Screenshots of Bodhi Linux 3.2 released on 30th March 2016. Bodhi Linux is an Ubuntu LTS distribution that comes with a revamped version of Enlightenment 17, which is known by the name Moksha Desktop.
Back in December I laid out a rough timeline of Bodhi events for 2016. Today I am happy to announce that we successfully met two of the first three. While some work related commitments prevented me from getting a Swami release out on time, we did successfully release version 0.2.0 of the Moksha desktop, and today I bring to you version 3.2.0 of Bodhi Linux. This is our last scheduled update release of the Bodhi 3 branch. Existing Bodhi 3 users do not need to reinstall to obtain this latest release – they simply need to perform all of their current system updates. - Release announcement.
|Fail safe bootscreen|
|Loading Moksha Desktop|
|Completely loaded moksha desktop|
|PCManFM file manager|
|Terminator terminal emulator|
|Midori Web browser|
|Centralized settings manager|
|Bodhi App center|
|Bodhi Application installer in action|
|SMPlayer playing video|