Bodhi Linux 3.1.1 released to address Wireless Password pormpts

Jeff Hoogland announced yesterday an unscheduled bug fix release for Bodhi Linux 3.1.1. The Bodhi Linux 3.1.0 release which was released back in August had an issue where users were not always prompted automatically for wireless passwords when connecting to encrypted networks. This lead to enough confusion / user frustration that we feel it warrants an updated install image now as opposed to waiting for our scheduled 3.2.0 release early 2016.

Bodhi Linux 3.0.0 released

JEFF HOOGLAND has just announced the first stable release for the third major update to the Bodhi Linux operating system (Bodhi Linux 3.0.0). Users who had installed a pre-release version of 3.0.0 can upgrade to the final release via their package manager. Users who are on a previous major release (such as 2.x.y) will need to reinstall their operating system to move to 3.0.0. Download links: 32bit: Direct Download – Torrent 64bit: Direct Download – Torrent Legacy: Direct Download – Torrent Chromebook: Direct Download – Torrent Notable features in the 3.