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    retux

    Very nice profile. I’m using E-17 on Debian. Would you please point me some tutorial or guide on how to “build” nice profiles like those you showed us?

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    1. 3.1

      finid

      I did not build them. They are profiles from a test installation of Bodhi Linux.

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    2. 3.2

      Jeff Hoogland

      Howdy There,

      Custom profiles are one of the extra things we’ve been doing at Bodhi to make E17 a bit easier for new folks to jump into. You can find a direct link to our profile .deb here -> http://packages.bodhilinux.com/bodhi/pool/stable/b/bodhi-profiles/

      It needs some Bodhi-specific extra modules that aren’t always packaged, but you can simply extra the profile data to your enlightenment/data/config folder and they should work fairly well.

      Use at your own risk and all that jazz.

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    Spaht

    Sadly, this is apparently not part of E-17 on Debian Wheezy.

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  3. 1

    David

    Finid,

    I’m so glad to see you give your reaction to Bodhi — hope a full review is coming!

    It’s a fascinating DE — E17 is even lighter than LXDE, yet offers so much more. (I especially like the Everything module — keyboard shortcut alt-esc).

    By the way, as you seem to indicate in your note, I believe that most of the seven profiles are the Bodhi project’s own.

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      finid

      SnowLinux’s E17 edition has similar profiles, but not as good as Bodhi’s.

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