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Old 02-27-2019, 01:42 PM   #16
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ist das gut?

hey - not sure how updated this is but useful

https://www.bodhilinux.com/w/wiki/

not saying RTFM!!!! but read it when you can in order. but before check through some stuff to give you a heads up. even the terminology messes me up so don't get frustrated.

as i may have said i love it - no fan boy just stable and feels right.

have it running on 3 laptops.

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Old 02-28-2019, 12:11 AM   #17
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when i first saw enlightnement it blew me away for thos that have shelves or whaver all over the dektop etc... it was wild but back then the distros were sketchy and the first initial one no one helped unless you were advanced but it was nice. to this day i cannot find and do not remeber it but it had red on the main desktop. furstrtaed me and also the learning curve was tough. never got wireless going because they never got it going unless you knew what you were doing then i found bodhi - a learning curve but not that bad. now for my basic needs it is natural and other stuff sucks and seems more like windows to me.

like i said reinstall and start from there - you need help ask and we can walk you through some setups and places to go to tweak.
write notes too. i have files for this.

i also have multiple laptops running bodhi and 1 debian and i refer to the others when i have to do a new install - and now hopefully i am good until 2022 or 2023 and i may be dead by then.

then my wife can do her thing, since i am the semi-it guy here!
Many thanks for this info
i have not reinstalled yet thinking i could also learn a few things before reinstalling

and also looking into other distroies that are more easier for me to learn
thanks
 
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Old 02-28-2019, 03:16 AM   #18
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Hello there

Yes, Bodhi Linux si not aimed for people switching from Windows to Linux world. It is aimed mainly for more experienced users and people with older HW. Of course all users are welcome and we are ready to help them. New Linux people could be confused to new desktop fetures as I was when switched to Bodhi in 2011. The best way is to have someone experienced around to help. Another way is looking at Bodhi wiki where you can learn the distro usage. The last thing should be forum. If you are looking for more user friendly distro and you have good HW, maybe Mint could fullfil your needs.

Stefan
 
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Old 02-28-2019, 04:37 AM   #19
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Hnag in there it is not that hard.
 
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Old 02-28-2019, 05:05 PM   #20
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Many thanks for this info
i have not reinstalled yet thinking i could also learn a few things before reinstalling
One thing you may want to experiment with is selectively backing up Moshka settings, as described in the linked post.

It's a habit I got into because Enlightenment was not as stable as Moshka and fiddling with some settings (or whatever) could cause it to crash. I leave it to others to confirm whether or not the same 'trick' remains valid for restoring Moshka to a previous state -- without reinstalling the OS.
 
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