Bodhi Linux 2.2.0 Released With Stable E17 Desktop, non-PAE 32Bit ISO

Bodhi Linux is a minimalistic Linux distribution that uses the Enlightenment Desktop (E17). Based on Ubuntu, Bodhi Linux is a semi-rolling release distribution: it comes with the core Ubuntu LTS packages but it also uses backports for its applications so the users can get the latest app updates.Bodhi Linux 2.2.0: Desktop profile, default themeThe latest Bodhi Linux 2.2.0, released yesterday, is the first version to ship with the new stable E17 desktop. But that’s not all, the new release also comes with two 32bit versions: one that has PAE enabled by default and one that uses the non-PAE Linux Kernel – however, the non-PAE Kernel is older: 3.2 while the PAE-enabled version ships with the 3.7 Kernel. This means that old computers that couldn’t boot the previous release (or that can’t boot Ubuntu 12.04 / 12.10) can now do so by using the Bodhi Linux 2.2.0 non-PAE ISO.Also, with this release, Bodhi Linux uses hybrid ISO images so you can write the image using the “dd” command (but of course, using other tools such as Unetbootin still works).Other changes in Bodhi Linux 2.2.0 include: updated Bodhi QuickStart guide and Bodhi Guide to Enlightenment, a new default theme along with refreshed

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