The downside of wearing a Ubuntu based version other than the official ones is that they usually arrive several months late. This has been the case with Elementary OS Loki, one of the most attractive Ubuntu-based operating systems that, despite the fact that version 16.04.1 is already available, is still based on the version that was released in April of this year. This is also the case, at least for the moment, in the Bodhi Linux 4.0.0 second alpha.
Bodhi Linux developer Jeff Hoogland was responsible for announce that new version is now available. From the looks of it, Bodhi Linux 4.0.0 Alpha 2 comes with an updated Bodhi Builder tool that the developer uses to create his Ubuntu derivative. On the other hand, this much more important, includes the latest security updates that are available in the Xenial repositories.
Bodhi Linux 4.0.0 Alpha 2 Now Available
Hoogland assures that, although it is still in the alpha phase, Bodhi Linux 4.0.0 works very stable on his computer and that he has not experienced major problems in the last month but, considering the number of different computers around the world, this should not be taken as a guarantee that it will work well on any computer right now. On the other hand, encourages users to install the new alpha to report any bugs that they experience.
Right now, the next version of this operating system with Moksha graphical environment It is still in the development phase and there is no scheduled release date yet, but everything seems to indicate that it will arrive before the end of the year. As an interesting point and unlike other operating systems such as Elementary OS Loki (version that I have decided to give a try), it seems that it will be available for 32-bit and 64-bit computers. Will you give it a try?