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    Moksha Desktop Copr repo - A E17 fork

    I've made a repo containing the desktop used by Bodhi Linux which is in turn a fork of Enlightenment 17. E17 seems to be a rock solid and fast release. If anyone wants to give it a spin, heres the link:

    https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/co...oksha-desktop/

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    Re: Moksha Desktop Copr repo - A E17 fork

    Running it on a rawhide VM now. The first boot was a little odd, two modules were missing and the last unload widget got stuck on the screen. Rebooted and all seems well so far.

    dd_wizard

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    Re: Moksha Desktop Copr repo - A E17 fork

    Those are in moksha-modules-extra, I plan to package that as well.

    For enabled missing modules by default I've reported here: https://github.com/JeffHoogland/moksha/issues/52

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    Re: Moksha Desktop Copr repo - A E17 fork

    moksha-modules-extra package is made. Places module does not work for me right of the bat, didn't yet managed to figure out why (didn't look very hard yet either). Some other modules uses different file managers by default. I did not put hard dependencies on as they are configurable. Don't forget to put the module on a shelf (Right click -> Contents), just loading it may not be enough to be visible. Don't be a rookie like myself

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    Re: Moksha Desktop Copr repo - A E17 fork

    So I installed Moksha on my laptop, full Fedora 26 LXDE setup. Works well although I suspect I got some of the same errors ddwizard got. It also insisted that there was no Internet connection, but there was.

    Other than that it seems to work well.

    Glenn
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    Re: Moksha Desktop Copr repo - A E17 fork

    Also, trying to change wallpaper I get an error stating /usr/share/enlightenment/data/backgrounds/ doesn't exist.
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    Re: Moksha Desktop Copr repo - A E17 fork

    Right, the modules are enabled to get loaded by default, which is a default configuration for Bodhi Linux, I don't know how to keep them "Unloaded". "places" module is in mokska-modules-extras while clipboard is not packaged yet. I could require them all once I package them, though, but I think disabling them by default is much better solution if I find out how to do it.

    There are no wallpapers by default in forked sources, hence the error message, but selecting some other directory should work. For the error message I could maybe create a symbolic link to point to Fedora wallpaper and require f%{fedora}-backgrounds-base package.

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    Re: Moksha Desktop Copr repo - A E17 fork

    Those are the module errors I got on my first boot.

    dd_wizard

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    Re: Moksha Desktop Copr repo - A E17 fork

    The new build rocks! I uninstalled, then reinstalled it in my rawhide VM, and it booted flawlessly. I didn't install pcmanfm because caja is already installed in my original Mate installation. Thanks for the new build.

    dd_wizard

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