Bodhi, a minimal Linux operating system based on Ubuntu that has really small requirements, has reached version 2.2.0.
Highlights of Bodhi 2.2.0:
• Two 32bit install discs are now maintained, one with PAE and one without (the kernel without PAE will be an older stable kernel, in this case 3.2, while the PAE-enabled kernel will be the latest kernel);
• The released images are hybrid;
• In the disc images, there are local copies of the newly updated Bodhi QuickStart and the Bodhi Guide to Enlightenment;
• A new E17 default theme is provided by default, along with a few others.
A complete list of changes can be found in the official announcement.
Users who are keeping their systems up to date via the package manager already have the latest version of Bodhi installed.
Download Bodhi 2.2.0 right now from Softpedia.