If you’re looking for a different take on the Linux desktop, one that has appeal to all types of users, Jack Wallen believes Bodhi Linux might be what you want.
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I spent a number of early years working within the Enlightenment Linux desktop environment. It was lightweight and offered just about every kind of customization you could imagine. Eventually, that love affair faded, only to be replaced by GNOME. But, I did continue to pine for that cornucopia of configurations offered in E16.
Times have changed. Nowadays, I tend to prefer working in an environment that doesn’t require me to tweak and twist the desktop to my liking. However, every now and then I get curious and want to harken back to those glory days of gorgeous, art-like desktops.
When Bodhi Linux 6.0 was announced, I had to immediately…