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. With this release, Jeff Hoogland informs Bodhi Linux users that the 32-bit PAE ISO images have been officially dropped, and it looks like Bodhi Linux 4.2.0 is available for download only as 64-bit and Legacy images. However, the developer said that 32-bit computers running Bodhi Linux are still supported, for now.
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