Bodhi, a minimalistic Linux operating system based on Ubuntu that has really small requirements, has reached version 2.0.1.
According to the developers of Bodhi
, the huge number of users that have downloaded the operating system also reported some important bugs that needed to be fixed.Highlights of Bodhi 2.0.1:
• A variety of firmware to the default install, to greatly increase wireless support, has been added;
• Support for booting the ISO image via GRUB2 has been added;
• Some missing ACPI scripts have been added, so suspending now works properly;
• A few misc mentions of 10.04/1.4.0 left behind in documentation have been removed.
User who are keeping their system up to date via the package manager, already have the latest version of Bodhi installed.Download Bodhi 2.0.1
right now from Softpedia.