Moskha is a Sanskrit word that means “emancipation, liberation, or release”. It is the continuation of E17 DE, and it comes with some added features and enhancements that will enhance the end user's experience. The latest Bodhi Linux 3.1.0 with Moksha desktop by default has been released on August 11, 2015.Can you install moksha on Bodhi Linux 3.0?
Unfortunately, Existing Bodhi Linux 3.0.0 users will not be automatically moved to Moksha via system updates. However, you can easily install Moksha desktop on 3.0.0 using the following command: After installing Moksha, log out, choose the Moksha DE from the login menu, and have fun!!Can you make a donation to Moksha desktop?
If you are looking to make a monetary donation to the Moksha Desktop you can do so by using the Bodhi Donation Page. The extras are what make Moksha awesome! Find the source code for additional Moksha modules here. Moksha is currently only the default desktop on Bodhi Linux, but it is supported on all Linux based platforms.Which is the best explanation of the meaning of moksha?
Scholars provide various explanations of the meaning of moksha in epistemological and psychological senses. For example, Deutsche sees moksha as transcendental consciousness, the perfect state of being, of self-realization, of freedom and of "realizing the whole universe as the Self".