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Thread started 09/11/17 10:48am

domainator2010

Bodhi Linux - new version released

OK, these guys have come up with a new version - check it out:

www.bodhilinux.com

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Reply #1 posted 09/16/17 6:43pm

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domainator2010 said:

OK, these guys have come up with a new version - check it out:

www.bodhilinux.com

I had Bodhi Linux on my laptop for 2 years... I thought this was the beginning of a beautiful computer relationship. Bohi's relationship with Enlightenment ended. Bodhi became not so goog. (IMHO)

The only thing I'm testing this year is, GNOME 3.26.

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Reply #2 posted 09/17/17 8:55am

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ended? what ended? I have it right now, and it's using Enlightenment! ...it's a couple versions behind tho....
To me, Bodhi is still the leanest and meanest. smile

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Reply #3 posted 09/17/17 1:40pm

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ended? what ended? I have it right now, and it's using Enlightenment! ...it's a couple versions behind tho....
To me, Bodhi is still the leanest and meanest. smile

Well Bodhi team forked ( ah the Linux community) Enlightedment. I don't think the fork was an improvement by any means. MIdro crashes often, I'm not down with not being able to select the browser of your choosing... in other words I don't want a "second" browser" I can't get rid of. Midro is baked into the Distro and I hate that.

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Reply #4 posted 09/19/17 4:09am

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Eh what? I've been using Firefox on Bodhi for a LONG time now.....?

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Reply #5 posted 09/20/17 3:51am

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Eh what? I've been using Firefox on Bodhi for a LONG time now.....?

No I didn't say you could use Firefox did I. smile I said you can't get rid of MIdro... which in my experience has made Bodhi Linux unstable.

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Reply #6 posted 09/21/17 6:22am

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I don't follow - you unistalled Midori, and it fucked up something else in your system....?

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