Took me a year or so. And not me doing it either. I just edited
what somebody else suggested. That one did not boot but my edited
version do boot on my computer. looks like this:
title Bodhi Linux using iso boot of Bodhi_1.2.1.iso
find --set-root --ignore-floppies --ignore-cd /bodhi_1.2.1.iso
kernel /casper/vmlinuz file=/cdrom/preseed/custom.seed boot=casper persistent iso-scan/filename=/bodhi_1.2.1.iso quiet splash --
Big surprise. I have used many many other suggested boot codes but this was the only version that booted on my computer so if you want
to use Bodhi and not have need for doing partition and full install then you can add this code to the grub4dos menu.lst
So you download the latest version and place it on C:/ or root as it is named in Linux. /mnt/home/ rather.
Then you extract the sub dir folder named casper and preseed and isolinux but I am not sure if that one really is needed. Test to not have it and add later if needed.
You maybe also need the ubuntu file that is there. Maybe it looks for it.
Anyway the biggest success is that Bodhi is very different.
It actually allow me to use leafpad to edit the meni.lst despite it
is on same ntfs that I boot from. Neither AntiX nor Archiso did allow that to happen although them booted and allow me to surf the internet.
So Bodhi is worth looking into if you like iso boot on ntfs.