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Just that you know, Bodhi is based on LTS versions of Ubuntu, so non-pae kernel is still available.
I think all SeZo was saying is that Bodhi is ALSO based on 12.04 .. so you'd be OK with that too, IF you wanted to give it a go
SeZo and Salparadise bring balance here, otherwise it would probably slowly become a Peppermint forum .. and that's not what's in the title
According to here they do indeed offer both versions of the distro.
In which case I'm with Emegra .. if it's based on 12.04 .. why do they need a non-pae version ?
Release CycleEvolution of BodhiBodhi Linux is a "semi-rolling" release. This means that we follow the Ubuntu LTS release cycle for the core of our distribution, but in between these major release we backport software to our users so all of their software stays current. This means to stay with the latest release of Bodhi you only need to reinstall your system every two years, while still having current versions of your favorite applications. Bodhi releases are supported/get security updates for as long as the LTS base is supported by Ubuntu, which is five years.
To add to my confusion, I decided to give Bodhi a try (as it turned out not one of my better ideas but that's another story)
Just curious, what wast he problem with Bodhi?
The problem is .. it's not that Disto I'm not allowed to mention
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