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Startup Applications – Adding and Removing

Startup Applications – Adding and Removing

Managing startup applications Bodhi Linux offers a GUI based and command line based way to add and remove programs from you systems startup. I: GUI Based If you open the “System Settings” tool from...

Conky Full Guide

Conky Full Guide

About Conky Conky is a light-weight system monitor for X, that displays any information on your desktop. Conky is licensed under the GPL and runs on Linux and BSD. Conky is much like making...

Switching Keyboard Layouts

Switching Keyboard Layouts

Moksha Moksha’s Key Binding module allows you to quickly and easily switch between keyboard layouts. There are three Actions available. Use keyboard layout, Next keyboard layout and Previous layout. To assign a key combination...

Release Roadmap 0

Release Roadmap

Bodhi 4.2.0 – Minor Update Release Projected Release Date: May 2017 Scheduled update release for the 4.x.y series.   Bodhi 4.3.0 – Minor Update Release Projected Release Date: September 2017 Scheduled update release for the 4.x.y...

Enlightenment Settings: a dialog box roadmap

Enlightenment Settings: a dialog box roadmap

Enlightenment settings are customized by means of dialog boxes. They fall into two types: General settings, such as themes, fonts, and virtual desktops. The dialog boxes for these are most easily accessed by typing...

Adding Software

Adding Software

Bodhi’s minimalism philosophy means that few applications come pre-installed on your system. Which means you are free to populate it with whatever software packages suit you best. This article describes the various ways you...

The Team

The Team

Bodhi Linux is worked on by an ever growing number of community members: Jeff Hoogland Joris “aeonius” van Dijk Stephen “okra” Houston Jason “Tristam” Thomas Kristi Hoogland Patrick Duckson Rbt “ylee” Wiley Roger “JollyRoger”...

What is Bodhi Linux

What is Bodhi Linux

The Twofold Path The word bodhi ([ˈbodi] or \ˈbōdē\ ) is derived from the Sanskrit word बोधि for “enlightenment.” Bodhi Linux is an operating system based on two elements: Minimalism The Moksha desktop Minimalism We...

Release Cycle

Release Cycle

Version Numbers Bodhi Linux version numbers follow the format of x.y.z where: x represents the major release version y represents scheduled update releases z represents emergency bug fix releases Release Model Bodhi Linux follows what we call a...