testing repo (for now only 64 bit: moksha_20200329bodhi30.3.1_amd64.deb).

Is it safe trying?
How can I get back to the other Moksha again, in case there's any damage happening?
By forcing that particular version in Synaptic and removing the added source or how?

EDIT:
Would a Timeshift backup be a good idea?

EDIT2:
No, I guess, I know how to get back:
By removing the source and do an update and a full- or dist-upgrade again. Right?

the_waiter 03-29-2020 01:04 PM

yes, it is safe

sudo apt update && sudo apt dist-upgrade

madmax25 03-29-2020 01:45 PM

Great, no damage noticeable so far and 'Desktop' can now be accessed properly.
Looks like I can keep the now installed new packages.
But now, I'm not sure about what do do with the added source.
Leave it there?
Or remove it, to get no more testing packages?
But if I remove it and do the next updates, how can I be sure the installed ones stay intact?

the_waiter 03-29-2020 04:06 PM

Go back to the b5main repo

I somehow overlooked the last moksha package is in the testings repo (kids still around me). To prevent some troubles revert the repo back...

Stefan

rbtylee 03-30-2020 06:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the_waiter (Post 6105694)
Go back to the b5main repo

I somehow overlooked the last moksha package is in the testings repo (kids still around me). To prevent some troubles revert the repo back...

Stefan

This version of moksha is now in the b5main repo for both 64 bit and 32 bit CPUs.


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