Bodhi Linux is Ubuntu with a Window Manager. Moksha is based on Enlightenment, which is a cross between a true window manager and a desktop environment. This distro has a minimal build, a standard build, a new hardware build, and a 32 bit build.
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TheCocoaDaddy

May 6, 2020

Thanks for posting this review! I'm a total fan of Enlightenment, but I'm not too keen on Bodhi. "Back in the day", I used to build Enlightenment from source and it ran very well. This was on Slackware. I even built Enlightenment from source on a Solaris 7 (SPARC) system and was able to run it via XDMCP. 🙂

A couple of years ago, I tried installing Bodhi on my laptop and it never really worked. Thanks for taking the time to do the review! 🙂

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Makoto kun

May 6, 2020

Tried this distro on a amd c60 netbook, runs horrible…probally netbook fault…but strangelly Manjaro runs better here..wtf

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AbidingDood

May 6, 2020

I tried bodhi on my HP mini a while back before I really understood what a window manager session looks like. Did not like it at all. I'll give it to them, it's light and definitely unique, but I'll take the extra 20 mb in ram and run peppermint. Openbox is a much better route for an easy minimal desktop, you'll probably spend less time to get it to look reasonable.

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John De Sousa

May 6, 2020

…hi Tom..Always great reviews and other…let us know when you going to review the makululinix 2020 version…Thanks and great job on your reviews…always enjoyable…great stuff.

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bananaman

May 6, 2020

My man Thom bathing in Lunduke

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Emanuel

May 6, 2020

Debating here if I add this distro of Gallium OS to replace Chrome OS on an Acer C720.

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Fouad Hoblos

May 6, 2020

The selling point for this distro was: super lightweight.
Last time I tried v5.0 it failed me during install and I got stuck in the middle with no solution.
I wonder if this new version solved it.
Still nothing encouraged me from this review to switch from Peppermint 10 for my old reserve hardware.. I might give it a try.. (skeptically)

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Mohammad Mahmoudkhah

May 6, 2020

I've tried bodhi so let me tell you my experience before watching your video.. It has a beautiful desktop but some settings are hard to find or missing. I couldn't add a second keyboard layout.

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Commodorefan64

May 6, 2020

I've tried this in the past, and it was alright, but had a few bugs that prevented me from using it on my old Netbook, but I'll have to give this another try for the legacy build to see if they have improved.

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Jonathan Nicoll

May 6, 2020

Is this distro competing with a base Arch install as the most minimal Linux setup?

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Serge

May 6, 2020

Hello Tom Pay attention it is Moksha in your description and not Maksha.
Cheers

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sleepyeyesvince

May 6, 2020

hmm, I've always liked the cute little theming touches that Bodhi has. Enlightenment/Moksha is darn light, though I feel that if you're going for a window manager, then Openbox would have more support. Great little distro.

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Bob Bob

May 6, 2020

Useless distro, just put a wm on Ubuntu

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gerald cragg

May 6, 2020

YEA…!!! Bodhi, like the Bonsai. Customise it, to your wishes 🙂

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dragonballjiujitsu

May 6, 2020

Just installed on a VM. Using 240mb of RAM on cold boot. Might be just the thing to bring the old netbook or dead 2006 emachine back to life.

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Agnish Roy

May 6, 2020

Bodhi is the first distro I used right after I switched to Linux.

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Michael Cowman

May 6, 2020

Thanks, Tom. That was actually a helpful overview. I actually quite like the basic look but not sure I'd want to stuff around learning it when there are easier ways to get what I want 🙂

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Agnish Roy

May 6, 2020

Default browser in Bodhi is called Midori. It's probably not installed in the minimal build. Also, Moksha is built on Enlightenment.

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Welsh Baron

May 6, 2020

I suggest you to take a look at lubuntu 19.04.

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Bryce Hardy

May 6, 2020

Thanks for the review. I tried this out in a VM the other day and thought it looked nice. I always liked how Bodhi lets you install just the applications that you want and no more.

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Peter Jansen

May 6, 2020

A challenge for Switched to Linux: write everything in Vim and LaTeX for a month. You could do very professional bookwriting with it, it would look very professional.

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Jeff Kelly

May 6, 2020

Why would anyone use this ?

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Thulio Lima

May 6, 2020

First

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