Bodhi Linux – Moksha & Pure Enlightenment FAQ

Bodhi Linux – Moksha & Pure Enlightenment FAQ

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Bodhi Linux - Moksha & Pure Enlightenment FAQ
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<h2>Bodhi Linux - Moksha</h2> <strong>Bodhi Linux 6.x</strong> comes with the <a href="https://www.bodhilinux.com/moksha-desktop/">Moksha Desktop</a> Window Manager (<em>a fork of <strong>Enlightenment</strong></em>). Although <strong>Moksha</strong> and <strong>Enlightenment</strong> are<em> functionally</em> <strong>similar</strong>, there are one or two <em>significant</em> and <em>many subtle</em> <strong>differences</strong> between the two. Depending on how familiar you are with <a href="https://www.bodhilinux.com/moksha-desktop/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Moksha Desktop</a> will influence how easy/challenging you'll find the transition between the two. <em>There is the possibility of an <a href="https://www.enlightenment.org/about" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Enlightenment</a> release, at a later date. Currently there is a Beta of 6.1 Enlightenment - click <a href="https://bodhilinux.boards.net/thread/935/bodhi-enlightenment-25-beta-release">here</a> for more information. </em> <h3>What are the main differences between Moksha &amp; Enlightenment?</h3> There is a <em>comprehensive</em> <strong>forum post</strong> on this very subject. Please <em>follow</em> this <a href="https://bodhilinux.boards.net/post/1212/thread">link</a> for further <strong>reading</strong>. <h3>I only see a 64-bit version of BL6, will there be a 32-bit version?</h3> 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 <a href="https://bodhilinux.boards.net/post/1233/thread">post</a> touches on this subject. <h3>How do I open the Main Menu?</h3> To open the <strong>Main Menu</strong> either: <em>left-click</em> on the <strong>desktop</strong> or <em>left-click</em> the "up arrow" icon (<em>left-most</em>) on the (<em>bottom aligned</em>) <strong>shelf</strong> <h3>How do I change screen resolution?</h3> From the <strong>Main Menu</strong>, navigate to <em>Main Menu &gt; Settings &gt; Settings Panel</em>. With the <strong>Setting Panel</strong> open, <em>select</em> "screen" from the top navigation, from list of options shown, <em>left-click</em> "Screen Setup". You will now have the <strong>Screen Settings</strong> <em>open</em> from within which you can <em>change</em> the <strong>screen resolution</strong> for each <strong>Virtual Display</strong>. <h3>What is the equivalent of ARandR in Enlightenment?</h3> See the FAQ entry on this page titled: <a href="#How_do_I_change_screen_resolution"><em>How do I change the Screen Resolution</em></a> <h3>What happened to the "Run Everything" Launcher?</h3> In <strong>Enlightenment</strong>, the equivalent functionality is obtained through <strong>Quick Launcher</strong>. One way to open this is to <em>left-click: Main Menu &gt; Quick Launcher</em> <h3>How can I open Quick Launcher using SuperKey + Space?</h3> This is performed by creating a custom <a href="https://www.bodhilinux.com/w/key-bindings-and-edge-bindings/">Key Binding</a> <em>Navigate</em> to <em>Main Menu &gt; Settings &gt; Settings Panel</em>. With the <strong>Setting Panel</strong> open, <em>select</em> <strong>Input</strong> from the top navigation, from list of options shown, <em>left-click</em> "Key Bindings" to <em>open</em> the <strong>Key Binding settings</strong>. With <strong>Key Bindings Settings</strong> open, <em>click</em> the <strong>Add</strong>, <em>type</em> your <strong>Binding</strong> (<em>&lt;SuperKey&gt;+&lt;Space&gt;</em>), then in the <strong>Actions </strong>pane (<em>on the right</em>), <em>select</em> the option <strong>Show Quick Launcher, </strong><em>click</em> <strong>Apply</strong> and then <strong>close</strong>. If successful, the <strong>key binding</strong> &lt;SuperKey&gt;+&lt;Space&gt; will now <em>open</em> the <strong>Quick Launcher</strong><em> </em>
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