Bodhi Linux 3.1.0 Now Uses Moksha Desktop (Enlightenment E17 Fork) By Default

As you may know, Bodhi Linux is an open-source Linux system which has used Enlightenment as the default desktop environment in the past. But starting with Bodhi Linux 3.1.0, the system has switched to Moksha, a brand new DE forked from Enlightenment E17.

Bodhi Linux has had some hard times a period, when the main developer has dropped the project, but he came back and things got returned to normal.

The official announcement:

“This release is a bigger deal for the Bodhi team than our previous update releases have been in the past. The reason for this is because this release is the first to use the Moksha Desktop, which we have forked from E17. Because it is built on the rock-solid foundation that E17 provides, even this first release of the Moksha Desktop is stable and is something I feel comfortable using in a production environment,” said the developer.

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