Moksha Desktop

What is Moksha?

Well, the word “Moksha” (pronounced “mohk-shuh”) is Sanskrit in origin just like Bodhi. It means “emancipation, liberation, or release”. Moksha is a continuation of the Enlightenment 17 desktop. It consists of the back porting of bug fixes and features from future Enlightenment releases, as well as the removal of half finished / broken things E17 contained.

You can learn more about the inception of Moksha here.

Latest Release – 0.2.0

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Contributing / Support

You can track Moksha progress, contribute code, and file bug reports on GitHub here. If you are a developer interested in getting involved with Moksha or just a user looking for help you can do so by joining our user forums.

If you are looking to make a monetary donation to the Moksha Desktop you can do so by using the Bodhi Donation Page.

Extra Modules

The extras are what make Moksha awesome! Find the source code for additional Moksha modules here.

Desktop Compositing

Moksha does not have an internal window compositor by default. You can however add Compiz effects to your Moksha desktop by installing ecomp and then loading the ecomorph module.

Themes

  

 

Installing Moksha on other Distros

Moksha is currently only the default desktop on Bodhi Linux, but it is supported on all Linux based platforms. If you have instructions for installing / compiling Moksha on another Linux distro email Jeff at BodhiLinux dot com to get a link added here.