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Bodhi Linux 1.2.0 Review

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This fantastic distribution is not merely another Ubuntu derivative. Bodhi delivers a smooth installation process, and an utterly perfected desktop environment that surely left developers locked in dark basements for weeks on end.

Enlightenment may be exactly what all the other distributions are missing. The Enlightenment desktop is lightweight and highly customizable making this distribution a top choice for new or old systems. Bodhi comes with a minimal list of pre-installed applications as well, perfect if you are picky about what you like. So if you are ready to try something new Bodhi will leave you breathless.

Bodhi Linux 1.2.0 Features


  • Bodhi 1.2.0 is based on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
  • Enlightenment 17 desktop is easy to use and highly customizable.
  • The good selection of Bodhi help documentation will aid you with any minor problems you may encounter.
  • Very few installed applications, allowing you to choose the ones you want.

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