190MB RAM used on bootup, with a desktop nearly as fancy as KDE / Cinnamon. Moksha desktop (fork of Enlightenment E17) hasn’t really changed with this release of Bodhi Linux 5.0.0. The main change has been an uplift of the core OS to Ubuntu 18.04.

A few of the themes, wallpapers, and desktop customisations have been removed, which has led to a more streamlined experience.

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22 Comments

Railman

April 29, 2020

It would be nice to know, from a Newbie standpoint, what spec machines you are running these reviews of Distros on.(Not only this reviewer but 99% of the others as well.. Not a one seems to mention it in their header write ups or on their reviews)

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air pods

April 29, 2020

How much processor power this os are using? In comparison to what the developers are saying.

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armagedon515

April 29, 2020

A lot of reviewers forget to show one of the most important feature of a distro, the file manager !!!! What is it ?

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RizHail

April 29, 2020

can you do side by side comparison of Linux Mint 19 MATE vs XFCE?
do RAM and CPU usage comparison… because i have experienced that MATE 64bit is lighter than XFCE 64bit.
awaiting your response… … ..

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AverageJoe

April 29, 2020

I love Bodhi, because it has a simple platform to build from, and easy on laptops that's not as beefy as some of the most expensive ones. A system 76 is great, but on a cheap HP machine, can't beat it.

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Pacheko

April 29, 2020

I'm trying to run away from Pajeet, not embrace it.

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Xiokro

April 29, 2020

You should do Nitrux as your next Distro Review

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Richard Addison

April 29, 2020

I've seen worse. Pretty good distro.

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igrewold

April 29, 2020

Is there a gaming/game dedicated distro ?
Other than Steam OS, dunno about its recent status!

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TheCerule

April 29, 2020

4:22 Bodhi's homepage still has links to apps you might want to install. At https://www.bodhilinux.com click 'Appcenter' -> https://www.bodhilinux.com/a/ . If that's what he's referring to.

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y0shiness

April 29, 2020

Happy 11th channel anniversary, quids!

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T D

April 29, 2020

Mr. Quids: could you review ParrotOS or ArchBlack if possible?

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MrWARRIORMONKS

April 29, 2020

Does Moksha work with hidpi screens? I have a 2k screen.

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Blaž

April 29, 2020

I don't fancy its styling/look, personally. It does seem like it should be able to get most jobs done effectively. Interesting.

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Nir Regev

April 29, 2020

Pink theme => suitable for Mrs. Quids => back to something more sensible … hmm .. either you'll pay for it or Mrs.. Quids is the coolest 🙂

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fuck my ass

April 29, 2020

Can you make a video about fonts & font rendering?

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Operación Payback

April 29, 2020

This is shit distro

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Dániel Kabók

April 29, 2020

Nice video as always. But for me need more time to understand Moksha and Enlightment desktop environment. I don't want to say, that they are bad environments, but for me is not as stable and configurable than XFCE, and not as simple like Budgie.

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Mx25a

April 29, 2020

You could, maybe, check out Trinity Desktop…

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Yuha

April 29, 2020

Great vid, thx!

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Dan

April 29, 2020

Xfce can be easily configured to look much better than Moksha.

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Graham Linux

April 29, 2020

Ivan do you have any plans for a video about Valves wine for Linux called Proton?.

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