Probably no other Linux team was any more excited by Enlightenment's recent E17 stable release than Bodhi's. Bodhi gained popularity in the last couple of years with their Enlightenment-based Linux system. So, it's with no great surprize that news recently surfaced of the release of Bodhi Linux 2.2.0 featuring the new E17-point-zero.
While loyal users can update their existing installs, new images have been released with your choice of 32-bit 3.2 or 3.7 PAE kernels or 64-bit with Linux 3.7. Jeff Hoogland, lead and founder of Bodhi, says this is the first release featuring hybrid ISOs for both USB flash drives and traditional...Read more at Ostatic