Bodhi Linux – Moksha & Pure Enlightenment FAQ

Bodhi Linux – Moksha & Pure Enlightenment FAQ

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Bodhi Linux – Moksha

Bodhi Linux 6.x comes with the Moksha Desktop Window Manager (a fork of Enlightenment).

Although Moksha and Enlightenment are functionally similar, there are one or two significant and many subtle differences between the two. Depending on how familiar you are with Moksha Desktop will influence how easy/challenging you’ll find the transition between the two.

There is the possibility of an Enlightenment release, at a later date.

What are the main differences between Moksha & Enlightenment?

There is a comprehensive forum post on this very subject. Please follow this link for further reading.

I only see a 64-bit version of BL6, will there be a 32-bit version?

Providing a 32-bit version is on the roadmap, but currently, it is simply a desire and nothing more. The complexities, feasibility and timeline remain unknown at this time. This specific forum post touches on this subject.

How do I open the Main Menu?

To open the Main Menu either: left-click on the Desktop or left-click the “up arrow” icon (left-most) on the (bottom aligned) Shelf

How do I change screen resolution?

From the Main Menu, navigate to Main Menu > Settings > Settings Panel. With the Setting Panel open, select “screen” from the top navigation, from list of options shown, left-click “Screen Setup“. You will now have the Screen Settings open from within which you can change the screen resolution for each Virtual Display.

What is the equivalent of ARandR in Enlightenment?

see FAQ entry on this page titled: How do I change the Screen Resolution

What happened to the “Run Everything” Launcher?

In Enlightenment, the equivalent functionality is obtained through Quick Launcher. One way to open this is to left-click Main Menu > Quick Launcher

How can I open Quick Launcher using WinKey + Space?

This is performed by creating a custom Key Binding

Navigate to Main Menu > Settings > Settings Panel. With the Setting Panel open, select Input from the top navigation, from list of options shown, left-click “Key Bindings” to open the Key Binding settings.

With Key Bindings Settings open, click the Addtype your Binding (WinKey + Space), then in the Actions pane (on the right), select the option Show Quick Launcher, click Apply and then close. If successful, the key binding WinKey + Space will now open the Quick Launcher

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