Does anyone have experience (not necessarily enlightenment level) with this OS?Welcome to Bodhi Linux
Minimalism and User Choice
Thank you for taking the time to check out Bodhi Linux, the Enlightened Linux Distribution. Here you will find all you need to know about Bodhi as well as links to additional resources, like our AppCenter for your software needs, the Art Wiki for all your styling needs and our Documentation to help you out. We also have a very active and friendly community, check it out for yourself on our Forum and in our IRC channel.http://www.bodhilinux.com/
A New Day Dawns In Linux With The Near Arrival Of E17 (stable)
First created by Carsten Haitzler in 1997, Enlightenment is one of the oldest open-source desktop projects in existence, but it’s also by far one of the most exceptional ever created that actually outperforms even the most recent developments by its competition with ease.
Like other Linux desktop managers, such as GNOME, KDE, XCFE, Unity, LXDE and others, E17 has a compositing window manager and your general desktop elements (i.e. a panel, notification area, etc.), but E17 is designed with a few particular things in mind that it accomplishes very well. It’s extremely lightweight on system resources, it’s very graphically appealing, and it’s so customizable that, by the time you’re through tweaking it, you practically have your own Linux distribution.
When Carsten Haitzler was asked who the typical E17 user would be, his response was, “someone who is keen to explore something new and different. Someone who wants control and power.” He went on to say that, “We try and ensure there is some way to change everything via the GUI, so you don’t have to resort to text configuration files. This reduces the barrier of entry for the more advanced users, and thus makes doing “advanced things” seem friendly. In fact, we have exposed almost every single configuration value E17 has via the GUI in one way or another.”
Bodhi Linux is a premier Enlightenment distribution gaining much attention and a swelling following in the Linux community these days, and it’s a prime example of just how efficient Enlightenment truly is. The minimum requirements to run Bodhi Linux are only: 300+MHz CPU, 128MB RAM and 2.5GB hard drive space.http://www.dailyflux.com/day-dawns-linu ... 17-stable/
Some cool screenshots of various desktops:http://www.bodhilinux.com/about_dotw.php