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...

Installing Closed Source Nvidia Drivers

Installing Closed Source Nvidia Drivers

Before installing closed source Nvidia® drivers you need to determine if your graphics card is supported by the current GeForce® driver or if it requires the older legacy driver.  Graphics cards that are 8000...

Logo and Colors

Logo and Colors

Classic Logo:       Classic with Text:       Dark Logo:   Dark with Text:     Simple Logo:   Color Pallet:   Font: The font to be used for the Bodhilinux.com...

System Requirements

System Requirements

Minimum: 500mhz processor 256MB of RAM 4GB of drive space Recommended: 1.0ghz processor 512MB of RAM 10GB of drive space Does your system meet these requirements?  Then click here to see which ISO image will...

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...

Adding Software

Adding Software

Bodhi’s minimalism philosophy means that few applications come pre-installed on your system. Which means you are free to populate it with whatever software packages suit you best. This article describes the various ways you...

Website RSS Feeds

Website RSS Feeds

Being built on WordPress, our site offers some nice features like the ability to receive customized RSS feeds.  If you’re unfamiliar with RSS feeds, read this Wikipedia article, which explains it very well.  In...

Changing the System Language

Changing the System Language

Changing from Default English to Make Bodhi Linux in Your Own Language. At the time of writing there are no language-packs in the Appcenter, so you will need your terminal.  Fear not, it’s easier...

The Menu System

The Menu System

This article describes the Moksha menu system used by Bodhi Linux. The Main Menu, and two of its sub-menus, are available at the click of the mouse – i.e. a click on any empty...