Category Archives: Linux

Bodhi Linux: a lightweight distro for old PCs

Bodhi Linux is a lightweight Linux distro based on the latest Ubuntu LTS release and featuring the Moksha Desktop. You can download three different ISO images: Standard: the platform standard for desktop and work station computers, suitable for 64bit Operating Systems Legacy: 32bit release that utilizes the older 3.2 Linux kernel AppPack: the standard version… Read More »

Install apps in various Linux distributions using Snaps

The basics Installing software in a Linux O.S. it’s equivalent to say install packages. To install packages there are various package managers. It’s a crucial component of Linux, in that it keeps track of everything installed; downloads packages; ensures all packages are installed in a common location; helps to upgrade packages; resolves dependencies; and keeps… Read More »