Bodhi Linux developer Jeff Hoogland is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of the second minor update to the Bodhi Linux 4 operating system series, versioned 4.2.0.
Coming a little over four months after the release of Bodhi Linux 4.1.0, this minor update is here to add the Swami Control panel by default, upgrade the kernel packages to the Linux 4.10 series, but only on the 64-bit variant of the distribution, as well as to include all the latest security and software updates released upstream.
“This is a normal update release and it comes four months after the release of Bodhi 4.1.0,” says Jeff Hoogland in the release announcement. “That being said this release does bring a few changes with it. The 64bit releases utilize the 4.10 kernel by default and the Swami Control panel is now installed by default in all the releases.”
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