Wiki Category: Informative

Moksha Desktop Customisation

Overview This article will guide you through a full Moksha Desktop Customisation Components coming soon…. Acknowledgements This entire article is based upon on the incredible work of Bodhi Team member: enigma9o7 and the associated Bodhi Linux Forum post How I customized my desktop mixing moksha themes [TUTORIAL]. In the forum, you can read the original post, see...

Swap Space Management

Swap Space Linux swap space is a special area for the OS that can be used as additional system RAM. The more traditional approach to swap space used a Swap Partition on your disk system. The more modern approach, as used by Bodhi Linux (based upon Ubuntu ), is the use of a Swap File....

Minimum Specification Hardware FAQs

Minimum Spec FAQ When living on the bleeding edge of Bodhi Linux Minimum Hardware Specification (as defined below), some unique situations (such as severe memory-constraints) may be experienced that simply would not happen on systems afforded with a more lavish hardware specification. This article looks to answer some common questions on this subject, c/w some...

Bodhi Linux FAQs

FAQs Below is a listing of our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) pages, c/w a brief outline of what each FAQ page covers. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for within these pages, feel free to raise a question within our or in our Getting Started FAQs Covering items such as: Selecting the...

Flatpak

Flatpak Flatpak is a software deployment/package management utility created by RedHat and can be seen as an alternative/distant cousin to Apt & Synaptic Package Manager and very similar Canonicals Snap. As is the case with Snap, flatpak apps (software packages) are isolated from the rest of your system. They have their own file system and can’t interfere with other...

Snap

Snap Snap (sometimes referred to as Snappy) is a software deployment/package management utility built by Canonical and can be seen as an alternative/distant cousin to Apt & Synaptic Package Manager and Flatpak (the RedHat Developed alternative to Snap). The software packages (called snaps) automatically update (you can change this) and as such enables you to always run the...

Synaptic Package Manager

Synaptic Package Manager Synaptic is a graphical front-end to apt (Advanced Package Tool), the package management system in Bodhi. It combines the point-and-click simplicity with the power of the apt/apt-get command-line tools. Features Install, remove, upgrade and downgrade single and multiple packages. Upgrade your whole system. Manage package repositories (sources.list). Find packages by name, description and several other attributes....

Administrative Task FAQs

Administrative Tasks Many new Bodhi users seem to have the same questions relating to common Administrative Tasks, so here are the answers to a few of them. What is Terminology, how do I use it? Terminology is a terminal emulator for Linux, giving you access to the Linux command line. For more details see Terminology. Is there...

PCManFM File Manager

PCManFM PCManFM Is the default file manager supplied with Bodhi Linux. To launch it, click on its icon located on the shelf, or type pc into Quick Launcher (<ctrl> + <space>), or navigate the Main Menu: Applications>System Tools>File Manager PCManFM. A list of features can be found within the App Centre. For a comprehensive user guide...

Networking / Wi-Fi FAQs

Networking / Wi-Fi Many new Bodhi Linux users seem to have the same questions relating to Networking / Wi-Fi, so here are the answers to a few of them. How do I identify my Networking Hardware? The following Terminology commands (Main Menu > Applications > System Tools > Terminology ) will out details that when posted...