The Bodhi Linux project published a new version, 4.3.0, this week and then quickly published a minor bug-fix release, version 4.3.1. The reason for the quick update was an issue in the default software repository configuration which affected users of Bodhi's Standard edition. "It seems like just yesterday that I was posting about Bodhi 4.3.0. Oh wait, it was just yesterday. In a friendly reminder that I am still human - we had a pretty major issue with one of the Bodhi 4.3.0 discs. Most issues we can simply patch via the package manager after the fact without releasing a new set of ISO images, but this issue was fairly unique. The new system was failing to add the official Bodhi repository to the installed system. Because of this I’ve published a set of discs with the 4.3.1 version number. You will only be affected by this issue if you installed Bodhi 4.3.0 using the Standard release." People who have already installed Bodhi Linux 4.3.0 can fix the issue themselves by adding the line "deb http://packages.bodhilinux.com/bodhi xenial b4main" to their /etc/apt/sources.list file.