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Bodhi Linux 2.0 Almost Ready

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Bodhi Linux made quite a splash last year earning raving reviews from users and respected writers. Fast forward to yesterday when Jeff Hoogland announced Bodhi Linux 2.0 Release Candidate.

Developmental images have been made available for the upcoming release and Hoogland says of the latest, "I am stamping this build as our "release candidate" meaning that is is a stable working environment and something extremely close to what will become our "stable"/final 2.0.0.

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