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”...

Source Code

Source Code

Bodhi Linux is powered by open source software. In addition to drawing software from a large number of upstream sources we also package / produce a number of our own software or custom package...

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...

Selecting the Correct ISO Image

Selecting the Correct ISO Image

Bodhi Linux offers three different ISO images in with each release: Standard Legacy AppPack This article describes the difference between these images and will help you decide which one is best for you. Standard –  This...

Changing Moksha Themes

Changing Moksha Themes

1.) Selecting the Moksha Theme  Location: Menu->Settings->Theme Select the theme from the System list and then hit the apply button. 2.) Select the GTK Application Theme Location: Menu->Settings->All->Look->Application Theme Scroll down till you find the matching...

Changing Icon Themes

Changing Icon Themes

Launch the Application Theme settings tool:   Location: Menu->Settings->All->Look->Application Theme Click on the Icon tab at the top of the screen. Then select the icon theme you wish to use from the list and...

Moksha Guide

Moksha Guide

This Bodhi Guide to Enlightenment is intended to be your resource for using the Moksha Desktop and getting the most out of it. New Bodhi Linux users may also want to check out our brief...

Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions The following are instructions for installing Bodhi Linux on to your computer from a working Linux system via a USB drive (eg: thumb-drive).  This is the recommended method.  Installation using another operating...

Adding Bodhi’s DuckDuckGo search

Adding Bodhi’s DuckDuckGo search

Bodhi Linux has a partnership with the wonderful folks at DuckDuckGo that helps generate some revenue that supports our project. The easiest method is to set your homepage to the Bodhi Start Page and...