After almost exactly three months since our Bodhi 2.2.0 release the Bodhi team and I are happy to announce the next update release for our 2.x.y series - Bodhi Linux 2.3.0. ...Read more
We - the Bodhi team - would like to congratulate LKJ on winning the Desktop of the year this year! He won with this very nice desktop. Congratulations and may you post many more!Join in the DotW
We are proud to announce that Bodhi will now be available on the MK802! You can grab the image on our ARMHF download page. But that's not all, we have also updated our Raspberry PI and Genesi images! They can also be found on the same page.ARMHF
The Bodhi Team and I are very happy to present to you our 2.2.0 release - the first Bodhi images to feature the stable E17 desktop. As with all minor Bodhi release existing users can simply upgrade their existing installs of Bodhi 2.x.y This release is exciting for a number of reasons. To start with, we are introducing a few new things with this update release...Read more
New year - new images? Not really. As Jeff puts it, "The mainline Bodhi desktop repositories recently received the gift of stable E17 packages and this same present isn't far off for our ARMHF branch." Which is great news for our ARMHF users, who can look forward to shiny new images!Read more
Less than two weeks ago the E team finally had its stable E17 release. The Bodhi team and I have been working hard to deliver this release to our users in its best possible form in a timely fashion. Today we are happy to announce that these stable E17 packages have made their way into Bodhi's main repo.Read More
After a long absence our Video page follows the Desktop of the Week and is now back featured on our site! Have a look at it and perhaps create and submit a video of your own, so we might add it to our new video page!To the videos
Jeff is unstoppable and only two days after creating an image for the Chromebook, he gives us an image for the Nexus 7! Just as with the Chromebook, instructions on how to install the image on your Nexus are on Jeff's blog!Read More
Bodhi Linux is now available on the Samsung Chromebook! On his blog, Jeff explains how you can get boot Bodhi on your Chromebook.Read More
Have you heard the latest podcast on Bodhi featuring our lead developer Jeff Hoogland yet? Jeff does some Q&A on the Kernel Panic Ogg podcast.Download Podcast
There has been interest in adding more ARM support. Jeff, eventhough being very busy these days, has offered to create an image for the Nexus 7. We just don't have one to develop on. Have a look at Jeffs post regarding this and perhaps donate a small amount to make a Bodhi Nexus image a reality.Read more
After being away for a long long time, we are proud to announce the Desktop of the Week page is back on our site!. If you'd like to comment on it you can do so on our forums in this thread. And if you'd like to compete in the Desktop of the Week, post a screenshot of your best desktop here.To Desktop of the Week
It's time for our first minor release of the second major release of Bodhi Linux! You can now download 2.1.0 on our download page! Among other changes, it is interesting to note that PCManFM is dropped as a default application, in favor of the E native EFM. More information can be found on Jeffs blog.Read more
Bodhi Linux releases ARMHF images for the RaspBerry PI and the Genesi Smartbook! Both can be downloaded on our ARMHF downloads page. As always, more information on Jeff's blog!Read more
Bodhi Linux releases a bugfix release to address some minor issues with the 2.0 release. More detailed information can be found on Jeff Hoogland's blog.Read more
Bodhi Linux is proud to present its second major release! Bodhi Linux 2.0 is now available for download!
And with the release of the latest Bodhi version come a lot of other changes as well. We now support 64bit as well as 32bit! We also have a brand new website to go with the new version.
Read more about Bodhi Linux 2.0 on the blog of our lead developer, Jeff Hoogland.