Bodhi Linux 3.0.0 Release
Today I am very happy to share with you the first stable release for the third major update to the Bodhi Linux operating system. For those would rather play first and read later have some download links:
- 32bit: Direct Download – Torrent – Md5sum
- 64bit: Direct Download – Torrent – Md5sum
- Legacy: Direct Download – Torrent – Md5sum
- Chromebook: Direct Download – Torrent – Md5sum
You can learn which is the best ISO image for you here and you can find an installation tutorial here.
After a few small bumps our 3.0.0 release is finally our stable release! Notable features in the 3.0.0 release:
- Enlightenment E19.3
- Terminology 0.8.0
- ePad 0.9.0
- Numix Icons
- Linux Kernel 3.16
- Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Core
The release images for 3.0.0 support a wide range of hardware including:
- Non-PAE Processors
- UEFI BIOS
- SeaBIOS Chromebooks
Our stable release is not the only thing that is new at Bodhi Linux this month. Our main website, AppCenter, Wiki, and Forums have all gotten complete overhauls to go along side this new release. A big thank you goes out to our Web Admin, Sys Admin, and the community populating the fresh wiki for all of their hard work.
If you are new to Bodhi Linux please take a look at the Quick Start Guide that opens by default when you first boot the LiveCD / Operating System. It covers many questions new users have and odds are will save you any confusion you might have while getting to know your way around Bodhi. Should you encounter any issues with your Bodhi Linux 3.0.0 install you can request support on our user forums.
Users who had installed a pre-release version of 3.0.0 can upgrade to the final release via their package manager. Users who are on a previous major release (such as 2.x.y) will need to reinstall their operating system to move to 3.0.0. That being said – 2.4.0 will be supported until April 2017, so there is not any rush to upgrade.
Thanks for choosing Bodhi Linux!