Have you heard the news? Bodhi Linux 7.0 has just been released, and it’s bringing some exciting updates to the table. Not only has the operating system received a fresh new theme, but it also comes with the latest Linux kernels. As a proficient SEO and high-end copywriter, I can confidently say that Bodhi Linux 7.0 is set to outshine its competitors with its improved aesthetics and powerful performance. Don’t just take my word for it, head over to your favorite tech websites and see for yourself why this release is making waves in the Linux community. Trust me, you won’t want to miss out on this upgrade. Grab your copy of Bodhi Linux 7.0 now and experience the best of what this operating system has to offer.


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Lovers of Linux distros that run well on lower-end hardware rejoice for Bodhi Linux 7.0 has been released and is now available to download.

Bodhi Linux 7.0 is based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, and uses the Enlightenment-based desktop and Moksha window manager by default. The distro is notable for running deftly on devices with limited resources (though there’s no reason you can’t or shouldn’t run it on high-end devices too).

I took a look at the Bodhi Linux 7.0 beta back in May and liked what I saw. Since then the distro’s devs have updated the s76 ISO to use Linux kernel 6.4 and the HWE ISO to use Linux kernel 6.2, brought in a yet-newer version of slick-greeter, and continued fixing up bugs and adding polish.

Let’s take a closer look.

Bodhi Linux 7.0: What’s New?

  • Bodhi Linux 7.0 brings a fresh new green theme to enhance the visual experience.
  • With lots of visual changes for those migrating from the Bodhi Linux 6.x series, this update won’t disappoint.
  • A new Plymouth boot screen adds visual flair to the startup experience, while a new login screen theme adds a touch of elegance.
  • MokshaGreen, a new theme and icon set combo, gives the distro a darker, sleeker appearance that’s sure to impress.

Moksha keyboard shortcuts are now easily accessible with a keybindings viewer (press super + F1 to open); windows can be snapped to screen edges by enabling the Modules feature; and menu items can be dragged onto the desktop to copy/move/create links.

Moksha’s modular design is a standout aspect, and this release comes with various improvements to the many included modules. The Battery Module pop-up has been tweaked to show charging status, the Clock Module now includes date/time settings, and the Notifications Module allows for notification actions. Additionally, the Shot Module now has a copy shortcut, and the Shelf Module has added new settings, including icon size.

For apps, this release includes a non-Snap build of Chromium as the default web browser, with a web browser manager app for installing other browsers. The Terminology terminal client is also included, along with the LeafPad text editor. File management is taken care of using Thunar.

Performance is a key consideration in Bodhi Linux, and this update introduces a new ‘mem trimming’ function that automatically trims memory to keep the user interface responsive.

More details can be found in the official release notes for Bodhi Linux 7.0.

Download Bodhi Linux 7.0

Bodhi Linux 7.0 is now available in three versions:

  • The Standard ISO uses Linux 5.15 kernel (base kernel in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS).
  • The HWE ISO uses Linux 6.2 kernel (included in Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS).
  • The s76 ISO uses Linux 6.4 kernel (courtesy of System76’s Pop!_OS).

Choose the best version for your needs. Those with older 64-bit hardware are recommended to use the Standard ISO, while those with newer systems can opt for the s76 ISO for better support.

Head to the project’s official download page to download Bodhi Linux 7.0 now.

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