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Connecting to the Internet

Connecting to the Internet

Conneting to the Internet Bodhi makes connecting to the internet or your local network easy with the use of Network Manager (nm-applet). You will see an icon similar to this in your Shelf   ...

Enlightenment Settings: a dialog box roadmap

Enlightenment Settings: a dialog box roadmap

Enlightenment settings are customized by means of dialog boxes. They fall into two types: General settings, such as themes, fonts, and virtual desktops. The dialog boxes for these are most easily accessed by typing...

Personal Application Launchers

Personal Application Launchers

Application launchers are central to the Moksha window management system. The control, among other things, which menu (if any) lists an application, and how that application is to be run. Application launchers are also...

Key Bindings and Edge Bindings

Key Bindings and Edge Bindings

Want to quickly disable your laptop’s touchpad? Then set up a key binding. Or easily switch between desktops? Use an edge binding. Key bindings specify the actions that occur when you press a key...

Configuring a new Bodhi Installation

Configuring a new Bodhi Installation

This article describes the initial tweaks you might make to a newly-installed Bodhi system. These include setting up your keyboard (if you live outside the US), turning off some composite effects to speed things...

Virtual Desktops

Virtual Desktops

Introduction You have on your Bodhi system four virtual desktops, and you can have more if you wish, or less. Tiny preview pictures of these desktops appear in the Pager gadget on your shelf,...

The iBar on E19: Tracking launched Applications

The iBar on E19: Tracking launched Applications

Introduction The iBar gadget is an application launcher dock, meaning that it houses launchers for frequently-used applications such as your web browser, file manager, and email client. With E19 its use has been extended,...

Gadgets, Modules, and Shelves

Gadgets, Modules, and Shelves

Gadgets A gadget is a small application that will either: Give information about some aspect of your system, as is the case with the CPU Frequency gadget, or Perform a specific action, such as...

System Requirements

System Requirements

Minimum: 500mhz processor 128MB of RAM 4GB of drive space Recommended: 1.0ghz processor 512MB of RAM 10GB of drive space

Profiles

Profiles

Profiles store the customizations you’ve applied to your desktop. These include the shelves you’ve set up, any key or edge bindings, and your choice of GTK theme, along with menu customizations such as disabling...