Bodhi Linux 4.3.1 Unscheduled Update Released

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  1. Ray says:

    For those of us Users that have bodhi64 4.2 64bit is there an auto upgrade/update to 4.3.1?
    For those of us with 10+ years old PC’s and Legacy 4.2 32bit installed is there an auto upgrade/update to 4.3.1?
    If not how do we get release 4.3.1?

  2. TIMMI says:

    I was wondering if your team figured out yet, how to make the click on desktop menu flip automatically, to scroll to the other side, when one clicks close to the right side of the screen?
    Our laptop screens are all in 16:9 aspect ratio (tablets too). Keyboard and touchpad are off-center to the left, with keypad on the right. It is a good idea to “glue” application window to the left edge, not the right. That centers it more in front of us. Better ergonomics. That gives us a space on the right, for things. Either widgets, or notepad and calculator or other small things – I move the menu bar (shelf, or whatever a flavor of linux chooses to call it) to the right edge. That gives more vertical screen real-estate where needed.
    That also means, if we arrange things for correct ergonomics, what we’ll be clicking on the desktop in that right-sided area. Hence, why that menu should automatically switch sides with it is out of space. Programs have been functioning like this for decades – even before Linux even existed.

    Hence the question, has it been fixed?
    thanks 🙂

  3. Ray says:

    The response to “how do we get release 4.3.1” seems to be missing.
    What is the process to upgrade from 4.2.0 to 4.3.1?

  4. Ray says:

    Running apt update and apt list upgradable gives me:
    ca-certificates/xenial-updates,xenial-updates,xenial-security,xenial-security 20170717~16.04.1 all [upgradable from: 20160104ubuntu1]
    dnsmasq-base/xenial-updates,xenial-security 2.75-1ubuntu0.16.04.3 amd64 [upgradable from: 2.75-1ubuntu0.16.04.2]
    libnss3/xenial-updates,xenial-security 2:3.28.4-0ubuntu0.16.04.3 amd64 [upgradable from: 2:3.28.4-0ubuntu0.16.04.2]
    libnss3-1d/xenial-updates,xenial-security 2:3.28.4-0ubuntu0.16.04.3 amd64 [upgradable from: 2:3.28.4-0ubuntu0.16.04.2]
    libnss3-nssdb/xenial-updates,xenial-updates,xenial-security,xenial-security 2:3.28.4-0ubuntu0.16.04.3 all [upgradable from: 2:3.28.4-0ubuntu0.16.04.2]
    libpoppler-cpp0/xenial-updates,xenial-security 0.41.0-0ubuntu1.3 amd64 [upgradable from: 0.41.0-0ubuntu1.2]
    libpoppler-glib8/xenial-updates,xenial-security 0.41.0-0ubuntu1.3 amd64 [upgradable from: 0.41.0-0ubuntu1.2]
    libpoppler58/xenial-updates,xenial-security 0.41.0-0ubuntu1.3 amd64 [upgradable from: 0.41.0-0ubuntu1.2]
    poppler-utils/xenial-updates,xenial-security 0.41.0-0ubuntu1.3 amd64 [upgradable from: 0.41.0-0ubuntu1.2]

    running eepDater gives me the following in addition to the above (I had to type them in since there is no way to copy the contents of eepDater):

    Why are the lists different?
    I will run the update to eepDater to see if Bodhi is upgraded from 4.2.0 to 4.3.1. All of my previous upgraded have been done with apt upgrade or apt full-upgrade.


  5. Ray says:

    Running the upgrade with eepDater did in fact upgrade bodhi which apt full-upgrade did not do 3 days ago. Why did the command line not get those packages? Does bodhi use a different command line tool than apt?

    • When you are running updates using the cli be sure you are using the dist-upgrade argument or some packages will get left behind on occasion. This is the command the graphical tool uses to pull in all updates.

      So for example: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

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