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QuickStart Guide Contributors Authors: Mark “ottermaton” Strawser – Head of Documentation Anthony “AntCer” Cervantes – Chief of the QS Guide Jeff “Jef91” Hoogland The Team: Charles (Charles@Bodhi) van de Beek – Editor / Consultant...

Resources

Resources

Resources Bodhi Linux Site The official Bodhi Linux site. Bodhi Wiki Documentation by Bodhi Users for Bodhi Users. (Click here for the Table of Contents) Bodhi Linux AppCenter Official Bodhi Linux software packages. Bodhi...

Brief FAQs

Brief FAQs

Brief FAQs Many new users to Bodhi seem to have the same questions, so here are the answers to a few of them. About Bodhi Linux Why are there so few applications installed? Part...

Quick Launcher

Quick Launcher

Quick Launcher is a Moksha module which, as its name implies, allows you to launch applications quickly.  Want to get to the Favorite Applications dialog box to set up your Favorites Menu?  Then just...

Moksha Basics

Moksha Basics

Moksha Basics Organize your Tasks with Virtual Desktops Virtual Desktops allow you to group applications of a certain type on one desktop and those of a different type on another. You have initially four...

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   ...

How Do I Get Flash Working in My Browser?

How Do I Get Flash Working in My Browser?

Most distributions require the user to download and install packages individually in the hope that online media might just work.  Bodhi takes care of this for you by providing a single, properly named package....

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...

Changing Elementary Theme

Changing Elementary Theme

Open a terminal and run: elementary_config You will be greeted by a window where you want to click on Themes at the top: Select the Theme you want to use by clicking on it...

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...