Post by suolainen on Apr 2, 2023 9:13:13 GMT
On the whole it is only a minor issue.
On one of my old machines I have got Bodhi installed.
Recently I got a note suddenly appearing on the screen that told me that something was wrong with Moksha and that one file would be deleted. The only choice I had was to click ‘OK‘.
So I did.
Since then I cannot start the system any more. It tells me to try a ‘manual fsck’.
All data appears to be still there. I can access it using a Bodhi-usb-stick.
And I know that 5.1.0 will expire soon (or has it already expired?).
My questions are just these:
Is this a known issue?
If yes (and only if it is really a ‘yes’) – is there a simple and easy way to fix it?
Should I otherwise (after having secured the personal data) just try to do the manual fsck?
Or would you rather recommend going on with Bodhi 7 alpha 5?
Post by thewaiter on Apr 2, 2023 9:26:51 GMT
Hmm, hard to say what file was deleted. I need the message to see. Anyway we do not support BL5 repo for some time so we did not add anything new there. We will support only BL7 after its release. You can check disk with fsck, sure. Give it a chance.
BL7 or not. It is up to you. Hopefully we will release an official version soon. We tuned tens of issues and still have been working on some. Anyway new, fixed packages with moksha, themes and stuff can be uploaded later. It means I can not see anything wrong if you install BL7 aplha5 today. You can also report some new issues if you spot some.