So you’ve used the plunge and opted to install Bodhi Linux. Perhaps you read a recently available review or one of the display shots in our gallery captured your eye. Either way there is a newly installed system and you may be wondering just what to do next. Listed below are seven things that are smart to do on a cleanly installed Bodhi system. Bodhi Linux has a semi-rolling release model. By this we mean you can simply upgrade in one minor version to another and we continue to push out package deal updates among releases. Enter your password, press enter and then let APT work it’s magic.
There are a lot of hard working people on the Bodhi team that make an effort to bring you the best paperwork possible. At exactly the same time we know there’s a lot of information to absorb when first using Bodhi. As a result of this we have assembled everything you need to know to get started right off the bat in one useful guide.
It is well worth taking a brief while to look it over. Among the things you will note about Bodhi Linux is that we have a minimal application established that gets installed by default. Fear not though – there are two powerful, visual tools at your disposal for setting up more software on Bodhi.
The first is our Application Center. Navigating to this page in the default Midori browser gives you to easily find and install an application for nearly every job you can think of with just a few clicks. If you’re not certain what software you may want we have constructed to application “packages” that all contain a band of software to make your computer fully functional.
Our “Nikhila Application Set” is completely loaded for most any job you can think of and the “Pratibha Application Set” provides a full selection of lighter applications that should run quickly even on older computers. Feel absolve to take some time to look at the rest of the software that is detailed on the page as well. Even install a game or two Maybe. Can’t find what you are looking for on our software page? Don’t be concerned – there are also Synaptic package manager in your menu that may enable you to find and set up anything in the Bodhi, GetDeb or Ubuntu repositories.
If you use VLC for your mass media needs or you only use open source codecs you can omit this step. However if you want to use a music player such as Clementine or a video player such as mPlayer then you’ll need to install system wide codecs to aid different kinds of mass media.
- At the 1st login to the Google+ account, you need to start with developing a profile
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- Make sure you have enough time for essential tasks
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- To uninstall the unwanted revise, choose it from the list and then click Uninstall
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You can set up media codecs to aid almost every press type that is available here. If you also intend to use your Bodhi machine for DVD playback you will also need to install the DVD collection from here. While Bodhi includes a fairly good range of themes installed by default there are plenty more to be found! You’ll find over thirty different themes to choose from here.
Find the one which best matches you taste/personality. If you are looking for even more customization you can find twenty different icon styles to easily set up on your Bodhi system here. Never to be baffled with your “theme”, your selection of profile in the Enlightenment desktop decides how your desktop is laid out. When you first installed Bodhi you where asked which kind of layout you wanted to have – this was the profile selection.
If you come to discover after installing you do not like your first profile choice (or simply want to try others), you can change it without a reinstall easily. You can learn how to change profiles and many other things they can do here. We are a friendly great deal generally. If you have a question you can’t find the answer to inside our document wiki (or if you want to say hi).