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How to run Flameshot on PrintScreen button in Bodhi Linux

Once you have installed Flameshot screenshot manager on your Bodni linux distro, you will see, that pressing PrtSc (PrintScreen) button still runs standard screenshot application. Yes, we can run Flameshot manually by clicking on its icon in tray and choosing "Take Screenshot" option, but it's not the best way to use:

bodhi linux flameshot - tray

If you don't know how in install Flameshot on your Bodhi Linux computer, read the following manual: How to install Flameshot on Bodhi Linux?

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Written by Administrator on Sunday January 30, 2022

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How to install Flameshot in Bodhi Linux?

Bodhi linux has default application for making screenshot and it has name .. "Screenshot" :) It's not very popular because it has awful design and it's almost not customizable. This is how it looks in standard Bodhi Linux distro:

bodhi linux screenshot program interface and settings

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Written by Administrator on Sunday January 30, 2022

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How to find your Bodhi linux version installed?

As we all know, Bodhi linux is based on ubuntu, but sometimes you need to know, on which version of Ubuntu is based your Bodhi linux distro. The fastest way to find this information is to run the following command:

$ uname -a

In my case I got this information:

bodhi linux version command

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Written by Administrator on Sunday January 30, 2022

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How to start bluetooth.service in Linux Lite [with screenshots]

Sometimes while making an attempt to connect a device through Bluetooth on your Linux Lite system, you can face a problem with connection:

Connection to BlueZ failed

Bluez daemon is not running, blueman-manager cannot continue. This is probably means that there were no Bluetooth adapters detected or Bluetooth daemon was not started.

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Written by Administrator on Saturday June 6, 2020

How to find you linux version in AryaLinux

There are several command to run to get your AryaLinux version information. It depends, what precisely you want to see, but in AryaLinux you can use same commands like in other Linux distros:

$ uname -a
$ cat /etc/*-release
$ cat /proc/version

Result:

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Written by Administrator on Tuesday May 12, 2020

Installing MinerGate on Ubuntu live-USB

If you are fan of mining cryptocurrencies and have experience with MinerGate application now you know you can install and run it while using Ubuntu live-USB (without any harm to your existing system even without installation of Ubuntu).

First, you should know, that you surely won't be able to install MinerGate application right after you booted from you live-USB Ubuntu. The reason is, that download and installation of MinerGate requires Universe repository.

Adding universte repository:

$ sudo add-apt-repository universe

Right after that you will surely need libqt5websockets (or libqt5websockets5-dev) library, because that library is not standard part of Ubuntu Live-USB. Now, when universe repository was added, you should do it without a problem:

$ sudo apt-get install libqt5websockets5-dev

(more information here: how to install libqt5websockets library in Ubuntu).

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Written by Administrator on Tuesday May 12, 2020