While Bodhi Linux is tailored for older systems, it offers a unique experience with the Moksha desktop environment. Now, there is a major Bodhi Linux release after over a year hiatus, with Bodhi Linux 6.0 bringing numerous improvements and a refreshed new look to the Linux distribution.
Bodhi Linux 6.0 is coming on the heels of v5.1 which was based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS; the latest version brings the latest Ubuntu 20.04 LTS which automatically offers all the perks that comes with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.
What's New in Bodhi Linux 6.0 Release?
Besides the on-boarding of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Bodhi Linux 6.0 brings several core enhancements such as the continuation with development of Enlightenment 17 desktop, which serves as a new choice for colors and subtle visual improvements.
Moksha window manager allows you to add applications like LibreOffice suite, VCL Media Player, Geany editor, and other applications, which you can download the AppPack ISO when you need it.
The Arc-Green theme is now revamped with an animated background, updated splash screen, and numerous other tweaks. And the BL6 login screen now has an elegant slick greeter, with also the new Plymouth theme. The Moksha desktop environment is also not left out on the list of improvements, as it has undergone numerous improvements with few newly added features.
Bodhi Linux offers essential applications like Chromium web browser, Synaptic package manager and many more.
How to Download or Upgrade to Bodhi Linux 6.0?
Bodhi Linux 6.0 is available for download, and you can get the ISO from the official download page. Also, there is a legacy release that supports the aged 32-bit systems, based on Debian.
As expected, the ISO file size is minimized for easy download as possible without needing unnecessary pre-installed tools.