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Old 08. Jan 2011, 11:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Bodhi Linux 0.1.4 Beta Release - 01/08/11

The Bodhi Linux team and I have released our sixth release and first ever beta release. This version includes a number of package updates including Firefox beta 8 and the latest Enlightenment SVN build as of 01/08/10. For a full change log see here.

One of the most important changes to this new release is how the initial system layout/colors are configured. For an overview of how it now works see my blog post here.





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Thanks for the update Jeff
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Thanks Jeff, I ran one of Bodhi linux' earlier live CDs so I think I'll have a look at this one.

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Old 10. Jan 2011, 02:34 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Is configuring such things as themes, menus and quick launch bar apps during install something new?
Either way I thinks its a terrific way to save time and trouble. Looks good.

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Is configuring such things as themes, menus and quick launch bar apps during install something new?
Yes - that is one of the highlights of this new release

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