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Terminology Section ?

Should there be a Section how to use the module quick access in relation of the Terminology Console to set up a drop down console ? Because aur packages like this: Are a sign that this method is not well known ...

I don't know about a Terminology section, but a section on how to use the Quick Access plugin would be appropriate. Terminology isn't part of Enlightenment, so I don't think it makes sense to add a section specifically about it here.
Scimmia (talk) 03:48, 14 August 2013 (UTC)
Okay, I will look forward to write something about the plugin in the next week.
Bu5hm4n (talk) 10:26, 14 August 2013 (UTC)

Wayland Section?

Shouldn't there be a section on running Enlightenment on Wayland? Johnchfr (talk) 17:25, 11 October 2014 (UTC)

There could be, but it's pretty rough right now. Setting it up is as simple as installing enlightenment-wayland-git from the AUR, then running enlightenment_start_wayland at a tty (without X running).
Scimmia (talk) 05:51, 12 October 2014 (UTC)

Gnome Keyring integration

With Enlightenment 0.19 the small hack of exporting the env. variable by editing the ~/.profile is no longer needed.

Therefore, steps to integrate Gnome Keyring:

- install gnome-keyring and libgnome-keyring from official repo;

- start gnome-keyring-daemon with PAM and ~/.xinitrc as described in the gnome-keyring wiki (this step is needed only if you don't use a display manager);

- enable Certificate and Key Storage, GPG Password Agent, SSH Key Agent and Secret Storage Service in Enlightenment start-up apps setting;

- make sure the startup order for applications using Gnome Keyring is below these services (e.g. ownClound client) in Settings Panel > Apps > Startup Applications > System > Order

NB: This was tested without a display manager. If you do use one, please advise if this works as well.

--Archydan (talk) 07:55, 25 October 2015 (UTC)


If you are unable to adjust volume from the shelf -> mixer in Enlightenment 20, adding your user to the audio group solves this problem. Normally, with systemd in place, this should have worked out of the box...

Archydan (talk) 06:51, 10 February 2016 (UTC)