Bodhi Linux has a Wiki and thanks to one of our very valued members, an E-book. Many new users will be able to find answers to questions there. If you still need help, and there are no answers on the forums please ask.
Please bear in mind that troubleshooting your issue is guess work and pretty much impossible, unless we have some information about your system. Thankfully, Bodhi has a cli tool called inxi.
"inxi shows system hardware, CPU, drivers, Xorg, Desktop, Kernel, GCC version(s), Processes, RAM usage, and a wide variety of other useful information."
Before posting it would help us help you out if you could post the results of
Thanks to Kiezel and ylee for bringing this awesome tool to my attention.
There is a pretty decent search function in the Bodhi Forum - please consider a quick search for your issue before posting. Something common like connecting to Wi-Fi likely has been posted a few times, so feel free to take a look around before posting. We won't delete your post for asking or anything, our small team just appreciates it!
And hey, it's always fun to learn, right?! Be well!
Outputs from the following commands can be useful:
Actually the search functionality on the forums is pants! I’ve looked into improving it but the platform we use is quite restrictive, and until we’re in a position to host and maintain our own forums ie the whole shebang, and therefore have access to tamper with all the inner workings (and an expert in GDPR starts volunteering with us) I recommend using your preferred search engine and adding Bodhi Linux forums at the end of the search. For example “desktop shortcuts Bodhi Linux forums” You’ll get much better results. But as oblio says, there are a wealth of questions already answered here if you know where (or how in this case) to find them. In the meantime I’ll continue to keep my eyes peeled on the forums’ forums, for future improvements to the frankly useless onboard search functionality.